Tubular fabric roll slitting machine

Feature( Tubular fabric roll slitting machine ):

This machine is the auxiliary products of the automatic mould cutting machine , which is suitable for narrow pieces of paper being cut. It have count no. Automatically, put roll rectify a beviation the functions of controlling etc.automatically by three photoelectric eyes, the structure of the complete machine is compact, fast with high efficiency,operate the characteristic simply, operate steadily.

Charatertistics ( fabric roll slitting machine ):

1. The max width: 550mm
2. The minimum slitting width: 8-20mm
3. Material thickness range: 0.05-3mm
4. Tolerence: 0.2mm, Precision: 0.1mm
5. The speed:70m/min

6. Under CE and ISO
7. Manufacturer experience: 30years
8. Export experience: 10years

Functions ( fabric roll slitting machine ):

1. This machine is applicable to slit the narrow scope paper and tape.
2. It can automatically meter, set length, stop, winding is controlled by photoelectric eyes.
3. Compact structure, fast speed, high efficiency, accurate slitting, easy and steady operation.

Purpose( fabric roll slitting machine ):

1. It is applicable for the slitting tooling of industrial adhesive tape, electronic material, protective film, copper foil, aluminum foil, OPP, PE, PVC, sheet, cloth, etc.
2. This machine is widely used in the industries such as printing, packing, electronics, leather, clothes making, plastic, etc.

SUNTECH Open-width Tensionless Knitted Fabric Inspection and Rolling Machine

SUNTECH Open-width Tensionless Knitted Fabric Inspection and Rolling Machine

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ST-KFIM is applicable for a wide range of fabrics, from tension-sensitive lycra fabrics to stable woven, technical and upholstery materials. This Fabric Inspection and Rolling Machine can be supplied to operate from plait/loose fabrics to roll, or with various other fabric inlet or outlet options.

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Twin Rewinding Roller
Active unwinding by motor driven twin roller.

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Fabric End Stop Sensor
It will allow for continuous fabric inspection, from one piece of roll to next, no need to feed fabric again.

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Dancing Roller
The dancing roller is specially designed for tension control. It will move up and down to control the fabric tension.

Suppose the speed of feeding and re-winding are not synchronous, the potentiometer installed on one side of dancing roller will send signal to the inverters on the feeding position and rewinding position and inverters will adjust the speed to the same.

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Full Width Fabric Inspection
60 degree fixed angle inspection screen which has been erified thousand times to prove to be the most suitable angle for knitted fabric.It has the least influence for fabric tension.

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Scroll Roller
Three sets of Scroll Roller and One set of Air-blowing device to control fabric curled edges.

1. Before inspection table, the scroll roller will make fabric open totally when inspection.
2. After inspection, the scroll roller will open fabric curled edges again to make sure a accurate edge-align.
3. Before rewinding, the scroll roller & Air-blowing device will once more open fabric and eliminate crease for perfect roll generation.

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Digital Counter Meter
Meter(M) and Yard(YD)can be chosen to read out;
Also the Digital Counter Meter also have the pre-set function. Means if you need 100 m, you pre-set the length on the counter meter. When arrives 100m, the machine will stop automatically.

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Edge-alignment Sensor
Edge Alignment Photo Sensor will align the fabric edges accurately. When fabric declines, the rewinding station will move left or right for aligning.

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Twin Unwinding Roller
Consistent roll output by actively surface rewinding with twin rubber-covered roller.
The roll compact could be adjust due to different ratio of the rollers. You could adjust the roll hardness (Loose or Tight) through the hand-wheel.

Reasons for the formation of woven fabric weaving defects

(1) Wrong Yarn

Appearance: In the wool of knitted fabrics, the horizontally continuous loops are woven from thicker or finer yarns. Usually more than a single root, but even there are parallel or multiple roots. It is different from the normal one.

Cause: When knitting fabrics are weaved, the operator misuses yarns of non-designated counts or Danny specifications. Misuse of finer yarns makes the fabric appear thin. When the coarser yarn is misused, the fabric appears dense.

(2) Wrong End

Appearance: The warp of the woven fabric has a single one or a number of non-specified specifications. If it is a finer yarn, it is called FineEnd. If it is a thicker yarn, it is called Coarse End.

Cause: In the warping period, the number of yarns received by the thread is wrong, and warp yarns of non-specified specifications are used. Such cockroaches are often full-bodied.

(3) Wrong Pick

Appearance: The weft of the woven fabric, there is one or a continuous number of non-specified specifications. If it is a fine yarn, it is called FinePick. If it is a thicker yarn, it is called Coarse Pick.

