Carriage and Cam Plates picture

The carriage of an automatic flat-bed machine is more complex than a manual one, since it grants higher working versatility. Furthermore, on automatic machines the transfer of the stitches takes place automatically and is not manually controlled; these machines are also provided with special cams and needles.

The carriage slides on two bars and is driven by the transmission cross joint, from which it can be released for manual control.

When the carriage has reached the end of the stroke, it receives the commands for the cams.

On one end of the carriage, the rods receive the commands from the points. On the opposite end, on the same rods and strictly depending on the command received and the position of the lever, it is possible to read the letters revealing the position of the cams.

REAR PLATE

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FRONT PLATE

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Cams that can assume 2 positions: open and closed

Cams that can assume 2 positions: half-way and closed

FRONT PLATE

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Cams that can assume 2 positions: open and closed

Cams that can assume 2 positions: half-way and closed

  1. Fixed upper receiving cam
  2. Receiving cam
  3. Left lowering cam
  4. Fixed upper central cam
  5. Looping cam
  6. Raising cam
  7. Right lowering cam
  8. Fixed lateral cam
  9. Fixed transfer cam
  10. Fixed upper transfer cam M) Transfer cam
  11. Transfer raising cam O) Fixed upper transfer cam P) Lower needles selecting cam Q) Transfer cam

Picture 45 - Carriage and cam plates

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