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Buttonhole sewing machine S-4002 ISBH
chain stitchelectronicwith electronic feeding system

buttonhole sewing machine
buttonhole sewing machine
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Characteristics

Type
buttonhole
Stitch type
chain stitch
Options and accessories
electronic, with electronic feeding system
Applications
fabric

Description

S-4002 ISBH 30° Angle Indexer Imitation Sleeve Buttonhole with Electronic Feeding S-4002 ISBH 30° Angle Indexer The S-4002 ISBH is a fully electronically controlled chainstitch straight buttonhole machine designed for sewing decorative non-functional buttonholes on jacket sleeves. The machine is based on the well known AMF Reece S-4000 concept. Main Features Electronic Feeding Utilizing powerful three-phase stepper-motors ensures exact placement of individual stitches and brings more freedom in buttonhole design for user. Electronic feeding further eliminates several mechanisms including clutches and gears thus reducing necessary maintenance and extending machine life-time. Electronic Stop and Start Motion Electronic Stop and Start Motion extends machine life and improves machine reliability by eliminating the stop motion and clutch mechanisms. High Sewing Speed High Sewing Speed combined with low noise level is adjus-table from 1,500 spm to 3,800 spm. DC Drive Motor DC Drive Motor fully enclosed within the head casting eliminates the need for an under the table mounted cluth motor, pulley, belt and brake. This reduces required mainte-nance and eliminates oil and dust around the working area. Pneumatic System Pneumatic System is used for the thread trimming and clamping that reacts to different material thicknesses and types of fabric. Together with the Single Pedal Electronic Start it increases production and reduces operator's fatigue.

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