What is Industrial Sewing?

Industrial sewing is the process of joining two pieces of specialty film or fabric by stitching them together. The advantages of industrial sewing primarily lie in the rapid stitch rate capabilities and sewing speed of industrial sewing machines versus domestic sewing machines. For instance, industrial sewing machines on average can be anywhere from 10 to 20 times faster than domestic machines while operating for longer hours.

Industrial Sewing Machine Woman Sewing


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What is RF Welding?

Radiofrequency Welding or dielectric welding is a process where high frequency electric fields and applied pressure allow for the heating and melting of thermoplastic base materials such as PVC or vinyl fabric.

RF Welding Machine

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Medical Manufactured Products

Specialized medical equipment require precise standards to be met and FDA clearance for use on medical patients and in a healthcare setting. Learn more about how products such as isolation rooms, vaccum lock cushions, compression garments, PPE, and other medical devices are made and why their reliability is so important for critical care.

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Why Does Regulatory Compliance Matter?

For industrial sewing and rf welding manufacturers that work with government, medical, aerospace, commercial, and industrial organizations, certain standards and regulations must be met to ensure the highest standards of excellence.

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