IJMTES – EMBEDDED BASED FULLY AUTOMATED SEWING MACHINE

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : EMBEDDED BASED FULLY AUTOMATED SEWING MACHINE

Author’s Name : Alagarraja Runnamed

Volume 04 Issue 03 2017

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 160-162

Abstract – This project is used to stitch the ready made size cloths and customize size cloth also by changing the program. This project mechanism is used to measure the size of the materials and it should match the given size of cloths, if it is satisfied then only precede next step of work. It checks the given size of materials which is to be design, and then cut the size of various pieces which is required to be stitch. After that the stitching machine is used to stitch the different pieces like a hand, pocket and border of the materials etc.…, all additional pieces are ready then it goes to main assembling section. This section is to assemble all the pieces which are to be made through the given size of cloths. After that it has been passed to iron the ready pieces of cloths, and then only it will be prepare the complete cloth based on correct measurements.

KeywordsComputer, Sensors, Limit Switch, Cutting Tool, Stitching Machines, Heater, Packing Machine

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