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Industrial Sewing

Are you looking for a qualified sewing company for your product?

Or maybe you need a fastener or other product and you aren’t sure if it should be sewn or ultrasonically welded?

But when you search online the folks saying they ‘sew’ are a dime-a-dozen and it’s difficult to know which company is truly qualified.

TFI has been sewing fasteners, medical products and other goods for leading OEM’s for over 30 years.

We’re unique in that we perform this work, domestically using highly trained staff, industrial machinery and with an eye for quality.

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What We Sew:

At TFI, our industrial sewing machines are used to sew neoprene, nylon and poly webbing, VELCRO® Brand Fasteners, specialty hook & loop materials and other textiles.

Industrial Sewing Machines are used for a variety of different materials and have the ability to run throughout the day in an industrial environment. They can sew materials such as leather, canvas, multiple layers of webbing, neoprene, and of course, hook & loop. They utilize a variety of stitch options, such as Bar Tack, Edge, Single Stitch, Dual Needle and Box X depending on the customer and strength requirements. Industrial sewing machines also provide a very high quality of stitching.

Industrial machines are designed for a more heavy-duty workload; being able to run for longer hours and deal with more intense projects than a domestic machine.

OPERATION AND SEWING EXPERTISE: AN ‘ART’ NOT A
‘SCIENCE!’

A machine is only as good as it’s operator. If an operator doesn’t set up the machine properly, the finished product will reflect that. The process of industrial sewing requires attention and skills that are developed over time.

David Deavenport of TFI Custom Fabrication explains, “You might think that a skilled sewing operator is measured by his/her output and how many ‘widgets’ they can sew in a given amount of time. While speed is part of the calculus, quality sewing is dependent upon the operator more than the machinery. And for our customers, quality is typically why they came to us in the first place.”

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