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Groz Beckert GB-DBXK5FG | Round Shank | Large Eye | Ball Point | Commercial Embroidery Needle | Chrome | 100/bx

Original price $23.75 - Original price $23.75
Original price
$23.75 - $23.75
Current price $23.75
Size: 70/10

These Groz-Beckert DBxK5 needles have a large eye with a medium ball point. They are great for high speed machine embroidery. FG/SUK, medium ball point needles are great for loose knits, stretchy fabric, elastic material, pull overs, lace, curtains, performance wear.
DBXK5 style needles are specifically designed for use in high performance commercial embroidery machines. Its main benefit is to reduce skipped stitches and thread breakage and to maximize protection of thread and fabric, as well as loop pick up.
  • Groz-Beckert DBxK5FG - Commercial Embroidery Needle
  • Chrome Needle
  • Commercial Round Shank
  • DB X K5 - Large Eye
  • FG/SUK - Medium Ball Point
  • 100 Needles Per Box

At Groz-Beckert, quality begins long before the production process. It plays a major role in the selection of materials. For this reason only carefully selected, internally defined special steel qualities find their way into the production process. Needles from Groz-Beckert deliver immaculate results even at very high embroidery speed and when using different materials and yarns. German engineering for your embroidery machine.

DBxK5 ChromeThe needle system DB x K5 has been specially designed for use in embroidery machines. Its use reduces skipped stitches and thread breakage, helps protect thread and material and ensures secure loop pick-up. Thanks to its special geometry, needle system DB x K5 displays higher resistance to deflection than other needle systems used in embroidery and stands up better to the high demands made by embroidery machines. The larger eye of the DB x K5 delivers further benefits by protecting thread and material, thus leading to less thread breakage and secure loop pick-up.

Ball Point: Ball point machine embroidery needles are designed to alleviate making holes in knit or loosely woven materials. The cross fibers which constitute the knit or loosely woven materials are relatively far apart as compared to those in tightly woven materials. When an embroidery needle with a standard "set" or "sharp" point encounters one of those fibers in penetrating the fabric, it cuts right through the fiber. This creates a hole in the fabric. The ball point needle pushes aside the fiber it encounters in penetration and thereby avoids making a damaging hole in the fabric. (It is also recommended to use the thinnest possible needle for a particular fabric)