you ever wondered
about the quality of threads when you buy furniture? Probably not, and
that is why we would like mention it. There are many types of threads
and in our store we use only threads capable of sustaining high
physical pressure and high temperatures.
We find the following
very important about threads. Thread is supposed to be consistent to
the point that the tensions on a machine only need to be set once, for
any batch. When going through the needle cycle in an industrial machine
the thread is accelerated to over 250 km/h in two opposite directions
in each stitch. The needle heats so much that it can fuse certain
threads. This process is repeated endlessly while sewing and the
threads work through this to produce a flat, strong even seam when
properly tensioned and matched to the machine and fabric being sewn.
careful choice of the type of needle is also very important, especially
when it comes to any movable part of your furniture. If there is no
correlations between the size of the thread and the needle a problem
with furniture is most likely to occur. For example, if the needle is
too big it will result in poor loop formation and missed stitches. All
of the raw edges on movable parts of furniture are protected with a
five thread over lock machine with safety stitch.