Lingke Ultrasonic Cutting Application on Fabrics

Ultrasonic technology can be used in a variety of processes, whether welding, split welding, resistance seam welding, embossing, punching or cutting including seam edges. There are almost no restrictions in seam design. The use of ultrasonic continuous cutting, separate welding edge sealing and welding logos mainly occurs in textile, foam and synthetic leather processing processes. The cut edges are soft and neat.

non-woven fabric

Sealing contours
Masks, filters, labels made of gauze or non-woven fabrics and fabrics are usually produced as flat blanks: in order to ensure the wearing comfort of the mask, its edges should be smooth and not frayed; the gauze needs to have a firm edge to prevent fibers from entering Wounds; the overlock on the cut edge of the label must remain intact after repeated cleaning. Use Lingke Ultrasonic to cut and hem respiratory protective masks, filters, wound bandages or labels.

Cutting tarpaulin

Mass production of awning cloth
Tarpaulins are wide-width woven products that must be produced in large quantities in the required widths and lengths for each application. When using simple mechanical cutting of tarpaulin longitudinally and transversely, the cutting edge will be very rough and the desired effect cannot be achieved. Lingke ultrasonic is used to mass-produce awning fabrics with a certain length and width, while reliably locking edges to achieve mass production.

Cut seal fabric label

Cut fabric labels vertically and horizontally
Labels in the clothing industry require multi-layer weaving as high-volume supplies. Ultrasonic waves are used to continuously and intermittently separate the fabric labels longitudinally and transversely. They are cleanly cut and seamed. The seams are soft and comfortable to wear, even during lifting and lifting. It can also stay in place for a long time even when washed.

tea bag

Cutting fabric
Use ultrasonics to cut fabric or other materials and simultaneously weld the edges if necessary. Lingke ultrasonic cutting can achieve arbitrary shape cutting by locally heating and simultaneously melting the thermoplastic material in the cutting area to seal the edges.

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