Socks machine Socks machine, in 1589, the British Lee i […]
Socks machine, in 1589, the British Lee invented the first knitting machine, using a hook knitting to form a sock, a knitting machine for the production of socks.
A knitting machine that produces socks.
In 1589, the British W. Lee invented the first knitting machine, using hook-knitted forming socks. In 1849, a single-needle round sock machine appeared as a result of the application of the tongue to a small-diameter circular machine. Originally produced tailored socks, until 1857, we began to weave socks with pocket-shaped socks and socks. In 1864, the British W. Cottonon invented the Coton Socks (crochet flat knitting machine). In 1900, a double-needle round sock machine and a woven rib socks were produced due to the application of the double-headed needle to the small-diameter circular machine. The sock can be woven by a special mechanism of a sock machine or manually transferred to a sock machine by other machines. Socks, high heels, socks, socks (including socks and socks), reinforcements and socks are knitted by a sock machine.
The function of the control mechanism is to control the entry or exit of the machine during the process of weaving a sock, and to control the length of the syringe and the speed and steering as well as the length of the socks. The function of the transmission mechanism is to cause the mechanisms to take the formed coils out of the braided region by means of a weight, a roller, a gas flow or the like during the weaving process.
The function of the opening and folding mechanism is to start the mouth when the socks start to weave without coils, and fold the mouth when the socks are woven to a certain length, and fold the single layer of socks into double layers to make the socks have a good Elastic, no curling, usually done with a sock hook. The main function of the transfer mechanism is to move the coil from one needle to the other with a transfer mechanism to change the braid width of the hosiery and shape it.