With over 80,000 line items in stock, we pride ourselves on providing fast and accurate delivery for all of our customers. We work closely with sewing manufacturers to ensure inventory replenishment is at its highest possible level. With multiple stock and shipping locations, we’re able to service customers around the globe.
Call us to start an order for your commercial or industrial sewing application today.
We are most notably a New Equipment distributor, but there are times where we have lightly used equipment available for purchase. Contact the equipment department at email@example.com for questions related to new and used machinery.
MJ Foley Company offers a wide variety of OEM products including special made equipment for more difficult processes. Our staff of application experts and engineers is working daily on creating custom solutions for your cut/sew needs.
For information on CNC programmable stitching equipment options, please contact MJ Foley Company to set up an appointment. Or call 1-586-948-6070 and the operator will direct your call to and equipment expert.
We do, yes! We carry the simple variable speed motor and controls for manual feature machine including options of 110 volt, 220 volt, 3/4hp and 1hp. Please contact us for questions on your servo motor options!
For full function machines (thread trimmers, foot lift, back tack, high walk, etc.) you’ll want to match up the correct motor and controls package to your machine. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about motors.
Depending on your machine model number, we do have options, yes. You’ll want to discuss with an expert which models you have for a recommendation to be made.
MJ Foley Company represents the best OEM manufacturers of equipment around the globe. We have hundreds of different models available to choose from that fit your needs best. Including, long arm machinery.
We supply equipment to end users small and large. Some are resellers, yes. Please contact email@example.com for information.
These are two different types of stitch formation. Most common for a variety of reasons is the lockstitch; which uses a bobbin.