|Country Of Origin||Canada|
One (1) lane of fabric coming from the let-off of the AES-4600 will be straightened and positioned under the sewing head to apply the decorative label on the towel. The fabric is fed in-line from the AES-4600 to the ESI-1200 machine. The fabric length is measured, straightened, cross-cut, and transported to the sewing section consisting of one left and one right sewing head. It is possible to apply a flat or folded label to the hem. After the sewing operation, the towel is fed to an inspection station, comprising of reversing conveyors. Once inspected, the towel is fed into the lateral folding section of the T-Max machine comprising of up to four (4) lateral folds. The towel is then transferred via a roll-off conveyor to the cross-fold section. The cross fold operates with Swingarm stations to assure a perfect fold. The cross-folded towel is then stacked on an indexing conveyor.