HS 2000

Auto­mat­ic hem­ming of pre-attached elas­tic on pre-closed open­ings


Ful­ly auto­mat­ic sewing cycle requires no oper­a­tor train­ing time and results in high pro­duc­tiv­i­ty and con­sis­tent high qual­i­ty seam. One oper­a­tor can work with more than one automat.

Mon­i­tor­ing of all impor­tant func­tions, stor­ing of gar­ment infor­ma­tion and adjust­ment of ten­sion device are elec­tron­i­cal­ly con­trolled



Hem­ming guide ( 2 widths adjustable)
Con­trolled by soft­ware, the hem­ming guide moves between 2 dif­fer­ent elas­tic or hem­ming widths which can be adjust­ed mechan­i­cal­ly. This option is impor­tant if one or two seams are made with a nar­row elas­tic and the seam after is made with a wider elas­tic in sequence. This helps for accu­rate guid­ing of the elas­tic and prop­er seam for­ma­tion. The lat­er­al guide is spring mount­ed and adapts exact­ly to the changes in thick­ness caused by cross seams and inserts. There­fore, the fab­ric feed will nev­er be restrict­ed or blocked by thick­ness in the seam. In the lead-in area of the hem­ming guide, blow­ers smooth out the fab­ric.
Ten­sion unit with step­per motor dri­ve
The ten­sion roller, which is mount­ed under the sewing machine arm, moves to a pre-pro­grammed posi­tion, by step­per motor dri­ve. For load­ing, the closed and hemmed cir­cum­fer­ence is fold­ed over the elas­tic width and loaded at the top under the press­er foot and at the bot­tom under the ten­sion roller. So that the fab­ric is in a state with reduced ten­sion for load­ing and remov­ing, a cylin­der moves the ten­sion roller at the seam end to a high­er posi­tion and down again at the seam start.
Thread wiper posi­tion sen­sor
The sen­sor mon­i­tors the posi­tion of the thread wiper. If this changes due to sewing threads not being cut, the sen­sor reports not ready and pre­vents dam­age to the thread trim­mer, wiper or sewing parts.
Yam­a­to VE2740PR

2-nee­dle hem­ming machine with small cylin­der arm for hem­ming of the small­est diam­e­ters. The machine is equipped with thread trim­mer and puller.
Yam­a­to VG 2730P

2 nee­dle cylin­der-arm machine with puller, nee­dle dis­tance 3.2 mm, thread cut­ter with cov­er thread, with cov­er thread cut­ter
Step­per motor dri­ve for puller
Seam end sen­sor type “W”

Apply­ing a water mark for accu­rate and guar­an­teed seam end recog­ni­tion regard­less of gar­ment size, giv­ing con­sis­tent length of over­sewing.
HS 800–2B label dis­penser

Ful­ly auto­mat­ic inser­tion of a label at the start of sewing into the hem. The label can be insert­ed flat or as a loop.
Toe lift device

The side toe of the press­er foot can be lift­ed by a cylin­der using stitch count­ing for thick cross seams or sewing over mul­ti-lay­ered fab­ric thick­ness­es. Ensures a high qual­i­ty sewing result even over dif­fi­cult seams.
HS 245 fin­ger grip stack­er

The grip stack­er holds long pieces, for exam­ple jog­ging pants, and stacks them over a bun­dle rail at the seam end.
Sewing safe­ty guard with cylin­der
While load­ing the automat the safe­ty guard is lift­ed for eas­i­er inser­tion of the gar­ment. The plex­i­glass guard is low­ered for opti­mum pro­tec­tion dur­ing the sewing oper­a­tion.
Auto­mat­ic stitch con-dens­ing
Kit includ­ing mechan­i­cal and pneu­mat­ic parts as well soft­ware, if stitch con­dens­ing is not part of the orig­i­nal sewing machine. The stitch con­dens­ing ensures a very short stitch at the seam end caus­ing it to be knot­ted so pre­vent­ing the seam from being undone.