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Advantage on auto cutters over manual

16 April 2017

⦁    Reduce material costs. 
In apparel manufacturing, fabric comprises as much as 50 percent of a garment’s cost. Users who move from manual cutting to automated cutting typically see material savings of 1 percent. Over the course of a year, this translates into hundreds of thousands of dollars for some manufacturers

⦁    Reduce labor requirements and eliminate the need for skilled cutters.
Labor is a major factor when considering the shift to automated cutting. Cutting by hand is a vanishing skill. Training individuals is a long-term undertaking. For example, it can take as long as two years for an individual to learn to competently cut parts for intimate wear. With an     automated cutting system, users can learn to cut parts in only a few hours, regardless of their experience level.

⦁    Accelerate the sewing process.
Computer-controlled cutting will always produce more cut parts and more accurately cut parts than even the most skilled hand cutter. Auto cutting systems are designed to cut perfect notches in the correct location, every time. This accuracy flows downstream to the sewing room where sewing machine operators are able to sew faster and more accurately because they find every notch they need exactly where it should be and don’t have to compensate for poorly cut parts that don’t match up or that have too much or not enough seam allowance.

⦁    Maximize valuable floor space.
Compared to a manual cutting operation, an automated cutter can reduce required floor space by 20 to 50 percent. In addition, most cutting systems can cut 24 hours a day without breaks. By operating in multiple shifts, cutting room efficiency improves dramatically.

 


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Temperature in the fabrics

15 April 2017

How it works

Evaporative air conditioning uses evaporation to cool the air. In an evaporative cooler, a pump circulates water from the reservoir on to a cooling pad, which in turn becomes very wet. A fan draws air from outside the unit through the moistened pad. As it passes through the pad the air is cooled by evaporation. The key to effective evaporative cooling is ensuring that each of the cooling pads are completely saturated at all times during operation and that the systems fan & motor are sized and designed to deliver the appropriate airflow.


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