Sock machine density adjustment mechanism Sock machine […]
Sock machine density adjustment mechanism Sock machine density adjustment mechanism
The sock machine is equipped with a mechanism to control the "coil length" to meet the density requirements of different sections of socks. There are two common density adjustment mechanisms. One is a density adjustment mechanism that changes the position of the cylinder. This mechanism fixes the position of the bending triangle, and adjusts the position of the cylinder up and down according to the process requirements, so that the position of the sinker moves with it, thereby changing the drop of the sock needle to The distance between the lowest point and the "grip plane" of the sinker changes the coil length. The other is a density adjustment mechanism that changes the triangle position of the bending yarn. The positions of the needle cylinder and the sinker are fixed, and the position of the bending triangle is vertically moved according to the process requirements, thereby changing the bending depth, that is, changing the length of the coil, so that the density of the socks can be adjusted.
Sock Machine Control Chain Sock Machine Control Chain
According to the needs of the sock knitting process, the flat link chain and the high link chain are arranged and connected into a circulating chain. It has the dual functions of controlling the program transformation of the sock machine and the number of knitting courses of each section of the sock. The flat link chain without protruding head controls the number of courses in which the sock is knitted. A high link chain with a convex head controls the sock knitting program change, and at the same time, electricity has the effect of increasing the number of sock courses. Generally, the chain link with higher convex head is used to control many parts that need to be changed, and the program that requires early change motion; the chain link side with the lower convex head is opposite. When the cylinder rotates in one direction, a chain link controls the knitting of 12 courses; when the cylinder reciprocates, a chain link controls the knitting of 6 courses. The chain rotates once and controls the knitting of a sock.