Docu seam system (with needle feed + differentiable wheel feed and roller presser)
Quality assurance system for the production of safety-relevant seams
In the field car interior the machine is very applicative for seams which have small radii at the formed parts
Automatical thread-tension device and real-time monitoring of thread force (stitch by stitch)
Skip stitch recognition inside and outside of documented seams
Electronic thread tension adjustment (no manual adjustment necessary)
Sewing head recognition
Operation of all functions with touch-screen
Free label design
Programmable stitch length (in each seam sector)
Scanner for thread and label control
- Additional Images
Max. Stitch Length: 5mm
Stitch Type: 301
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