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[[File:Large_cap_system.jpg|right|thumb|alt=270 degree cap system|270 degree cap system with cap frame and cap pantograph]]
[[File:Large_cap_system.jpg|right|thumb|alt=270 degree cap system|270 degree cap system with cap frame and cap pantograph]]
A 270 cap system allows for embroidery on the surface of caps up to a maximum of 270 degrees. This system allows a user to embroider both the front and sides of the cap simultaneously without the need to re-hoop the cap and sew out a separate design. Two types (adult or child) are available for wide cap frames. The 270 degree cap system can extend from one ear to the other ear covering the front of the cap.
A 270 cap system allows for embroidery on the surface of caps up to a maximum of 270 degrees. This system allows a user to embroider both the front and sides of the cap without the need to re-hoop the cap and sew out a separate design. Two types (adult or child) are available for wide cap frames. The 270 degree cap system can extend from one ear to the other ear covering the front of the cap.


[[File:270_cap_system.jpg|right|thumb|alt=270 degree cap system|270 degree cap system ready to embroider]]
[[File:270_cap_system.jpg|right|thumb|alt=270 degree cap system|270 degree cap system ready to embroider]]


Nowadays, the 270 degree cap system is standard. Prior to the 270 cap system becoming standard,  cap systems could only embroider on the front of the cap and not the sides.  
Nowadays, the 270 degree cap system is standard. Prior to the 270 cap system becoming standard,  cap systems could only embroider on the front of the cap (not the sides).  





Revision as of 19:19, 10 October 2013

270 degree cap system
270 degree cap system with cap frame and cap pantograph

A 270 cap system allows for embroidery on the surface of caps up to a maximum of 270 degrees. This system allows a user to embroider both the front and sides of the cap without the need to re-hoop the cap and sew out a separate design. Two types (adult or child) are available for wide cap frames. The 270 degree cap system can extend from one ear to the other ear covering the front of the cap.

270 degree cap system
270 degree cap system ready to embroider

Nowadays, the 270 degree cap system is standard. Prior to the 270 cap system becoming standard, cap systems could only embroider on the front of the cap (not the sides).



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