Cause: During weaving, the weft yarn of the weft yarn, or the yarn count of the shuttleless weaving machine is incorrect, and the weft yarn of non-specified specification is used. After the operator discovers it, he will stop it and remove it. However, the automatic change of the looms is often difficult to find.

(4) Wrong Weaving

Appearance: The weaving method is wrong, and the texture of the cloth is different from the original designer. For example, the left twill is woven into a right twill or the like.

Causes: Generally caused by wearing errors. Others such as jacquard fabrics have wrong patterns, and warp yarns of multi-standard warp fabrics are arranged incorrectly.

Suntech Automatic Camera Fabric Inspecting Machine

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Maintenance of textile folding machine

1. Daily maintenance project

1). Check if the compressed air pressure meets the requirements.

2). Exclude the water in the air source treatment component, and observe the oil level in the oil mister. The oil level should not be added.

3). Clear the dust on the surface of each photoelectric sensor.

4). Clean the exposed surface of the folding machine.

2. Weekly maintenance project

1). For the sprocket, the chain is filled with lubricating oil and adjust the tension of the chain.

2). Make an adjustment to the tightness of the conveyor belt.

3. Monthly maintenance project

1). Add lubricating oil to each conveying roller.

2). Change the oil after the initial operation of the reducer for 300h, and replace it after 1500h.

3). Check the fastening of each joint.

Development history of textile machinery

Humans originally used natural fibers as raw materials for spinning and weaving, earlier than the invention of the text (see World Textile History, Chinese Textile History). China used hand-spinning spinning in the Spring and Autumn Period and the Warring States Period. In the Song Dynasty, it has invented more than 30 spindles of hydraulic spinning. In 1769, the British R. Ark Wright (also translated by Richard Acklet) made a hydro-spinning machine. In 1779, the British S. Crompton (Samuel Crompton) invented the spinning machine. After being introduced to the United States, American J. Thorpe invented the ring spinning machine in 1828, which increased productivity by several times due to continuous spinning. The loom in the Warring States Period of China has used the principle of leverage to drive the heald frame to complete the opening action with the pedal link. In 1733, the British J. Kay (also translated by John Kay) invented the shuttle, hitting the shuttle to make it fly at a high speed, and the productivity of the loom was doubled. In 1785, the British E. Cartwright (also translated by Edmont Carterett) invented the power loom. In the same year, the UK built the world’s first steam-powered cotton mill, which was the textile industry from the handicraft industry to the big industry. A turning point in the production transition. The progress of human society and the increase of population have promoted the development of the textile industry and correspondingly promoted the improvement of textile machinery. Energy reform (replacement of manpower and animal power with steam power) laid the foundation for modern textile machinery.
The advent of man-made fibers at the end of the 19th century broadened the field of textile machinery and added a category of chemical fiber machinery. The demand for synthetic fibers has increased, and the expansion of synthetic fiber spinning equipment has been promoted (spinning screw diameters up to 200 mm, daily production of single spinning machines to 100 tons) and high speed (spinning speeds of 3,000 to 4,000 meters). / points) direction development. In the fastest growing countries in the world’s synthetic fiber industry, equipment is renewed in almost 5 to 6 years, and the number of machines has doubled in 10 years. In the past 20 years, the spinning and weaving equipment has made many local improvements to adapt to chemical fiber pure spinning or blending with natural fibers, such as expanding the range of suitable fiber length of the drafting mechanism and eliminating static electricity on the fiber. In the dyeing and finishing, high temperature and high pressure dyeing equipment, heat setting equipment, resin finishing equipment and loose finishing equipment have been developed.
Humans have been spinning and weaving in the traditional way for more than 6,000 years. The spinning and weaving machine designed to the present principles is still the main equipment of the world textile industry. However, since the 1950s, some new processes have been created, partially replacing traditional methods to produce textiles with much higher efficiency, such as rotor spinning, non-woven fabrics, and the like. The new process bred new textile equipment, and the new textile equipment matured and promoted, which further promoted the textile industry to move forward.

Maintenance of fabric folding machine

First, daily maintenance of fabric folding machine project
1. Check if the compressed air pressure meets the requirements.
2. Exclude the accumulated water in the gas source treatment component, and observe the oil level in the oil mister. The oil level should not be added.
3. Know the dust on the surface of each photoelectric sensor.
4. Clean the exposed surface of the folding machine.
Second, weekly maintenance projects
1. For the sprocket, the chain is filled with lubricating oil and adjust the tension of the chain.
2. Make an adjustment to the tightness of the conveyor belt.
Third, monthly maintenance projects
1. Add lubricating oil to each conveying roller.
2. After the initial operation of the reducer for 300h, change the oil once, and replace it after 1500h.
3. Check the fastening of each joint

Suntech, No.1 brand in China for Fabric Make-up Machines

The 11th International Exhibition and Conference for Garment and Textile Industry (IGATEX) is taking place from the 26th – 29th of April at Lahore Expo Centre.

