Organ needles While the needle is the least expensive component in any embroidery or
While the needle is the least expensive component in any embroidery or sewing
machine, it is the most important. High quality, ORGAN
needles designed in cooperation with the machine builders assure maximum
performance, quality, and economy.
ORGAN needles are manufactured from special
high carbon, silicon rich steel. We use the latest state-of-the-art production
techniques to insure high polished eyes for dependable, smoother stitches,
consistent quality, and fewer thread breaks.
The Organ Needle Company works closely with all of Japan's sewing machine
builders to design and manufacturer needles for optimal performance. A machine
builder cannot afford to buy an inferior needle at any price!
The price quoted is for a pack of 100 needles.
The COOL-SEW (CS) finish was developed to alleviate needle problems resulting
from the following situations:
(1) Heat Buildup in penetration of synthetic, chemically treated, or very dense
(2) Materials or residue sticking to the needle surface or in eye
(3) Excessive sewing thread breakage due to friction in the eye
As a needle penetrates synthetic, chemically treated or very dense materials a
great deal of friction may develop. The needle may get so hot as to actually
melt or fuse the sewn material along the seam. The needle's heat may melt the
synthetic sewing thread. When the machine stops, the melted residue may stick to
the needle surfaces as it cools.
The nature of some materials makes them rather "sticky." Materials such as
rubber, foam, and synthetic fillers stick to surfaces with which they make
contact. They may stick to needles which penetrate through them, even at
relative slow sewing speeds. The result may cause undesirable stitch appearances
as these materials push through or pull up trough needle holes.
Synthetic threads often have a higher friction coefficient than natural fiber
threads such as cotton. Passing through the eye of the needle increases, the
heat of the needles rises, often to temperatures which will melt the synthetic
sewing thread causing it to break.
Chemical coatings or treatments of threads and materials may cause troublesome
sewing problems. Bonded layers, waterproofing, dyes, starches, adhesive, sizing,
or other alterations to any fibers may result in needle heat-buildup, sticking
problems, excessive thread breakage, and clogged needle eyes.
The COOL-SEW finish needle's surfaces, even in the eye, are resistant to
sticking. Its non-sticking finish has a very low friction coefficient which
prevents excessive buildup and its resulting problems. Few, if any, material
stick to the surfaces of COOL-SEW needles.
When COOL-SEW needles are used under conditions described above you can
expect neater stitches, less sewing thread breakage, less puckered stitches, low
downtime, less defects, and increased productivity.
COOL-SEW needles are ideal for sewing through vinyl, synthetics,
chemically treated materials, glued materials, rubberized goods, nylon, foam,
dense material, and with synthetic threads.
*Number in ( ) are the sizes available for this option.