Au­to­matic Polofly Au­to­ma­tion By Robotech At­tracts Crowd

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Tur­key based group Robotech, which is known for bring­ing lat­est and highly tech­ni­cal au­to­matic ma­chines re­ceived a good re­sponse at the re­cently con­cluded GTE ex­hi­bi­tion. The com­pany which is sell­ing its ma­chines through HCA dis­played the au­to­matic pocket welt­ing ma­chine FF 6100-TR; XP 7100 – IX polo fly au­tomat, which can in­crease the pro­duc­tiv­ity by around the 20% and JK 9300 – IX for au­to­ma­tion in mak­ing waist bands.

The sewing unit for piped pock­ets in FF 6100-TR al­lows an ef­fi­cient and flex­i­ble pro­duc­tion of straight and op­tion­ally slanted welt pock­ets, flap pock­ets and in­side pock­ets for the pro­duc­tion of men’s and ladies jack­ets, coats, blaz­ers, anoraks and trousers on a max­i­mum qual­ity level.

An­other ma­chine XP 7100 - IX au­to­matic placket set­ting work­sta­tion can fully au­toma­tise a se­ries of sewing placket pro­cesses. The ma­chines can be used with Brother Di­rect Drive sewing head; Bei­jer elec­tron­ics win­dows Based 256 Mil­lion Colour sup­ported touch screen con­trol Panel. It comes with pro­gram­mable start and end back tack or op­tion­ally ad­justable stitch con­dens­ing. “The ma­chine can au­to­mat­i­cally cut thread and clean sys­tem at the end of sewing op­er­a­tion,” said Re­cai Kaya from the com­pany.

The ma­chine uses vac­uum sys­tem to fa­cil­i­tate the place­ment of fab­ric on ma­chine and clamp fab­ric stretch­ing unit to in­crease cut­ting and sewing qual­ity of fab­ric.

“Only one per­son is re­quired to op­er­ate the ma­chine and in around eight hours it will make 2600 pieces and the re­sponse for the ma­chine in In­dia has been re­ally good,” said he.

The ma­chine has a sewing speed of 3,000 r.p.m; with max­i­mum stitch length 0.5 or 3 mm; stitch type 301 (Lock­stitch). “We will soon bring ma­chines that can do same op­er­a­tions on den­ims also,” he in­formed.

Re­cai Kaya with a team mate from ROBOTECH

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