Toyota ESP 9100

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The Toyota ESP 9100 is a single-head, 15-needle embroidery machine manufactured from around 2008-2012. It features a 270 degree cap system, thread break sensor and modular networking. Replacing the Toyota ESP 9000, the Toyota ESP 9100 incorporated USB, LAN and serial ports. The Toyota ESP 9100 is very similar to the second-generation Tajima NEO, commonly called the NEO 2. The Toyota ESP 9100 reads .dst format files (same as Tajima).

Toyota ESP 9000 Specifications

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  • Sewing Speed: up to 1200 stitches per minute
  • Stitching Area: 360(Y) x 500(X) mm 14 11/16(Y) x 19 11/16(X) inches
  • Memory Capacity: 650,000 stitches (or up to 99 designs)
  • Dimensions: 820(H) x 745(W) x 720(D) mm
  • Weight: 82 Kg 180.6 lbs
  • Pitch: 0.1 ~ 12.7mm
  • Machine Motor: AC Servo
  • Embroidery Frame Motor: AC Servo
  • Functions: Thread Break Sensor | Bobbin Counter | Pattern rotate and mirror | Pattern repeat | Move hoop (offset) | Pattern Trace | Memory backup during power interruption


Model Heads Needles EMB Space / Head Max SPM Pwr Cons. Years
ESP 9000 1 15 14" x 19.5" 1200 220 watts 2005-2008
ESP 9100 1 15 14" x 19.5" 1200 220 watts 2008-2010


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