Barudan

Barudan” was conceived in Japan by Mr. Yoshio Shibata in 1959. He developed the first embroidery machine and formed the base for the modern embroidery industry.

In 1962, Mr. Yoshio Shibata, founder of Barudan Co., Ltd, introduced the first embroidery machine to the Japanese market. Since then, many updates and technological leaps in both machine design and performance have been done. They developed different types of machines for the customize solution such as Single Head Embroidery Machines, Simplified Computerized Embroidery Machines, Multi-Head Computerized Embroidery Machines, Combination Embroidery Machines, Special Application Embroidery Machines and Sequin Model.

For instance, in 1972, Barudan developed the first jump system that enabled a significant increase in stitch length to be sewn. In that year we saw the market development and sale of embroidery machines with automatic colour change system.
In 1977, Barudan developed the world’s first multi-head computerized high-speed embroidery machine. In 1981, we produced the first monogram machine that allows Chinese and Japanese characters to be sewn.

The decade of the 80s was mainly dedicated to the development of computerized machine functions. In 1996, Barudan developed an ultra high-speed embroidery machine of 1,200 revolutions per minute (“rpm”).

In order to cater to the worldwide demand of “Barudan”, companies over the globe have been set up to meet the need of our customers over the last 4 decades.

Barudan’s mission is to provide top-quality, effective and reliable embroidery machines and services in order to develop, support and enhance the interest, status and value of all our partners in the embroidery field.

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www.barudan.co.jp/index_e.html

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