Safety harnesses. They are so important in this day and age! They used in construction, mining, industrial maintenance and emergency response. So many of these industries would not exist, or would just be so much more dangerous without the invention of the Safety Harness. If you are looking to get producing Safety Harnesses, or if you already are but want to improve your output, then this guide is for you!
A super important part of this guide will be a pitch for a webbing cutter. A webbing cutter is essential to having an efficient set up for cutting a lot of safety harnesses.
Step 1: Identify the Excess Webbing
Inspect your safety harness to identify any excess webbing material that needs to be cut off. This may be located near the buckles or on the straps themselves. Use a measuring tape to determine how much webbing material needs to be cut off, and mark the cut line with a pen or marker.
Step 2: Secure the Harness and Cut the Webbing
Before you begin cutting, make sure that the harness is securely fastened and that any loose ends are tucked away to prevent them from getting caught in the webbing cutter. Then, using your webbing cutter, carefully cut along the marked line. Make sure to cut in a straight line and avoid cutting too close to the stitching or hardware of the harness
Step 3: Inspect Your Cut
After you've cut the excess webbing material, inspect the cut to make sure that it's clean and straight. If necessary, use a lighter or heat gun to carefully melt the cut edge of the webbing to prevent fraying.
By following these 3 simple steps, you can use a webbing cutter machine to easily and safely cut excess webbing material from a safety harness, ensuring that it fits properly and provides effective protection in the workplace.
Cutting a safety harness is a simple process that can be completed in just 3 easy steps. If you would like to start producing safety harnesses, SPEC can help you out! We specialize in products for companies just like you! Get in touch with us today to find the best machine for you!