Today, a more advanced Leather Sewing Machine For Shoe is widely used in the shoemaking industry, Equipped with finger guard, belt, and take-up lever guards as standard. Precision, energy-saving servo motors replace human rockers; The source of all this is the outstanding contributions of three protagonists: Elias Howe, Isaac Singer, and John Nichols.
Hunt first invented the lock sewing machine but in the ocean faded away, Howe, who had been poor for most of his life, revived it twenty years later; Singer makes the shoemaking machine really useful and brings it to market; Nichols has improved the sewing machine to enable it to sew leather and apply it to the shoemaking industry on a large scale. In the years that followed, shoe-making machines swept the industry, workers no longer had to sew their uppers with a single thread, and the speed of shoemaking was greatly increased.
Nichols saw the I.M Singer's sewing machine advertisement, he keenly sniffed at the potential value of the new sewing machine. So he bought one of the first 25 sewing machines for a heavy price. At the time, Nichols, a shoemaker, naturally thought, why can't this machine be used to sew leather? So he took a lot of corner leather from the shoe factory and began the experiment.
Nichols found that the needles in his sewing machine were very thick, resulting in very loose stitches, So he found suppliers of sewing needles and wire, redesigned and manufactured smaller needles, and smoother stitches. After months of continuous renovation and experimentation, Nichols successfully stitched the leather with the machine.
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