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Stitch World August, 2015

Today, joining of more than one ply of fabric is achieved predominantly by sewing which involves sewing needle and sewing thread as the enablers. The basic kinematics of sewing machine that we use today was developed during the beginning of the 19th century. Over the years mechatronics and electronics have been added to enable better productivity, repeatability of output and consistency of quality. In the last one-and-a-half decade the integration of computer and information technology made the machines capable of generating, storing and transmitting data automatically with ease of diagnostics and quick repair. Today, flexibility or multiple modes of usage in…

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