When it comes to cutting supplies, any designer knows that good supplies are a must. We have a variety of cutting supplies that can make your process as efficient as possible as you work your threads through various fabrics from light-weight silk to heavy-weight denim.
This super heavy duty press is designed for higher-volume attachment of button covers, grommets, rivets and snaps in a quicker and easier manner with less fatigue compared to our standard duty non-electric press machines.
The press is heavier and 30% larger than other heavy-duty presses. It has a deeper throat which allows it to set snaps and grommets further from the edge of the fabric. Its longer padded handle provides more torque and reduces the force needed to press it.
Let’s consider the various circumstances that you can use eyelets and grommets for your product development in apparel, interior, and outdoor textiles. Eyelets and grommets can be used for several fabric types including light weight to heavy weight materials, it just takes an understanding to find their optimal uses. Eyelets are smaller than grommets.
Are you thinking about materials that might be a good match for a new product line? Whether you’re choosing natural or synthetic materials, we’ve got swatch cutters, hot knives, and foam cutters to meet your organizational needs!
A major part of the design process is planning. This includes thinking about the tools that can make your process as productive as possible. Starter supplies include a sewing machine, needles, tape measures, pins, and thread.
Whether you are putting a beautiful outfit together, repairing your car or renovating your home, you as a craftsman is only as good as your tools. The quality and output provided by your devices have a significant role to play in your activity.
Snaps are the simplest way of buttoning up. Right up there with other life changing inventions like the toaster or headphones, snaps are one of those everyday items that absolutely make our lives easier. Instead of looking for hard to spot buttonholes and pushing an unsuspecting button into a slightly too small hole, we can simply snap.