Bobbin Thread with 30.000m

BobbinNext 180

Packing
Threads Color
P.V.P. Un.P.V.P. Un.
Qty.Qty.
 
30.000m Cone
White
7,65€
30.000m Cone
Preto
9,90€

Packing: 30.000m Cone

Threads Color: White

7,65€

Packing: 30.000m Cone

Threads Color: Preto

9,90€
BobbinNext - Bobbin thread specially developed for embroidery

Often overlooked, bobbin thread is essential for embroidery as it results from the balance between the upper and lower threads. Many users underestimate the importance of a good quality bobbin thread in their embroidery work. BobbinNext thread has been specifically designed to ensure exceptional embroidery quality.

BobbinNext is a fine, soft but tear-resistant bobbin thread. Due to the special treatment, it is free from the ‘hairs’ that sometimes characterise ordinary bobbin thread and can affect the tension adjustment of the bobbin. Made from long filament microfibres, it has high resistance due to the quality of the spinning. It is thinner to make the most of the machine's working time, provides excellent quality and is the guarantee of very demanding embroideries.

Here is some technical information and useful advice:

For technical and efficiency reasons, the bobbin thread should be as thin as possible; too thick a thread can lead to more frequent thread breaks.

It is crucial to keep bobbin cases clean and replace them every 1,000 hours of operation due to wear and tear and the inability to maintain tension settings accurately.

The use of bobbin thread is around 3 metres per 1,000 stitches, although this varies depending on the length of the stitch, the density and thickness of the fabric and the tension of the thread.

To assess the tension, examine the back of the embroidery: ideally, in a zig-zag, one third of the visible thread should be bobbin thread, ensuring that it doesn't protrude from the front. If the bobbin thread is visible at the top edges of the embroidery, this may indicate that the upper thread tension is too tight or that the bobbin thread tension is too loose.

Take the full bobbin case by the thread end and leave it hanging to check the tension (place a hand underneath so it doesn't fall to the ground). If the bobbin case moves down a few centimetres and stops, the tension is correct. If it doesn't move, the bobbin thread is too tight. If it falls to the ground, it's because it's too loose (and you forgot to put your hand underneath to hold it).

Available in 30,000 metre cones in White and Black Colors.
Technical specifications:
 
  • Thickness 180;
  • Special cinnamon thread for embroidery;
  • Greater resistance;
  • Higher yield;
  • Cones with 30,000 metres of thread;
  • Available in white and black;
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