The full automatic fabric spreading machine is a type of fabric spreading machine that is an upgrade from the semi-automatic spreading machine. It is highly advanced and uses a microprocessor and robot to control the spreading of fabric. It has several advantages, including the ability to set the expected amount of plies before spreading, automatic stopping and signaling after spreading is complete, automatic splicing, and faster spreading with less labor cost. However, the full automatic fabric spreading machine also has its disadvantages, including the high cost of capital investment and the need for a skilled operator to operate the machine.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Full Automatic Fabric Spreading Machine
The full automatic fabric spreading machine is a newer and more advanced version of the semi-automatic spreading machine, which is widely used in the apparel industry. It operates using a microprocessor and robot, making it highly efficient and convenient.
- The machine can be pre-set for the desired number of plies to be spread.
- The machine automatically stops and signals the completion of spreading.
- The robotic system moves the fabric roll to the end of the table and sets the next roll in the spreading head after each roll is finished.
- The machine automatically splices the fabric when the last roll is finished.
- A sensor in the spreading head identifies any faults and cuts the defective fabric.
- The machine can handle any type of fabric and make any type of lay.
- The machine requires less time for fabric spreading and reduces labor costs.
- The machine is expensive, requiring a large capital investment.
- A skilled operator is required to operate it effectively.