"World's First" Home-Use Four-Needle Embroidery Machine
We've taken everything you love about Janome embroidery and quadrupled the capacity! With our four needle machine, you can set up your embroidery and move on to other projects while the MB-4 gets it done. The MB-4 is built to work with most embroidery formats, including those used by industry professionals. It is compatible with six industry-standard Tajima hoops, as well as the four available Janome hoops to further expand your creative opportunities.
Backlit LCD screen
Auto thread cutter
USB memory key compatible
ATA PC card port and USB port (Host) on RCS; USB port on MB-4
Compatible with Janome software
Embroidery speed up to 800spm
Built-in designs: 50
Monogramming: 2 & 3 letter
Expanded built-in memory
Change colors to favorite thread: Janome, Robison-Anton, Madeira, Mettler
Drag & Drop editing for easy placement
Embroidery design resize 80% - 120% by 1%
Rotate in 1 and 90 degree increments (clockwise / counter clockwise)
Flip vertically and horizontally
M1: 9.46" x 7.88" (240mm x 200mm)
M2: 5" x 4.3" (126mm x 110mm)
M3: 50mm x 50mm
Embroidery area tracing
MY SET screen controls for contrast, in/cm, designation, and other customization
Zoom in and out
Stitch-out time indicator
Upper thread and presser foot sensors
Manual thread tension control
Ball bearing precision
Start Your Own Embroidery Business
You love embroidery, and you’re good at it. You also want to work from home and set your own hours – all while fulfilling your creative potential. Why not start your own embroidery business? Janome offers machines and products that make it easy to fulfill your dream of owning your own business. Read on to see our tips and advice for getting started in this lucrative industry.
1. Choose the machine that is right for you
2. Digitizing Logos
4. Promote yourself
The MB-4 is the lightest, most compact multi-needle embroidery machine available. This means you can take your embroidery business with you. Promote yourself at local soccer games by making personalized t-shirts and sweatshirts and hats (yes ... there's a hoop for that); let your local businesses know you can put their company logo on shirts, bags, jackets and more; visit local trade shows or craft fairs; you could even do an event for a local clothing store: "Buy a Pair of Jeans, Get Free Pocket Embroidery" - the store owner gets a great promotion and you get visibility. The list goes on and on; the MB-4 makes it all possible.
You'll also want to create business cards with your contact information and pass them out freely. Develop a website or blog so customers can find information about your services online. Start an email ist, and send potential customers information on a regular basis; you may include gift ideas or promotional pricing in these emails.