Sports Shoe Back Part/Counter Moulding Machine

Elevate your shoe manufacturing process with the Sports Shoe Back Part/Counter Moulding Machine. This highly efficient and versatile machine is designed to streamline the production of sports shoe back parts or counters, ensuring exceptional quality and increased output.


  • High Efficiency: The machine features a double cold and hot mould set, delivering impressive output rates.
  • Dual Temperature Control: The hot mould’s inner and outer parts can be separately adjusted for temperature, catering to various upper and lining materials with different heating requirements.
  • Precise Moulding: The back counter pre-moulding process ensures a tight and smooth attachment of the upper and lining, reducing reject rates and maintaining superior quality.
  • Ergonomic Design: The slant operating platform enhances operator convenience and ease of use.
  • Adjustable Clamp: The switch for the adjustable clamp can be turned off when not needed, accommodating different shoe types.
  • Custom-Made Last Mould: This machine offers the highest accuracy thanks to its custom-made last mould.
  • Inverse Mould: A special inverse mould is included for reshaping rejects, eliminating wrinkles, and preserving the perfect appearance of the shoe’s topline.
  • Efficient Cooling System: The environmentally-sound cooling system is uniquely designed for the best cooling effect, with rapid efficiency (vaporizer temperature drops to -20°C after just 10 minutes of normal operation).


Model BS-9670B
Dimensions (LWH) 1080 x 930 x 1460 mm
Packing Size (LWH) 1090 x 940 x 1470 mm
Weight 280KG
Production Capacity 1400~2000 PAIRS/8 HRS
Power 3.5KW
Voltage 220V


  • Regular Cleaning: Keep the machine clean and free from debris, dust, and adhesive residues. Clean the work area and machine components daily or as needed.
  • Lubrication: Lubricate moving parts according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. This includes pivot points, guide rails, and other components requiring lubrication.
  • Inspect Electrical Connections: Periodically inspect electrical connections, wires, and cables for signs of wear, damage, or loose connections. Ensure all connections are secure.
  • Cooling System Maintenance: Maintain the cooling system as recommended by the manufacturer. Check for any leaks, blockages, or malfunctioning components. Proper cooling is essential for machine efficiency.
  • Adjustment and Calibration: Regularly check and calibrate the machine’s temperature control and pressure adjustment systems. Ensure they are operating within the specified parameters.
  • Replace Worn Parts: Replace any worn or damaged components promptly to prevent breakdowns and maintain consistent product quality.
  • Safety Checks: Regularly inspect safety features such as emergency stops, guards, and sensors. Ensure they are functioning correctly.
  • Operator Training: Provide proper training to machine operators on safe operation and basic maintenance tasks. Encourage them to report any issues promptly.

Safety Considerations

  • Operator Training: Ensure that operators are adequately trained in the safe operation of the machine. They should be familiar with all safety features, emergency procedures, and safe work practices.
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Require operators to wear appropriate PPE, such as safety goggles, gloves, and hearing protection, as needed for their tasks.
  • Machine Guards: Verify that all machine guards and safety shields are in place and functioning correctly. Operators should never bypass or remove guards during operation.
  • Emergency Stop: Ensure that the machine is equipped with an easily accessible emergency stop button. Train operators to use it in case of an emergency.
  • Proper Ventilation: Adequate ventilation is essential, especially when using adhesives or other materials that release fumes. Maintain proper airflow to reduce the risk of exposure to harmful substances.
  • Lockout/Tagout: Establish lockout/tagout procedures to safely de-energize and isolate the machine during maintenance or repairs.
  • Pressure Control: Train operators to use the pneumatic pressure system responsibly and avoid overloading the machine or using excessive pressure.
  • Temperature Control: Ensure that operators understand and adhere to temperature control guidelines to prevent burns or overheating.
  • Maintenance Safety: When performing maintenance tasks, always disconnect power sources, release pressure, and follow lockout/tagout procedures to prevent accidental machine activation.
  • Safety Signs and Labels: Clearly mark hazardous areas and provide safety signage to remind operators of potential risks.


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