Industrial Computerized Sewing Machines
Computerized sewing machines work by being controlled directly by the computer. They have a series of sensors that tell the computer how all of the machine components are positioned. The computer can produce an endless number of complex shapes and lines by accurately moving the work area forward, backward and side to side whilst adjusting the needle assembly to diverge the stitching technique.
Man is sewing shirt in close shot. (buttonhole) 4 Shots 1920×1080