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Your Stitching has value. With Merrow's Stitch Lab you have the power to ensure that it won't be compromised while being sewn. Our stitch Lab will sew off your material the way you need it with the stitch you want on your customized Merrow Machine. Send us a stitch sample and your material: we'll sew it and have it back to you in 14 days.

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"With Merrow I created a new stitch for my Outdoor Apparel mid-weight line, it's awesome! We were able to develop the stitch and move into production in less than six weeks. The service is unequalled. "

- Rob Nadler, Ragged Mountain CEO

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Structural Stitch for Netting and Mesh

The MG-3DGE-7 sews a three-thread structural overlock seam on netting and mesh with loosely spaced webbing. The stitch is applied using a fabric handling system that incorporates a wheel foot which eliminates the hazard of catching between the web while material is being fed. The MG-3DGE-7 is commonly used for athletic netting such as lacrosse and hockey nets, and sews a 5/32" wide secure stitch at 5500 RPM.

The MG-3DGE-7 completely and securely wraps only the web, making the stitch nearly impervious to impact or pulling. At a standard width of 5/32", even the heaviest nets can be sewn with the MG-3DGE-7, yet it is frequently used for lighter mesh such as those used in ball carrying totes and laundry bags.

Structural Overlock for Mesh Laundry Bags

The Structural Overlock Seam for laundry bags does an exceptional job of wrapping the closed part of mesh web. With Merrow's variety of mesh fabric handling systems, the stitch will secure all weights of raschel and tricot netting.

  • SPEED: 5500 SPM
  • STITCH WIDTH: 5/32"
  • MATERIAL: Nylon Mesh, Polyester Mesh