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Tajima Tajima

Tajima Tajima sewing machine.
Specifications  
Sewing Area: 508mm (20.00") x 355mm (13.98")
Needle Type:
Bobbin Type: Style M
Read Formats: DST 
Please message us if you have additional info on this machine.

Earlier models may require paper tape or cassette format.

Sandra D.

What is a fair price for a used Tajima TEMX-C1501. Seller purchased this used, stored it for 5 years and went unused, offering no warranty. She’s including software Wilcom E3.0. Seller is asking $10k offering to take a percentage of future sales until machine is paid off.

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Jeanne E.

Hi Sandra,

Unfortunately, we don't have information on selling prices for used machines. But here is a link to the contact page for the Tajima website. They should be able to give you pricing information. https://mail.tajima.com/homepage/webmailform.nsf/i... You could also check Ebay, and see what these machines are selling for on there. Also, if anyone who is reading this has suggestions, that would be great as well. Have a great day!

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Sandra D.

What is a fair price for a used Tajima TEMX-C1501. Seller purchased this used, stored it for 5 years and went unused, offering no warranty. She’s including software Wilcom E3.0. Seller is asking $10k offering to take a percentage of future sales until machine is paid off.

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Jeanne E.

Hi Sandra,

Thanks for reaching out to embroidery.com! Our company sells mainly embroidery supplies. Unfortunately, we don't have information on selling prices for used machines. But here is a link to the contact page for the Tajima website. They should be able to give you pricing information. https://mail.tajima.com/homepage/webmailform.nsf/i...

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Jared S.

I am having trouble finding a USB drive that will read on this machine. Is there a trick that someone knows to get them to work? The old ones I have from way back work fine but they are old and one has broken on me...and the new ones I get for it wont read on the machine. Anyone figured this out and maybe I just haven't thought about it?

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Heather B.

Hi, Jared. Thanks for the question. Perhaps others can chime in with more suggestions, but my thought is that your older USB sticks probably had a fairly small memory in comparison to the 1 GB or more in size USB sticks that are available these days. Try putting in one of your old USB sticks into your computer and go into the properties to see how large it is. When you purchase a new USB stick, you'll want to get one that same size. Also, be sure to format the USB stick on your computer once you have purchased it.

I hope this helps.

~Heather
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