Indexing bundle table
The operator folds the sleeve, aligning the hemmed or cuffed end and presents it to the presser foot. A photo cell senses the beginning edge, drops the presser foot and begins the sew cycle with an automatic backlatch. The electronic active edge guiding system controls the sleeve during sewing cycle, while the operator prepares the next sleeve. When the seam is completed, the machine stops, the thread chain is cut and the sleeve is stacked automatically.
Approximately 1080 short sleeves per hour
Approximately 1,260 long fleece sleeves per hour
Approximately 720 long jersey sleeves per hour
Production depends on material and size of parts.
Most overlock machines.