The eyeleting machine can be a valuable tool for businesses that need to secure zippers and buttons. It can also add a decorative look to garments and shoes. It is available in a variety of shapes and sizes. It can be used with different kinds of dies.
Whether you need a hand-operated bench machine or an automatic dual feed eyelet and grommet machine, we have the best quality products in the market for you.
An eyelet machine is an advanced system specifically designed for large production cycles. It is characterized by its speed and versatility, making it a great choice for any print shop. It allows you to set the eyelets with greater precision, resulting in significant time-saving benefits.
It features a table with stoppers that help hold the material in place, eliminating the need for a manual process. It also has a swivel feature that lets you insert eyelets at various angles and positions. This allows you to customize the look of your banners, tarpaulins, and other materials. It is a durable and reliable piece of machinery that can withstand the test of time.
The eyelet machine’s table is a flat, horizontal surface that holds the fabric. Its back and side are lined with stoppers to help keep the fabric in place, while allowing you to adjust the distance of each eyelet from the edge of your material. The stoppers also might feature a ruler etched into them for easy measurement, which can eliminate the need for a manual process and create consistent results. The table is usually made from stainless steel for durability.
Eyelet punch machines are designed to work with a variety of fabrics. They can punch and fix grommets quickly. They have adjustable stoppers that help the fabric stay in place while the eyelet is being inserted. They also feature a ruler, making them easy to use.
Model 103-54: – For inserting eyelets based on the pierce and positive displacement principle for high pull-out resistance – Moveable material support with stops
This machine is designed for high volume production of plastic tarpaulin eyelets and plastic banner eyelets. It offers single-sided setting and HF welding, with replacement kits for different eyelet sizes. It is also highly reliable.
Generally, eyelet machines are either manual or based on automation. They are used in a variety of applications such as banner elements or clothing. They are highly efficient and make the process of perforating and eyeleting faster.
The hopper of an eyeleting machine is easy to access, allowing rapid replacement of eyelets. It is also able to be positioned at different angles, facilitating the application of the eyelets in various positions. The hopper can be easily cleaned to maintain its efficiency. It is equipped with a loose pulley and a brush, both of which are located transversely to the raceway-grooves. Intermittingly, the brush clears the eyelets from the upper end of the hopper, giving them space to descend into the grooves.
Dies are specialized machine tools used in manufacturing processes like blanking, coining, and swaging to manipulate the size and shape of raw materials. They’re similar to molds, but unlike them, they stamp the material rather than fill it in.
Die shapes vary widely, from steel-rule dies that resemble nuts and cut through thick materials to thin metal ones that resemble cookie cutters and cut thinner materials. They’re usually fitted in different types of die handles or stocks to move them around.
Screws fasten the working components to both the upper and lower die shoes, while dowels heel them in place. They also help to prevent them from sticking together in the press.
Like the brass rings that reinforce holes in shoelaces or used on tarps and signage banners, grommets are a type of metalware that provides protection and reinforcement to holes. They are inserted through holes in fabric and can be set using a machine or by hand.
In addition to providing physical protection, rubber moulded grommets can also protect electrical wires from abrasion and sharp or rough edges. This can help avoid costly repairs and rework and ensure that equipment operates safely. They can also help to dampen vibrations that could otherwise cause damage and reduce wear and tear. They may even increase product longevity.