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Learn to Adjust The Tension

The tension on an industrial sewing machine refers to the level of tightness applied to the upper and lower threads while stitching fabric.

 

Proper tension is crucial for achieving high-quality seams and preventing issues like thread breakage, puckering, or loose stitches.

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The tension on an industrial sewing machine refers to the level of tightness applied to the upper and lower threads while stitching fabric.

 

Proper tension is crucial for achieving high-quality seams and preventing issues like thread breakage, puckering, or loose stitches.

 

The specific tension setting can vary depending on factors such as the type of fabric being sewn, the thread thickness, and the sewing technique. Typically, industrial sewing machines feature tension adjustment mechanisms, such as tension disks or tension knobs, which allow operators to fine-tune the tension according to the requirements of the sewing project.

 

To determine the appropriate tension for a particular sewing task on an industrial machine, it is always good practice to test the stitching with the exact layers of material that you are going to sew together.

 

Adjustments can then be made as needed until the desired stitch quality is achieved. Additionally, experienced sewists may develop a feel for tension adjustment through practice and familiarity with their specific machine and materials.

 

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