Ja­pan: Juki launches AMS-251 sin­gle nee­dle CNC sewing ma­chine

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Juki, the Japanese pi­o­neer of sewing ma­chin­ery, has un­veiled its lat­est in­no­va­tion – AMS-251, a sin­gle nee­dle CNC sewing ma­chine.

The ma­chine can not only au­to­mat­i­cally sew sewing pat­terns stored in mem­ory but also pro­duce high­estqual­ity seams when sewing dec­o­ra­tive stitches on car seats, lux­ury bags and school bags. The ma­chine head turn­ing mech­a­nism al­lows the sewing ma­chine head to rotate at 180 de­grees. The mech­a­nism also makes it pos­si­ble to sew the ma­te­rial back and forth, and right and left, thereby en­abling stitch­ing of com­pli­cated pat­terns, and achiev­ing uni­form and high seam qual­ity.

It is made pos­si­ble by slip- ring sys­tem which is adopted for turn­ing the ma­chine head. As a re­sult, even while sewing a com­pli­cated-shape sewing pattern, it is pos­si­ble to per­form sewing con­tin­u­ously with­out stop­ping the ma­chine and tak­ing the ma­chine head to its ini­tial point.

With a large sewing area of 100 cm (width) x 60 cm ( length), large-size prod­ucts can be sewn, lead­ing to in­creased pro­duc­tiv­ity. In ad­di­tion, the ma­chine head of AMS-251 can go up by 5 cm to al­low the op­er­a­tor take out fin­ished prod­ucts and place the next sewing ma­te­rial on the sewing ma­chine with ease, thereby re­duc­ing the set- up time.

Juki AMS-251’s ma­chine head can rotate at 180 de­grees

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