Based on many existing customers in Pakistan, Suntech displayed the latest Electric Warp Beam Trolley with Harness Mounting Device, Electric Warp Beam Low Lift Trolley, as well as a running Beam Stacker models. Suntech attracts many new customers from local market as well as the neighboring countries and 6 orders has been confirmed at site.

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Igatex 2018

Fabric Strength Testing

Fabric Strength Testing with a Universal Testing Machine

Textiles, yarn, thread, fabrics, wool, cotton, and other animal and plant-derived fibers are commonly tested to ensure product quality by assessing the performance of materials and making sure they are acceptable towards proper end-use. This blog post will cover certain mechanical testing methods to test fabric and go over the testing standards as well as the recommended equipment.

Measurement Methods of the Mechanical Properties of Fabrics
Tension Testing
Tensile testing is the most commonly applied test method for analyzing the mechanical properties of fabric materials. Although the direction of applied force is always in tension, there are a variety of tensile test methods available for capturing the most relevant data for final product usage.

The strip test is a tensile test in which the full width of the test specimen is gripped in the tensile grip jaws of a universal testing machine. During this test, tensile force is applied on the fabric specimen until it ruptures. Mechanical properties to analyze include the force at rupture and the elongation (expressed as percentage) at maximum force and/or at rupture.

Trapezoidal tear is another tear strength test that uses a specimen prepared as an isosceles trapezoid with a small cut on one side. When testing starts and force is applied, the trapezoid tear produces tension along a reasonably defined course such that the tear propagates across the width of the specimen. This test method applies to most fabrics such as woven fabrics, air bag fabrics, blankets, napped, knitted, layered, and pile fabrics.

Adhesion Coating Testing
Adhesion coating testing is applicable to fabrics with an adhesive coating compound applied, forming a chemical bond between the adhesive and the fabric material. The bond strength that is created between the coating compound and the fabric material can be measured running adhesion coating tests. If the adhesion is not strong enough, seam strength will decrease. If adhesion is too strong, problems may arise as tear strength will be affected. Standards outlining the minimum required criteria for specific fabric constructions can be used to ensure both the seam and tear strength are acceptable.

Puncture/Burst Testing
Puncture testing of fabric specimens determines the strength of a material by measuring the force required to penetrate the specimen. Contact with sharp edged objects in a real-world scenario is simulated by the use of puncture fixtures. Puncture fixtures are often used in the tensile direction but may also be used in the compressive direction. In order to calculate the specimen puncture resistance, the specimen is first stretched and placed on the ring clamp mechanism of the puncture fixture. Load is then applied by the puncture probe until specimen rupture.


The reason for the formation of fabrics weaving machine

(1) Wrong Yarn

Exterior: In the hairs of knitted fabrics, transversely continuous terry loops are woven from coarser or finer yarns than those of standard yarns. Generally, they are generally single, but even those that are juxtaposed or spaced are more compact and thicker. Normal people are different.

Causes: When weaving knitted fabrics, operators mistakenly use non-specified yarn counts or denier yarns to weave misuse of finer yarns. As a result, fabrics appear thinner and misuse of thicker yarns.

(2) Wrong End

Appearance: The warp of the woven fabric has a single or side-by-side number of non-specific specifications. If it is a fine yarn, it is called Fine End. If it is a thicker yarn, it is called Coarse End.

Contributing factors: The number of bobbin yarns involved in the warping of menstruation during the warping period is wrong, and the use of warp yarns of non-specified specifications is often the case of full-match persons.

(3) Wrong Pick

Appearance: The weft of the woven fabric has one or more non-specified thicknesses. For finer yarns, FinePick is called. If it is a thicker yarn, it is called coarse weft.

Causes: When weaving, the weft yarn of the weft tube, or the number of bobbin yarns fed by the shuttleless weaving machine is wrong. It is not easy for the weaving machine that uses the non-specified weft yarn operator to remove and stop the machine after it is found and then automatically changes the tube. Find.

(4) Wrong Weaving

Appearance: The weave method is wrong. The texture of the fabric is different from the original designer. For example, the left twill weaves into the right twill.

Causes: Most of the errors are due to mistakes in jacquard fabrics, errors in warp yarn arrangement in multi-standard warp fabrics, etc.

(5) Wrong draw

Exterior: The two warp yarns that are adjacent to each other are regarded together as one woven into the cloth by the fabric organization. The root (actually two) yarns appear to be particularly thick. When the initial weaving of the shaft is found, the elimination of one of the roots can be completely avoided.