Our industrial sized die press cutting machine takes custom dies and uses pressure to stamp precise and consistent fabric patterns.
Stamping mechanism uses pressure to cut through materials
Custom die options to suit your individual needs
Cuts smoothly through a variety of materials
Cut materials with exact measurements and consistent results
Our double axis cutting table receives CAD measurements from our software program and can precisely cut and plot large pieces of fabric efficiently.
Reinforced dual rail frame designed for supporting bed widths up to 108" or 132" wide
Stretched drive plates spread loads associated with higher speeds and heavy cutting and carry optional load wheels
Philocraft vacuum tables hold material secure during plotting and cutting
Our hot knife is a heated blade used to cut and permanently seal synthetic materials. The hot knife melts the polymer filaments by cutting at the desired length and fusing the melted ends together to prevent fraying. Several synthetic fibers work great with the hot knife including polyester, acrylic, Dacron and nylon.
Our long arm sewing machines are perfect for large and oversized fabrics and products. Their large size allows for quicker production times for large fabrics that would be difficult to craft on traditional machines.
We offer a lot of different fabrics and materials to choose from. From
Solution Dyed Polyester
Fire Retartend PyroSnuff
Interested in having your own custom logo printed on your products? We have several options that we can discuss to make your products fully customizable and branded.
Flat Bed Ink Printing:
Digital printing using ink made of acrylic monomers
Once printed ink is cured under a UV light
Silk Screen Printing:
A print frame is created with a design to be transferred
Colors are screened one layer at a time onto fabric
Durable and resistant to washing
Sewing machine is used to create design patterns
Wide range of thread colors and types
Can be used on most fabrics
Bar tacking is the process of using a series of stitches to reinforce areas of a fabric that may be subject to additional strain or wear.
Increasing strength in corners
Reinforcing strength in areas that need to support extra load