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Mattress tufting machines

provide the technique of holding the contents of a mattress together to keep the layers or materials from shifting or bunching. This manufacturing method is used on futon mattresses as well as older style mattresses with materials such as cotton, feathers and other natural and synthetic fibers and layers. Compressing the mattress before installing the tufts makes the tufting consistent and less work for the operator.



Quilted mattress panels

may be used with the pattern supplying points of insertion for the tufts. Using a specific design or pattern, a string or mattress tape is pushed through the bed using a large mattress tufting needle that goes all the way through the mattress. A retaining object such as mattress tufting button, rosette or felt washer is attached on the opposite side of the mattress. The string or tape is then pulled back through and another retaining object is attached to the insertion side. When all tufts are applied, the mattress is then uncompressed and ready for use.



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Tufting Index

Mattress Tufting Machine

1319

Mattress Tufting Machine

Auto-Tuft & Scroll Quilting

1365

Auto-Tuft & Scroll Quilting

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Notice: Contents subject to change…[more] Change Notice:

All content contained herein is subject to change without notice. Atlanta Attachment Company reserves the right to make changes, modifications, additions, corrections or deletions. Atlanta Attachment Company may terminate, change, suspend or discontinue any product in this catalog, including the availability of any products, at any time. Every effort is made to keep products up-to-date but due to the nature of printed media, changes may only be available online or by contacting your sales representative.

All materials contained herein are additionally protected by United States copyright law and may not be used, disclosed, reproduced, distributed, published or sold without the express written consent of Atlanta Attachment, which consent may be withheld in Atlanta Attachment’s sole discretion. You may not alter or remove any copyright, trademark or other notice from copies of these materials.

Atlanta Attachment Company, AAC, Atlanta Parts Depot, “Sudden Service”, Sewing Automation, individually and when used in combination are registered trademarks of Atlanta Attachment Company.

© 2014 Atlanta Attachment Company. All rights reserved.