Fabric cutting is an integral part of getting your project created. Whether you are creating designer clothes, quilts, curtains, or embroidery projects, you’ll need to cut the fabric from the original bolt or another medium. Gone are the days when people used to rely on only scissors for this purpose and now the garment industry is moving towards fabric cutting machines of all shapes and sizes. They can create the perfect cuts to flatter every body shape and know that they will have the same size consistently. This is especially important with ultra-expensive fabrics and hard-to-cut designs. These machines are also able to cut other materials, including metal, glass, paper, and plastic. There are multiple types of cutting machines used in garment industry and they can be put into a few main categories, such as manual cutting machines, semi-automatic cutting machines, and computer controlled knife cutting machine. The methods differ by how they cut and what process the operator takes to make the cut.
My company specializes in children's clothing cutting machine industry developed a fully automatic cutting process, instead of the original cut and the cutting process catcher two kinds of steps to achieve a full intelligent cutting.
Now according to the traditional cloth process improvement, the jacket section was omitted, the template after the original production, according to the template cutting, lock cropped edges; all with our current automatic cutting bed instead.
Designed for cutting all kinds of cloth materials like leather, wool fabric, combined fabric and so on.