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Allied wood embroidery hoops, frames are engineered to provide superior grip when hooping wide range of thin to thick fabrics. One natural characteristics of wood is its grained texture which enables more effective hooping of most articles & fabrics. This characteristic is also great for framing slippery fabrics such as satins and silks, as well as for thicker jackets that may be difficult to hoop tautly using regular plastic hoops.
Allied wooden embroidery frames are available in "single height" (SH) and "double height" (DH). This is designated by SH or DH in the Allied Item Numbers below (e.g. AWH-000000-SH-BAR-380). The added thickness of double height wooden hoops provides additional surface area to hold fabric tautly. This is extremely advantageous when framing very thick articles.
Allied’s wide range of Barudan wooden embroidery hoops includes specialty shapes and sizes such as hoops for long and narrow embroidery designs on sleeves of long-sleeved shirts, pant legs, etc. Beyond Allied's currently available hoop sizes, if you need custom-sized wooden hoops in larger quantities, please contact us providing details of your specific requirements.
How Allied Wooden Hoops Are Sized | What Do We Mean By Hoop Thickness?
In addition to Barudan wooden embroidery frames, Allied also offers a large number of Grid-Lock™ plastic Barudan embroidery hoops in a variety of shapes and sizes. The unique features of Allied Grid-Lock™ frames make them the most preferred hoops in the world for machine embroidery. For more information about the features of Allied Grid-Lock™ hoops, click here: Allied GridLock™ Hoop Advantages. To find Allied plastic embroidery hoops for your machine, use the navigation links on the left under the PLASTIC GRID-LOCK™ section.
Choosing the right Allied wooden embroidery hoops for your Barudan tubular embroidery machine:
In many cases, Allied offers separate hoops designed to fit on different Arm Spacing (AS) distances, measured in mm. The AS distance is designated by the last three digits of the Allied Item Number found in the first column of the grid below (e.g. AWH-000000-DH-BAR-380).
For more information on this, click here: What Do We Mean by Arm Spacing (AS) Distance? ("Arm Spacing" is also refered to as "Sewing Field" by some embroiderers). Please select your hoops based on the desired AS distance for your machine.
The most common Arm Spacing (AS) set-up used on Barudan industrial tubular embroidery machines is 380 mm (approx. 14.75")
Some machine models allow a wider AS setting for a larger embroidery field of 520 mm (approx 20.25")
Barudan tubular embroidery machines have two different versions of bracket (clip) designs. EFP style brackets are used with older machines, and QS style brackets are used with newer machines. To determine which style your machine uses, click here. EFP version hoops have item numbers ending in EFP, and QS version hoops have item numbers ending in QS.
For hoop adjustment screws and other accessories, click here: Screws and Accessories for Allied Wooden Hoops
Allied wooden embroidery hoops for commercial Barudan embroidery machines work on the following machine models:
Elite XLII (BEVT-Z901 CAII), Elite Pro II (BEVT-Z1501CBII), C01 (BEVT-Z1501 CII), BEXY-Z1502C, BEXY-Z1504C, BEXY-Z1506C, BEXY-Z1508C, BEXY-Z1508C/520, BEXS-Z1512C, BEXS-Z1515C, Elite, BENT Series, BEVT Series, BEVY Series, BEXY Series, BEXS Series, BEVS Series, BEDT Series, Prosperity Plus (BEAT Series), BEDY Series, BEDS Series, BENY Series, BENS Series, BENB Series, BENR Series & more