Beisler Develops Pocket Sewing Technology


Beisler, a division of Darkopp Adler, has introduced new innovation in piped pocket technology for trousers. The new class of technology, dubbed 100-68, uses state-of-the-art components to guarantee maximum precision and shorten the production process, the company reports.

In addition to its use in sewing straight or slanted trousers pockets, the technology also can be used for inside, outside and breast welt pockets of men's jackets and blazers.

The system is fully automatic, and extremely reliable because of its step motor technology, the company reports.

To change knives, or for maintenance work, the complete knife station can be removed with a single hand movement.

Straight or slanted pocket shapes are freely programmable in a multitude of variations, and can be sewn without mechanical adjustment of the corner knives. This results in perfect seam quality resulting from displacement-free and flat sewing, the company reports.

In the event of thread breakage, the needle thread monitor automatically puts the corner knives out of operation and the machine stops sewing.

Also, all the pocket parameters can be quickly programmed and folders can be changed from double piping to single piping in a few seconds.

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