Semi-Automatic Heel Nailing Machine For Footwear (Pneumatic)

This Semi-Automatic Heel Nailing Machine is a versatile and efficient solution for the semi-automatic nailing of high heel shoes. Combining pneumatic power with automatic functionality, this machine streamlines the nailing process while offering precise control and safety features.

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  • Manual Nail Feeding: The nail box can supply 1-12 nails of varying lengths (10-25mm), allowing for flexible nailing options.
  • Automatic Nailing Sequences: Choose from multiple automatic nailing sequences to suit different nailing requirements, enhancing productivity and versatility.
  • Safe Operator Protection: Equipped with a safety protection device on the automatic nail supply arm, ensuring operator safety during the nailing process.
  • Adjustable Nail Angle: Select the nail angle to avoid nailing through the shoe heel, preventing damage and ensuring a precise finish.
  • Nailing Depth Adjustment: Special design allows for easy adjustment of the nailing depth, ensuring optimal results for various shoe types and materials.
  • Pneumatic Power: Operates using pneumatic power for automatic action, reducing material waste and ensuring consistent performance.
  • Fully Pneumatic Clamping: Utilizes a fully pneumatic clamping device to press the heel firmly and accurately during the nailing process, ensuring secure attachment.


Model Number 682s
Voltage 220V
Power 0.2KW
Machine Dimensions 800x720x2000mm
Net Weight/Gross Weight 415/450KGS
Capacity 1200 Pairs/8 hours
Air Pressure 0.6Mpa



  • Regular Inspection: Conduct routine inspections of the machine components, including the PLC control system, pneumatic cylinders, and nailing box, to ensure they are functioning correctly.
  • Lubrication: Keep all moving parts well-lubricated to prevent friction and wear. Use lubricants recommended by the manufacturer at specified intervals.
  • Cleaning: Regularly clean the machine to remove dust, debris, and accumulated residues. Pay special attention to the nailing box and nail feeding mechanisms to prevent blockages.
  • Alignment Check: Periodically check the alignment of the machine components to ensure accurate nailing and prevent misalignment-related issues.
  • Nail Inspection: Monitor the condition of nails used in the nailing process. Replace any worn or damaged nails promptly to maintain the quality of the nailing operation.

Safety Considerations

  • Operator Training: Provide comprehensive training to operators on the safe operation of the machine, including proper handling of controls, loading nails, and maintenance procedures.
  • Protective Gear: Ensure operators wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), including safety goggles, gloves, and protective clothing, to prevent injuries during machine operation.
  • Emergency Stop Button: Install an easily accessible emergency stop button on the machine to immediately halt operations in case of emergencies or malfunctions.
  • Safety Guards: Install safety guards around moving parts and nailing components to prevent accidental contact by operators and minimize the risk of injury.
  • Warning Signs: Clearly mark hazardous areas of the machine with warning signs to alert operators to potential risks and encourage safe operating practices.
  • Regular Inspections: Conduct regular safety inspections of the machine to identify any potential hazards or safety concerns. Address any issues promptly to maintain a safe working environment.


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