Top Line Foaming Machine

Achieve the perfect finishing touch for your footwear products with the DF-258 Top Line Foaming Machine. This specialized machine is designed to provide the final molding and finishing for your shoe heels, ensuring they meet the highest standards of quality and appearance.


  • Heel Reshaping: The BS-258 employs electric heating to melt and reshape the glue of deformed heels, resulting in a straight and perfectly formed heel.
  • Damp Removal: The heating and cooling process effectively removes dampness, preventing mold growth and preserving the heel’s integrity.
  • Customizable Settings: Operators can easily regulate the machine to accommodate different vamp materials, ensuring versatile usage.
  • Temperature Control: With the ability to adjust the temperature down to -15℃, the BS-258 delivers exceptional molding results.


Specification BS-258 BS-259
Dimensions (LWH) 700 x 620 x 1250mm 1300 x 780 x 1300mm
Weight 185kg 370kg
Production 1400 pairs/8hrs 2800 pairs/8hrs
Power 0.7kw 1.4kw
Voltage 220/50HZ 220/50HZ
Pressure 0.6Mpa 0.6Mpa


  • Cleaning: Keep the machine clean from dust, debris, and residue. Regularly clean the heating elements, molds, and surfaces that come into contact with adhesive or foam.
  • Lubrication: Lubricate moving parts as recommended by the manufacturer to prevent friction and wear. Pay special attention to hinges, joints, and mechanical components.
  • Inspect Heating Elements: Periodically inspect the heating elements for signs of damage or wear. Replace any damaged elements promptly to maintain consistent heating.
  • Cooling System: Check and clean the cooling system to ensure proper heat dissipation. Overheating can lead to machine malfunctions.

Safety Considerations

  • Operator Training: Properly train all machine operators on safe operating procedures, including startup, operation, and shutdown protocols.
  • Protective Gear: Operators should wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), such as safety glasses, gloves, and aprons, to prevent injury.
  • Ventilation: Ensure the work area is well-ventilated to prevent the buildup of fumes or emissions generated during the heating and cooling processes.
  • Machine Inspection: Regularly inspect the machine for any loose or damaged parts. Address any issues promptly and perform repairs as needed.
  • Emergency Shutdown: Instruct operators on how to perform an emergency shutdown in case of any unusual incidents or emergencies.
  • Power Safety: Disconnect the machine from the power source when performing maintenance, cleaning, or troubleshooting. Lockout/tagout procedures should be followed.
  • Temperature Control: Exercise caution when adjusting temperature settings, and avoid extreme temperature changes that could lead to burns or other injuries.


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