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Hydraulic Toe Lasting Machine (Without Cement)
This is a specialized piece of equipment designed for the shoe manufacturing industry. It plays a crucial role in shaping the uppers of shoes to the lasts without the need for manual cementing. This machine streamlines the shoe production process, enhances product quality, and increases production capacity.
- Cement Elimination: This machine eliminates the manual cementing process by providing a reliable mechanism for attaching shoe uppers to lasts without the need for adhesive.
- Even and Close Attachment: It features a band and wipers that ensure the uppers are attached to the lasts evenly and closely, resulting in improved shoe quality.
- Adjustable Pressure: Operators can adjust the pressure for pressing the toe part of the shoe, preventing over-lasting and excessive pulling down of the uppers. This customization enhances precision in the lasting process.
- Independent Pincers: The machine is equipped with 9 independent pincers that can be adjusted to fit various shoe toe shapes. It also includes automatic balancing and descending mechanisms for improved quality and increased production capacity.
- Last Support Plate: To prevent lasts from slipping off during the process, the machine has a rising mechanism and heel supporter integrated into the last support plate.
- Customizable Settings: Various switches and adjustments are available to customize the machine for different shoe sizes and operations, ensuring versatility in production.
- Cement Applicator: Additional wipers and a cement applicator can be adjusted to ensure perfect attachment of the toe upper to the last.
- Independent Adjustment: The pincers and fixed plate can be adjusted independently to optimize the attachment of uppers to lasts, accommodating various shoe designs.
|Dimensions (LWH)||1710 x 950 x 1950 mm|
|Capacity||2000 (Pairs)/8 Hr|
|N.W. (Net Weight)||1100 Kgs|
|Hydraulic Oil||100 litres (68 no.)|
- Regularly clean and lubricate the machine to prevent dust and dirt buildup, which can cause damage or malfunctions.
- Conduct routine inspections to identify signs of wear, tear, or damage and address them promptly.
- Adhere to the manufacturer’s recommended maintenance schedule, including oil changes and filter replacements.
- Use the machine only for its intended purpose and within its stated capacity.
- Provide comprehensive training to all operators on safe and effective machine operation, emphasizing proper maintenance procedures.
- Ensure proper grounding of the machine to prevent electrical hazards.
- Authorize and train individuals before allowing them to operate the machine.
- Keep hands and loose clothing away from moving machine parts.
- Always turn off the machine and disconnect it from the power source before performing maintenance or repairs.