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CAMFive manufactures different types of Laser Cutting and Engraving Machines. We have a Laser Cutter and Engraver for every purpose and industry; machines with different workspaces, cylindrical item engravers, worktables that rise and fall, double interchangeable tables, lasers with conveyors, automatic worktables, double CO2 laser tubes, Fiber Optic Laser Cutters and Engravers, Compact Laser Cutter and Engravers, in CO2 technology we use different powers that range from 80w up to 150w and in Fiber Optics we have powers starting at 500w up to 4000w. As you can see, we have a wide selection to choose from, and below this text there are 6 banners that you can click on that will help you find the best Cutter/Engraver for your needs.We have Specialized laser cutting and engraving machines for wood, acrylic, leather, fabric, foam, rubber, metal, cork, glass among other materials.

  • Part 1
    Unboxing the embroidery machine and its accessories.
  • Part 2
    Assembling the stand and placing the machine.
  • Part 3
    Assembling the top thread panel
  • Part 4
    Threading the on the front panel.
  • Part 5
    Pulling the tied-off thread through the panels.
  • Part 6
    Threading the spools on the front thread panel.
  • Part 7
    An external overview and summary of the embroidery machine.
  • Part 8
    Installing and threading the bobbin into the bobbin case.
  • Part 9
    An overview of the embroidery frames.
  • Part 10
    An overview of the hat frame system, and hat hooping accessory.
  • Part 11
    The toolbox, tools, replacement parts, and the machine table.
  • Part 12
    Installing and adjusting the metal frame arms for different sized hoops.
  • Part 13
    Adjusting the hoop size and properly hooping fabric with stabilizer.
  • Part 14
    Installing and adjusting the metal hat frame for hat embroidery.
  • Part 15
    Properly hooping a hat with the hat hooping system.
  • Part 16
    Placing the hooped hat onto the hat frame, and preparing for embroidery.