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A Guide to Determining Sewing Speed Without Specialized Tools

You can determine sewing speed without using any type of specialized tools. Simply follow the steps outlined below.

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Troubleshooting Series - Industrial Sewing Tension Setting Tutorial

If your machine’s tension is wrong, you’ll deal with thread shedding, pulling, and breakage, plus poor stitch quality.

In this video from our troubleshooting series, Service Thread Sewing Sales and Tech Support Manager Dane Hatcher demonstrates how to adjust your bobbin tension, how to avoid common mistakes, and how to know when the tension is just right.

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Troubleshooting Series - Industrial Sewing Shuttle Maintenance Tutorial

Do you have lint or lubrication buildup in your industrial sewing machine’s shuttle?

In this video, Service Thread Sewing Sales and Tech Support Manager Dane Hatcher demonstrates how to remove the shuttle and shuttle race, then perform a quick examination and cleaning routine that ensures your machine is in good working order.

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Industrial Sewing Thread vs Household Sewing Thread

Industrial sewing thread is quite different from the thread that is typically used in garments and apparel. If you’re looking for household sewing thread, we’d like to direct you to Walmart, Michael’s, or another household thread supplier.

Not sure which is which? Here’s a look at the main differences between industrial sewing thread and household sewing thread, plus some tips on choosing the right thread for your application.

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Choosing the Correct Industrial Sewing Machine for Your Application

Are you using the right industrial sewing machine? Things to consider when looking to purchase a new machine include stitch type, thread thickness, sewing material thickness, material density, speed, parts availability, warranty, and special features or abilities.

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Troubleshooting Series - Service Class 7 Troubleshooting Video Guide

Is your industrial sewing process affected by thread skips, breaks, and shedding? In our latest video tutorial, Service Thread Sewing Sales & Tech Support Manager, Dane Hatcher demonstrates how to avoid thread problems by properly adjusting your machine.

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What Effect Does Bonded Thread Have On Tensions in a Sewing Application?

When industrial sewing operations require high thread or yarn tensions, properly designed sewing threads and yarns are critical to continuous production flow. Bonded sewing thread and yarn tends to perform well for critical and challenging sewing conditions often faced by manufacturing companies. We’d like to provide some insight into how bonded thread affects tension in industrial sewing and manufacturing.

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What is the Difference Between Bonded and Non-bonded Thread?

It’s important to evaluate whether you should be using a bonded or non-bonded thread in your industrial sewing process. For manufacturers, each type of industrial sewing thread or yarn has its own set of advantages and disadvantages, so let’s take a closer look at each option and which might be right for your application.

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Why Do I Need Bonded Thread For My Process?

When you’re sewing at high speeds, bonded thread prevents snags and breaks that cause production interruptions and create flaws in your products. In many applications, bonded sewing thread is almost always a superior choice. 

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A Guide to Determining Sewing Speed Without Specialized Tools

You can determine sewing speed without using any type of specialized tools. Simply follow the steps outlined below.

Read more

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If your machine’s tension is wrong, you’ll deal with thread shedding, pulling, and breakage, plus poor stitch quality.

In this video from our troubleshooting series, Service Thread Sewing Sales and Tech Support Manager Dane Hatcher demonstrates how to adjust your bobbin tension, how to avoid common mistakes, and how to know when the tension is just right.

Read more

Do you have lint or lubrication buildup in your industrial sewing machine’s shuttle?

In this video, Service Thread Sewing Sales and Tech Support Manager Dane Hatcher demonstrates how to remove the shuttle and shuttle race, then perform a quick examination and cleaning routine that ensures your machine is in good working order.

Service Thread-Troubleshooting-Series-Shuttle-Maintenance
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Industrial sewing thread is quite different from the thread that is typically used in garments and apparel. If you’re looking for household sewing thread, we’d like to direct you to Walmart, Michael’s, or another household thread supplier.

Not sure which is which? Here’s a look at the main differences between industrial sewing thread and household sewing thread, plus some tips on choosing the right thread for your application.

Read more

Are you using the right industrial sewing machine? Things to consider when looking to purchase a new machine include stitch type, thread thickness, sewing material thickness, material density, speed, parts availability, warranty, and special features or abilities.

Read more

Is your industrial sewing process affected by thread skips, breaks, and shedding? In our latest video tutorial, Service Thread Sewing Sales & Tech Support Manager, Dane Hatcher demonstrates how to avoid thread problems by properly adjusting your machine.

Read more

When industrial sewing operations require high thread or yarn tensions, properly designed sewing threads and yarns are critical to continuous production flow. Bonded sewing thread and yarn tends to perform well for critical and challenging sewing conditions often faced by manufacturing companies. We’d like to provide some insight into how bonded thread affects tension in industrial sewing and manufacturing.

Read more

It’s important to evaluate whether you should be using a bonded or non-bonded thread in your industrial sewing process. For manufacturers, each type of industrial sewing thread or yarn has its own set of advantages and disadvantages, so let’s take a closer look at each option and which might be right for your application.

Read more

When you’re sewing at high speeds, bonded thread prevents snags and breaks that cause production interruptions and create flaws in your products. In many applications, bonded sewing thread is almost always a superior choice. 

Read more