Vamp Crimping Machine- Single Station (Pneumatic)

This is a specialized machine designed for the shoe manufacturing industry, specifically for the shaping and molding of shoe uppers, including boots and various materials. This machine utilizes pneumatic technology to heat the upper mold, softening the vamp and allowing it to conform to the shape of the last.

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  • High-Quality Materials: The machine incorporates a plastic mold made of wear-resistant and heat-resistant silicone. The aluminum film temperature reaches up to 200°C, ensuring effective shaping without damage to the materials.
  • Precise Shaping: After shaping, the upper is bonded tightly, preventing wrinkles, deformation, or bubbles. This precise shaping enhances the quality of the shoe uppers and reduces the likelihood of breakage.
  • Time and Cost Efficiency: The machine allows for the quick shaping and modeling of samples, reducing development time and overall production costs.
  • Increased Output: Accurate vamp shaping makes the upper operation easier, increasing overall production output.


Model BS-1143
Voltage 220V
Power 0.8KW
Dimensions 680 x 520 x 1950mm
Type Pneumatic
Weight 125kg
Output Approx. 3000 Pairs/8H


  • Regular Cleaning: Clean the machine regularly to prevent dust and debris buildup, especially around the mold and heating elements. Use appropriate cleaning materials that do not damage the machine components.
  • Lubrication: Lubricate moving parts, hinges, and cylinders as per the manufacturer’s recommendations to ensure smooth operation and prevent premature wear.
  • Inspect Heating Elements: Regularly inspect the heating elements and ensure they are in good condition. Replace any damaged or worn-out heating elements promptly to maintain consistent heat distribution.
  • Adjustment Checks: Periodically check and adjust the machine’s settings, including temperature, timer, and pressure settings, to ensure they are accurate and aligned with the production requirements.
  • Safety Checks: Verify the safety features of the machine, such as emergency stop buttons and safety induction devices, to ensure they are functioning correctly.
  • Cylinder Maintenance: If the machine uses pneumatic cylinders, check for air leaks and replace any damaged seals or components.
  • Wiring Inspection: Inspect the electrical wiring and connections for wear, damage, or loose connections. Ensure that the power supply is in good condition.
  • Replace Consumables: If the machine uses consumables like silicone molds or films, replace them as needed to maintain consistent and high-quality results.

Safety Considerations

  • Training: Ensure that all operators are properly trained in the safe operation of the machine. Training should include the correct use of controls, understanding of safety features, and emergency procedures.
  • Protective Gear: Operators should wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) such as safety glasses and heat-resistant gloves to protect against potential hazards, including hot molds.
  • Proper Grounding: Ensure that the machine is properly grounded to prevent electrical hazards. Check the grounding regularly.
  • Emergency Stop: Familiarize operators with the location and use of emergency stop buttons. In case of any malfunction or safety concern, the machine should be stopped immediately.
  • Hand Safety: Keep hands and loose clothing away from moving parts, especially during machine operation. Never reach into the machine while it is in operation.
  • Disconnect Power: Before performing any maintenance or repairs, turn off the machine and disconnect it from its power source to prevent accidental activation.
  • Ventilation: Ensure adequate ventilation in the workspace to dissipate heat and fumes generated during the molding process.
  • Lockout/Tagout: If maintenance or servicing requires access to internal components, follow lockout/tagout procedures to isolate energy sources and prevent accidental startup.
  • Regular Inspections: Conduct regular safety inspections of the machine and its surroundings to identify and address potential safety hazards.
  • Manufacturer’s Guidelines: Always adhere to the manufacturer’s maintenance and safety guidelines provided in the user manual or documentation.


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