Safety tips Working with sewing machines
Safety tips Working with sewing machines:
Although the sewing machine is considered a safe means, the presence of an electric motor, moving parts and sharp needles requires more safety.
* Keep your fingers away from the needle while sewing and never sewing your fingers.
A good way to use a finger protector is when sewing.
Approximately 60% of injuries caused by sewing machines are due to the needle fingerprinting each year.
Avoid working with a sewing machine during fatigue or distraction. It's likely that sewing is easy, quick and easy.
* If you do not use sewing for a long time, turn it off. The off wheel has a less appealing appetite for children.
* Use as much power as possible to connect your wheel feeder Try to plug the power cord and sewing fittings from behind and prevent the wires from spreading over the floor.
In case of corrosion of the joints, be sure to change them as soon as possible.
Separate your sewing machine up to a maximum of once every year. This will prevent potential problems, in addition to helping to improve the performance of the wheel.
Make sure that the wheel is turned off when changing or looking at different parts of the sewing machine, such as the LED bulb.
* Avoid tailoring on the vertebral apertures. This will, at the very least, reduce the quality of your sewing, and in the worst case it can cause bending and damage to your fingers
Avoid sewing on fabrics or other thick and dirty materials from the standard sewing efficiency.
Your work may need industrial sewing.
Consider the ergonomics of the sewing table and the seat you are using. A high table height can damage your back. Your feet should be flat on the floor and your elbows should have a 90 degree angle.
* When working in workplaces and busy environments, use sewing shoes for sewing.
Damage to a pedal or falling needles and teats, other sewing devices on the ground may cause damage to your feet.
Take caution when replacing needles and place them in a separate box to avoid confusion with new needles.
* Turn your sewing area well and from the right angle. This prevents your eyes from getting hurt and unnecessarily short on the sewing machine during work.
By following the safety tips you will be more pleased with the sewing