SEWING MACHINE

sewing machine

sewing process is use for joint two fabric, leather and polymer.its very old method to joining fabric but change the tool to timely.

BRAND OF SEWING MACHINE
Classification Of sewing machine 

AUTOMATION BY
.Fully- automatic sewing machine
.Semi-automatic sewing machine
.Hand operated sewing
NO.  OF NEEDLE BY
.Single needle sewing machine
.Double needle sewing machine
.Multi needle sewing  

APPLICATION BY

 Lockstitch sewing machine 
A needle thread and bobbin thread are threaded through every needle. The front fabric and back fabric are stitched in the same way. Lock stitches are formed by two sets of thread named needle thread and bobbin thread. 
Juki             -(DDL・DLU・DLN・DLM・DMN・DLD)(1)
JACK          -( A6F, A5, A5-W,  A4, A3, A2S, A2, F4, 58420J, 5559G, 2030/2060G, H5)(1)
BROTHER -(NEXIO S-7300A, S-7250A, S-7220C, S-7100A, SL-777B)(1)
Blind stitch
A blind stitch is a variant geometry of the zigzag stitch. It is also called a "blind hem". It is composed the same way as a zigzag, except that the individual zig-zag pairs are each separated by several straight stitches. Its purpose is to create a nearly invisible hem: because only the zigzags penetrate to the visible side of the material, minimizing their number minimizes their visibility.
Zigzag stitching machine
A zigzag stitch is variant geometry of the lockstitch. It is a back-and-forth stitch used where a straight stitch will not suffice, such as in reinforcing buttonholes, in stitching stretchable fabrics, and in temporarily joining two work pieces edge-to-edge.   

Coverstitch machine OR sergers

The coverstitch machine has only one looper to thread, while sergers possess two. Serger machines invariably feature two cutting knives which trim uneven fabric edges as you stitch, creating an even working area, while a coverstitch machine has none.





Chainstitch machine
A Chain Stitch machine a type of sewing and embroidery machine used to stitch looped stitches to form a chain-like sequence
Over lock sewing machine Coverstitch machine OR sergers

The coverstitch machine has only one looper to thread, while sergers possess two. Serger machines invariably feature two cutting knives which trim uneven fabric edges as you stitch, creating an even working area, while a coverstitch machine has none.
 Chainstitch machine
A Chain Stitch machine a type of sewing and embroidery machine used to stitch looped stitches to form a chain-like sequence
Over lock sewing machine
Overlock sewing machines usually run at high speeds, from 1000 to over 9000 rpm, and most are used in industry for edging, hemming and seaming a variety of fabrics and products. Overlock stitches are extremely versatile, as they can be used for decoration, reinforcement, or construction.
 Button sewing machine
Buttonholing sewing machine 
Bartacking machine 
Shape-tacking machine 
Post-bed sewing machine
Long arm sewing machine
Computer-controlled cycle machine 


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