Textile industries across the world all understand the importance of having the right tools to get the job done in the best, most efficient way possible. At Sewn Products, we can help you find the perfect tools at affordable prices. Two of our most popular items are fabric end cutters and strip cutters because our customers understand that the biggest jobs require the most reliable tools
A good end cutter machine and a strip cutter machine will help you take your business to the next level. End cutters are used in cutting textiles quickly and accurately. Automatic machines can be calibrated to cut straight lines right where they need to be, and manual machines are set on guide rails so you can always get that clean, straight cut. no matter how long or how wide the fabric you are cutting, you will always be able to reach with the long handles on these machines.
Most end cutters are table-mounted and sport a rotary blade, although there are some equipped with a straight blade so the speed of the blade can be adjusted. Your company’s needs will dictate which machine will work best for you.
Automatic strip cutting machines are used for cutting fabric into strips. The machine speeds up the cutting process while maintaining a clean, precise cut. These are some of the fastest cutters available and can be easily adjusted for the length of the cut or the height of the machine.
Each of these excellent cutters will increase your factory efficiency and expedite every order you get. We can help you find the machine that best fits your needs. For those on a budget, manual machines may be your best bet. If you are looking to expand your business and grow your production, automatic machines are good investments for years to come.
Be sure you know what fabrics you will mainly be cutting with your machine, as different blades or speeds may be required for different materials. Non-woven fabrics are flexible and porous because they consist of multiple fiber layers, and each of the separate fibers may be oriented in different directions based on their manufacturing. The fibers are bonded by chemical, thermal, or mechanical processes, and they may not cut correctly without the right tool. Some non-woven fabrics can have the appearance of woven fabrics, so make sure you know what you’re dealing with before you make a final decision.
There are many industrial, non-woven materials beyond fabric to think of when choosing a
- Packing materials
- Roadbed stabilization sheeting
- Road-building materials
- Roofing products
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