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PFAFF offers zig-zag sewing head machine for pocket flaps
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Feb '14
Without a doubt, with its automatic pocket setter PFAFF 3588 the German manufacture PFAFF INDUSTRIAL is market leader. Areas of application of the machines are jeans, shirts, blouses, workwear and similar items. Pockets are not only functional, but also an important part of fashion. 
 
Since they feature very prominently on garments a perfect workmanship is essential. This is especially true, when functionality is combined with decoration. Optimum ergonomics, highest productivity and exceptional operating comfort characterize this automated machine. Thousands of PFAFF automatic pocket over the world.
 
With the new PFAFF 3588-16/031 PFAFF INDUSTRIAL offers a new machine for pockets with flaps which is equipped with a zig-zag sewing head and a horizontal hook. With this solution the sewing time is significantly reduced because the zig-zag bars may be sewn at a higher speed.
 
The zig-zag seam design is not generated via the jig drive. The machine is also equipped with a new part set for ready-made pocket flaps. 
 
The insertion of the pocket flap was optimized resp. simplified for this new part set which saves a lot of time. The PFAFF 3588-16/031 permits sewing pockets with pocket flaps and pockets without pocket flaps with just ONE jig. Switching the jig is no longer required. The PFAFF 3588 is the pocket setter with the highest performance in the market. Both the jeans pocket and the shirt pocket versions of the PFAFF 3588 series provide the customer with maximum performance and quality.
 

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