JYL-6090 Industrial Automatic Computerized Electronic Bartacking Sewing Machine
This bar tacker sewing machine is mainly used to bar tack stitching for caps & shoes & clothes fabric decoration with bartacker .
1. Raising head, lifting stoke in 50mm, and also the sewing thickness is much less than 8mm in the compressed state.
2. 5-axis servo + lead screw guarantees ultra-large-format sewing accuracy and also high-speed sharp edge result.
3. The X as well as Y instructions are driven by sphere screws, with greater accuracy as well as more accurate positioning.
4. The hook as well as the needle are independently driven to understand automatic hook placement and automatic placement adjustment.
5. Needle bar and rotary hook main shaft treated with DLC diamond-like coating are wear-resistant as well as can work usually at high speed without oil or with little oil.
6. Split machine frame layout, practical for transportation and becoming part of the plant.
7. With automatic thread cutting, top thread damage detection, bobbin thread counting, as well as top thread securing features.
8. Matching with JYL AutoSew CAD, easy and also basic to learn, to satisfy customer’s personalized pattern modification requirements.
|Maximum sewing speed||3200rpm|
|Sewing Trace||Single Needle Flat Seam|
|Foot driving method||S-pulse motor drive|
|Pressing foot height||Standard 14mm, Maximum 17mm(when Reverse lifting needle)|
|Maximum Sewing speed||5000 stitches per pattern|
|Standard pattern number||100 patterns(Extended to store arbitrary graphics)|
|Thread Tension Device||Manual clamp/electromagnetic clamp|
|Hook||Semi-rotating standard hook or semi-rotating double hook|
|Motor||600W minitype AC Servo motor(direct drive mode)|
|Supply voltage||AC 220V±10%50/60Hz|
Tacks are mainly made use of to protect completions of pleats and pockets were included support are needed. When done correctly they are additionally an attractive feature. Bar tacks are a lot more generally found in men tailored garments.
To make a bar tack, stitch a number of long stitches with each other along the area required. Overhand these stitches, capturing strings from the fabric at the same time to secure. Cover the entire length with these stitches. Complete the tack by putting smaller sized bar adds at either end of the original.