The workflow of textile embossing
1. The clothing linear vibration friction embossing machine utilizes the frictional heat energy generated on the contact surface of two workpieces to be welded to melt the plastic. Thermal energy comes from the reciprocating movement of a workpiece on another surface with a certain displacement or amplitude under a certain pressure. Once the expected degree of heat sealing is achieved, the vibration will stop, and there will still be a certain amount of pressure applied to the two workpieces to cool and solidify the newly heated part, thus forming a tight bond.
2. The clothing track type vibration friction embossing machine is a method of utilizing frictional heat energy for heat sealing. When conducting orbital vibration friction heat sealing, the upper workpiece moves in a fixed speed - circular motion in all directions. Exercise can generate heat energy, causing the hot parts of two plastic parts to reach the melting point. Once the plastic begins to melt, the movement stops, and the hot parts of the two workpieces will solidify and firmly connect together. A small clamping force can cause minimal deformation of the workpiece, and workpieces with a diameter of less than 10 inches can be thermally sealed using orbital vibration friction.
3. The clothing rotary embossing machine is generally used to heat seal two circular thermoplastic workpieces. During hot sealing, one workpiece is fixed on the bottom mold, while the other workpiece rotates on the surface of the fixed workpiece. Due to a certain amount of pressure acting on two workpieces, the heat generated by friction between the workpieces can cause the contact surface of the two workpieces to melt and form a solid and sealed bond.
4. The clothing hot plate embossing machine mainly uses a temperature controlled heating plate to heat and seal plastic parts. During heat sealing, the heating plate is placed between two plastic parts. When the workpiece is tightly pressed against the heating plate, the plastic begins to melt. After a pre-set heating time has passed, the plastic on the surface of the workpiece will reach a certain degree of melting. At this point, the workpiece will separate towards both sides, the heating plate will be removed, and then the two pieces of workpiece will be combined together. When a certain heat sealing time and depth are reached, the entire heat sealing process is completed.