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What Is the Craft Process of Embroidery Patches?
From last passage, we have introduced some steps of making an embroidery patch, in this article, we will list the rest.
Step 6: Sort out fabric or mould them by size, and add hot-printed film or liner. At this time, the fabric is still complete.
Step 7: Cut the badge off
If the shape of the badge is irregular, cut it by hand. If the embroidered edges of the badge are symmetrical, both hand and die cuts can be used. The die-cutting pressure relies on water pressure or hand stamping, and the molds are made after they are lined with the badge.
Take the elasticity of the embroidered fabric into consideration, a certain tension is brought about by the tension of the fabric on the frame, as well as the back and forth of the needle through the fabric and the tension of the thread. All badges must be cut individually. Many company use fast group die cutting or laser cutting methods, but they are not very effective. Therefore, the badge can only be cut once at a time.
There is no way to avoid the wear of the edge of the badge when you cut it by hand. A hot-printed pad can solve some problems, but even if you scrape your fingernails along the edges, it may loosen some lines. So, cutting the shaped badge with a laser is the best way.
Step 8: The die-cut badge is required to be wrapped at last. The seaming or wrapping is done on a separate edger. Only symmetrical badges are wrapped in this way. Overcaster placed each badge on the guide table and opened the switch for edging. The seam is actually locking the needle at the edge of the badge so there is no wear. Overcaster starts the edging machine and walks 1/4 inch from the starting point, then cut it leaving a tail.
The number of needles per inch can be set. The US government has asked for the minimum number of stitches per inch, and the damaged badges should be put aside.
It is difficult to wrap some flat fabrics, it needs some practical padding to make it firm .
a special part such as a short presser foot, a short feed dog or an edge guide makes the speed at about 5500spm. The overcaster places a badge on the edge guide at a time, starting from the pre-selected point and start the machine, wrap the edges along the edges and press the edges. If the badge is rectangular, stop the machine at each edge and then turn to the other side, which will increase cost.
Leave a 3-inch tail so that its end does not scatter, also leaving a small tail when starting the next badge.
Step 9: Take measures to keep the residual head left behind safely by edging and trim the end to approximately 1/4 inch. One way is to affix the end to the back of the badge. Another way is to pull the remaining line out by edging and keep it in place by friction.
If the end is cut clean, it may cause the hem to be pulled apart.
Step 10: Check the quality and quantity of the badge and then package it. In the process of producing badges, each additional link will increase the investment cost. From the initial embroidery process, waste can be produced at every stage. Waste products are usually left out of the way without repairing them.
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