A sock shoe knitting machine is a complex piece of equipment designed to automate the production of socks and shoe uppers. It comprises multiple components working in harmony to create seamless, customized designs. The machine begins its operation by receiving input instructions and digital patterns, which dictate the desired specifications of the final product. With the press of a button, the knitting process commences, utilizing various mechanisms to transform raw yarn into the finished textile product.
Knitting Mechanism :
At the heart of the sock shoe knitting machine lies the knitting mechanism. This mechanism consists of numerous needles arranged in a circular or flat bed formation. The needles move in a coordinated manner, interlacing the yarn to form loops and stitches. The machine's control system manages the needle movements, adjusting their positions and timing to achieve specific patterns and structures. By manipulating the needles' actions, the machine can create various knitting techniques, such as ribbing, jacquard, and intarsia, allowing for endless design possibilities.
Yarn Feeding and Tensioning :
Yarn feeding and tensioning play a crucial role in the sock shoe knitting process. The machine's yarn feeders guide the yarn to the needles, ensuring a steady supply throughout the knitting operation. Tensioning devices maintain optimal tension levels to prevent loose or tight stitches. Advanced machines employ sensors to monitor the tension and make real-time adjustments as needed. The combination of accurate yarn feeding and consistent tensioning results in uniform and high-quality knitted fabric, essential for producing comfortable and durable socks and shoe uppers.
Finishing and Quality Control :
Once the knitting process is complete, the fabric undergoes various finishing operations. These include cutting, linking, and shaping the knitted panels to form the desired sock or shoe upper. Quality control measures are implemented at every stage to identify and rectify any defects or inconsistencies. Modern machines employ computer vision systems to detect errors in real-time, ensuring that only flawless products move forward in the production line. The finished socks or shoe uppers are then ready for additional processes like dyeing, printing, and assembly, ultimately transforming them into the final, market-ready footwear.
Labor insurance series: 10G
Output: 350 Pairs
Machine table: 50/A Person
Cargo size: 1050×570×1700mm (L×M×H)
Wood dimension: 1070×520×1500mm (L×M×H)