Flat Seam Sewing Machines in Vietnam

Hi, I built this webpage to promote Xuan Hoa sewing factory based in Ho Chi Minh City. They don't have flat seam sewing machines in Vietnam but I can introduce you to other factories that do have flat seam sewing machines in Vietnam.

My name is Chris, I have been working in the Vietnam Garment Industry since 2008. My expertise is advising fashion start-ups and sourcing factories. If you have any questions about flat seam sewing machines in Vietnam then contact me below.

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To understand flat seam stiches we can compare it to cover stitches. This article over at Fashion Incubator does a great job of illustrating the difference. Basically cover stitches join to fabrics and the stitch is at a right angle to the face of the fabric. A flat seam stitch blends the two fabric edges together so that the stitch and the face of the fabric are not at a right angle to each other.

In Vietnam there are factories that have flat seam sewing machines and know how to produce tight fitting activewear. Is that what you are looking for? Are you just wanting to buy the machines for find a factory that has experience operators that can produce your garments with flat seam sewing machines?

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Why did you search for flat seam sewing in Vietnam?

Are you starting an activewear brand? Do you need to find a factory that produces quality sportswear?

Thai Son S.P sewing factory has 43 flat seam sewing machines. They are 4 needle 6 thread machines. Thai Sons sewers have experience sewing sportswear, fitness wear, activewear and yoga wear that fit snuggly against the skin. They have produced for companies like KAPPA, VOLKL and CRAFT. They can source any combination of fabric you need that contains polyester, cotton, viscose, spandex, or modal. They can offer fabric finished like moisture wicking or anti bacteria. Would you like to connect with a flat seaming factory in Vietnam. I can introduce you.

To give you a quote they will need a tech pack or physical sample.
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Alternative to flat seam sewing in Vietnam

Have you heard of heat seal seams before? They are an alternative to flat seaming. The first time I heard about it I thought it was seam sealing. It's not. Heat sealing is not about waterproofing. It is about sewing without thread. It is an outerwear seam that you can’t pull apart with your own hands. It is a sportswear seam that is as smooth as a babies butt. The technology is not new. It has been around for 70 years; now it is entering the mainstream and it’s only 11% more expensive than conventional sewing. Let's dig in and figure this trendy technology out. How can you use it to add a new twist to your marketing message?

I am sharing this with you because I know a reliable heat seal sewing factory in Vietnam that can offer full package heat sealing. They can produce garments for you brand with expensive technology at an affordable price. Will your customers appreciate something new?

Heat sealing is also known as fabric welding. It is the process of bonding pieces of fabrics using heat and pressure coupled with adhesive films or reinforcing tapes. There are two basic methods of heat sealing fabric together. One is a dielectric welder that can be described as a stationary fusing press. The other method is called rotary welding because it involves feeding both pieces of fabric into a continuous roller. There are many variations of heat sealing seams. In this article I am focusing on ultrasonic rotary method. The factory I want to tell you about uses ultrasonic vibrations to bond two pieces of fabric together.
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