In­ter­na­tional To Display New Era of Digi­flex Tech­nol­ogy at GTE

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Brother In­ter­na­tional will be bring­ing a wide range of ma­chines to its booth at the up­com­ing ex­hi­bi­tion Gar­ment Tech­nol­ogy Expo 2018. Their Digi­flex se­ries has re­ceived a very pos­i­tive re­sponse from the in­dus­try as its tech­nol­ogy has proved to be very re­li­able in en­hanc­ing pro­duc­tiv­ity and ef­fi­ciency. With its pulse mo­tor feed­ing mech­a­nism, the ma­chine en­hances pro­duc­tiv­ity. Apart from this, it has a two-way thread trim­mer which re­duces the trim­ming of the re­main­ing thread and also bird’s nests. Its au­to­matic bump sen­sor helps in pro­vid­ing even stitches. The USP of the ma­chine is its LCD touch panel which im­proves trou­bleshoot­ing, op­er­abil­ity and pro­duc­tion man­age­ment sup­port.

With the new hook shut­tle, the sewing range can be ex­panded. As far as nee­dle break­age pre­ven­tion is con­cerned, it comes in-built within the ma­chine. Digi­flex Feed is a di­rect elec­tronic feed con­trol, mean­ing that it has an elec­tronic steer­ing feed mo­tion that en­ables the ma­chines to move in a par­tic­u­lar man­ner.

The Digi­flex S7300 Nexio Sin­gle Nee­dle Di­rect Drive Lock Stitcher with Digi­flex Elec­tronic Feed­ing Sys­tem and Thread Trim­mer was the world’s first lock stitch sewing ma­chine to have adopted the Digi­flex Feed Con­trol di­rectly con­nected to a step­ping mo­tor. This fa­cil­ity was next seen on the S7250A ma­chine.

As per the data shared by com­pany, a fac­tory pro­duc­ing shirts us­ing Digi­flex could see an in­crease of 10 to 14 per­cent in pro­duc­tiv­ity, a trouser fac­tory a 9- 12 per­cent in­crease, jeans fac­tory a 7 to 11 per­cent in­crease and a polo T-shirt fac­tory an 8 to 12 per­cent in­crease.

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