Studio Auriga has a specialised division in the procurement of high quality threads and accessories for industrial embroidery.
These include, in particular, extra long fibre pure Makò cotton, Oeko Tex
certified, and wool, both produced in Italy by Aurifil, a company
specialised in the production of high quality natural threads and longtime
partner of Studio Auriga Group.
Additionally, this department also markets metallic, Polyester, Rayon
threads, Invisible nylon, Under thread, Water soluble thread.
The offer also includes Düzey sequins, Durabeads, and lastly embroidery stabiliser materials.
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Aurifil Makò cotton is a very high quality thread. Its extra long fibre (35 mm), combined with the special finishing processes, results in strong, long-lasting, richly-coloured threads, for high quality final embroidery. This special production process almost entirely eliminates dusty residues during embroidery, reducing the time required for machine cleaning and maintenance.
Thanks to the many decades of partnership with Japanese company Nakamura Shoji Co. Ltd, at the Studio Auriga Threads and accessories division is available the widest range of metallic threads currently available on the market to meet all embroidery and finishing needs, while assuring high quality performance on any type of fabric.
Thanks to the many decades of partnership with Japanese company Nakamura Shoji Co. Ltd, at the Studio Auriga Threads and accessories division is available the widest range of metallic threads to meet all embroidery and finishing needs, while assuring high quality performance on any type of fabric.
Thanks to the many decades of partnership with Japanese company Nakamura Shoji Co. Ltd, at the Studio Auriga Threads and accessories division is available the widest range of metallic threads to meet all embroidery and finishing needs.
Produced by Korean company Chonbang Co. LTD., Royal Rayon 120 d/2 embroidery thread is a two-strand twisted viscose thread, particularly recommended when you want especially shiny and bright embroidery that is pleasant to the touch.
This type of thread comes in a range of 495 colours in the 5000 m cone format.
Durabeads are an exclusive superior quality product, specific for Tajima embroidery machines. Produced by Toho Beads, a Japanese company specialising in this sector for three generations, and prepared on rolls by partner company Durak, these special beads are well-known internationally for their quality and uniqueness, the result of special craftsmanship.
Heat-sensitive gauze stabiliser is a Viscose embroidery backing material offering very high performance, thanks to which complex and dense embroidery can be created. When the embroidery is finished, the Heat-sensitive gauze stabiliser can be destroyed by exposure to heat (at a temperature of 160° for 60 seconds). This procedure avoids having to cut-finish the embroidery, as the backing is completely removed.
Auribond TNT is a permanent “non-woven” embroidery backing obtained from polypropylene filaments. Auribond TNT is applied with heat, without the use of chemical bonds. Also, this material features high tensile strength, resistance to tearing and stitching. Auribond TNT comes in 100m-long and 180cm-wide rolls.
Water-soluble felt is a non-permanent embroidery backing made of 100% PVA. This material is recommended for creating voluminous 3D embroidery and, after the embroidery stage, it can be removed by simply washing in water at 40° for a few minutes.
Trick Film is a non-permanent heat-soluble film used as backing during embroidery. Generally this film is placed under the fabric to be embroidered, against the rough part to create friction and prevent the film from moving while embroidering.
Melt-tex 100 thermo-adhesive film is used to set the embroidered pattern after ironing. Melt-tex 100 is generally placed on the back of the embroidery with the side protected by paper facing outwards.The film is then fixed to the pattern by ironing or in a heat press machine. Temperature and exposure time vary based on what procedure is used.
353 spray adhesive is an ecological can of adhesive vapour used to embroider fabric placed on a work surface. With this material the fabric is fixed to the work surface and it is ideal for embroidery that cannot be done on a hoop due to the size or type of material (e.g. velvet). Only the support is framed and the fabric is temporarily glued for embroidering.