What are industrial sewing machines?
Unlike domestic sewing machines, which you are probably more familiar with, industrial sewing machines are developed and constructed with extreme precision and care for continuous production of sewn goods such as clothes, home textile products, industrial textile products, and so on.
As a result, there are many various types of sewing machines to accommodate a wide range of sewed objects and sewing procedures. Industrial sewing machines, despite their unfamiliar appearance, are necessary equipment for your daily life and contribute to society.
Industrial sewing machines are designed to run at a faster speed to achieve increased productivity, especially in mass production. High-end industrial sewing machines are outfitted with cutting-edge technology to ensure consistent manufacturing of higher-quality clothing. Attaching various deskilling and labor-saving devices that automate and standardize manual tasks can improve quality and productivity even more.
High-grade industrial sewing machines use precision-processed parts, a professional production process, and a cutting-edge quality control system. Industrial overlock machines can sew at speeds of up to 8,000 stitches per minute. Each portion must grab sewing threads to complete clean seaming at such a high speed. To do this, crucial components of those machines are designed to pass each other with practically zero clearance every 7/1000 seconds. The quality of those critical components is defined and managed down to the micrometer level. High-precision parts, expert production, and a quality control system enable high-speed operation for increased productivity.
For superior quality garments, high-grade industrial sewing machines are equipped with a variety of technology. It is critical to avoid oil stains on sewing machines to retain the quality of textile goods. However, due to fabric interactions, various movable pieces such as needle bars and looper mechanisms must be revealed.
The stitch qualities that are required vary depending on the garment product. Active Thread Control creates perfect seams across a wide range of fabrics. It can support a wide range of seams, including soft and stretchy seams as well as tight seams.
Professional labor skills
For quality and productivity improvement, industrial sewing machines can be equipped with various deskilling and labor-saving equipment. Many craftspeople prefer to work with hefty materials. Most home equipment, on the other hand, can’t tolerate heavy use of these materials because it wears them out.
You should be able to grab any material and go right to work with an industrial sewing machine without fear of damaging it. One thing to keep in mind when working with heavy-duty materials is that one foot does not fit all. Make sure you’re using the appropriate foot and thread for the job. If you’re having trouble using heavy-duty materials, the issue is usually with the accessories or materials rather than the machine.