Some older Brother sewing machines use 3.5 inch floppy disks.
Normally these floppies cannot be read or written directly by computer but you have to use Brother’s FD300.
In this video tutorial I will introduce you to our floppy disk drive for Brother sewing machines.
Our “floppy box” connects to the computer via a USB cable.
The “box floppy” together with the “box floppy software”, allow us to read and write the stitching programs in the diskettes of these machines:
BAS341A, BAS342A, BAS326A, BAS311A, BAS304A, BAS341, BAS304, BAS311, BAS326, BAS364, BAS366, BAS370, BAS375.
Read a program, this can be saved on the computer, it can be rewritten on another floppy disk or it can be copied to a USB memory for emulator.
The software can also read EMB format stitch files from the Brother PS-300B software and can read and process DXF files.