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PFAFF debuts sewing machine for darts & waistband pleats
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Apr '14
Darts and waistband pleats play an important role both for the fit and for the overall visual appearance of trousers, skirts and blouses. The main demand on the manufacturer is to guarantee consistent quality and economic processing on a machine that is easy to operate.

The PFAFF 3586 short seam automatic sewing machine meets this requirement. The PFAFF 3586 for darts and waistband pleats is the most versatile and efficient short seam automatic sewing machine on the market.

Efficiency, flexibility, performance and price are the deciding advantages of the PFAFF 3586. The partially overlapping work method enables the economic use of the machine. The concept of the machine ensures a conversion, independent of any guide rails.

Pre-programmed patterns enable a change of operations in a matter of seconds. The patented material take-over station guarantees exact seam lines as pre-set. The stitch condensation at the end of the seam ensures a slim, neat point with no untidy “dimples”. A special feed table with vacuum device that ensure sure top-quality darts was designed to sew double-pointed darts.

The new PFAFF 3586-14/02 now also enables long darts of up to 490 x 20 mm. This allows for darts on modern slimline shirts and blouses. Compared to a high-speed seamer this machine guarantees efficient, accurate and reliable work. The machine is unique and will pay for itself within just a few months.

PFAFF Industrial

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