Welcome Amaya Users!
from the AmayaUsers.com team and welcome to the ultimate independent
resource for owners of Melco's Amaya and Amaya XT Embroidery
Machines! We encourage you to browse
the website and participate in our lively discussion boards where we
cover Tips, Tricks, Troubleshooting, Information, Suppliers and
a whole lot more.
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items. In the process, we changed where things are located so
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Madeira Thread on AMAYA Machines
has released instructions for using Madeira thread (both 1000 meter
and 5000 meter cones) on the AMAYA embroidery machine in Adobe
PDF Format. Requires you have
Adobe Acrobat Reader installed.
Madeira PDF Instructions (456k)
MelcoMart Closes - Diverts Business to Madiera
MelcoMart has closed it's embroidery supply business - and is
diverting users to the Madeira USA website. Melco will
continue to sell, service and supply parts for its embroidery
machines thru ShopMelco. Madeira USA will take over the sales and fulfillment
of embroidery thread and supplies and supply thread for new
embroidery machines shipping from Melco. It would appear (to
the dismay of many AmayaUsers that ARC thread is going away as the
Madeira site gives users a conversion chart rather than offering
ARC. For those looking to change thread suppliers, we also
recommend looking into AmannUSA
who sells the popular Isacord brand.
New Design Shop
Version 9 Released - How To Upgrade
to Melco, beginning Feb 1, new machines will begin shipping with the
latest version of Design Shop - Version 9. For existing users,
bought version 7 as of January 2008, you are eligible for an upgrade
to v9. Melco will not contact you though. You will need to contact
Melco Mart to request the upgrade.
Information & Discussion Here
Amaya Cap Hooping Instructional Video
big thanks go out to Herb Acree for taking time to share his skills
with all of us here at AmayaUsers. Herb along with Sharon &
Rod Springer took time to video Herb hooping caps to instruct all of
us who seem to have problem in this area.
Watch The Video Now
Announces Compact Embroidery Machine - EP4
Embroidery Systems proudly announces a new machine for the
embroidery market. The Melco EP4 is a compact, lightweight
four-needle embroidery machine that is extremely user-friendly. This
new machine is perfect for shops with limited space or for larger
companies that need to sew test designs. The Melco EP4 is also
durable and always operates smoothly. Different hoops snap in and
out of the machine with ease and selecting a hoop is as easy as
looking at the LCD screen and choosing the hoop you are working
Customer Support Announced!
Support and Service now has a toll free number for customers
to use when in need of help with their Melco Products...
(877) 840-5829. The old service number is currently
available but will eventually be phased out and direct customers to
the toll free line.
New OS / Design
A new version of the
OS / Design Shop has been released. Current Version is now
7.00.056. Be sure to check with your sales rep to see if you
are eligible to receive this update.
Embroidery Systems announces AMAYA XT
Melco combined customer feedback with industry demands and created a
solution that will revolutionize the embroidery industry. Melco
Embroidery Systems proudly announces the new AMAYA XT embroidery
machine and operating system. Melco combined customer feedback with
industry demands and created a solution that will revolutionize the
The new AMAYA XT now has the smallest cylindrical arm with new cap
frame and cap driver allowing for the largest cap sewing field in
the industry. This also allows for sewing small areas such as
pockets, children's, garments, golf club covers, and a wider variety
of caps and visors.
The AMAYA XT OS (operating system) can still be used with a single
head machine or a multi-head up to 30 embroidery machines through
networking by Ethernet. When any single event occurs, such as a
thread break, bobbin change, or hoop change, every head in the
configuration comes to a stop.
With AMAYA each head operates independently so an individual head
never stops the production of the remainder of heads. AMAYA is
uninterrupted by thread breaks and uninterrupted by component
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