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Sewing equipment development history Time:2014-09-04    views:

Household sewing equipment there are two basic forms, one kind is chain stitch type, is a kind of double chain stitch. Chain stitch machine using only a line, needle through the cloth and then pull out, lead under the cloth to form a coil, to form a coil, a second needle by needle hook will be pulled up new old circle chain. Double lockstitch machine USES two lines, the use of the hole on the tip, through the cloth belt line, lateral around in circles, the bottom line is weaving shuttle, across from the coil, when the needle to two line taut interlock. In 1830, the French tailor Neil Simon to create efficient chain stitch machine, it works smoothly, very practical. Its main structure and basic same, today's sewing machine sewing machine efficiency is 10 times faster than the manual. In Paris in 1831, Neil Simon opened a tailor shop has 80 sets of sewing machines. To prepare for the French army uniforms. Due to the local tailor association afraid Neil Simon sewing machines would take their jobs, then broke into the factory, destroyed all of the sewing machine. Sewing machine made is critical to the success of the development of cutting-edge needle hole, its inventor is rem, knitting workers in Germany. As early as in 1810, he was set to produce a kind of chain stitch machine, handle a turn, the needle is interspersed with up and down. But, this kind of machine is heavy, the efficiency is not high also, therefore has not been popularized. At the same time, americans also are actively sewing machine is developed. In 1834, hunter invented the dual shuttle sewing machine. Machine maker in 1845, Boston HeWei create more practical sewing machine, the control lever manipulation are rolled back curved needle, transverse insert fabric stitch double chain stitch, machines and move the metal strips of cloth. This sewing machine is now on display in Washington state in the museum. In 1851, Wilson invented the sewing machine with the rotation of the spindle unit, can improve sewing speed. Later, he invented a tooth feed rod, placed under the table, after each seam a needle, can drive the material move forward.