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Industrial Sewing Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of industrial sewing companies and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source industrial sewing companies with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate industrial sewing companies that will meet your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading industrial sewing companies. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for industrial stitching, industrial sewing contractors, or custom industrial sewing.

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  • Garden Grove, CA 714-891-9119

    CustomFab USA has been a trusted American sewing contractor since our inception in 1990. Our 77,000 square foot high-tech manufacturing facility allows us to produce and ship a myriad of products. We have experience serving industries such as medical, sporting goods, military, aerospace, pets, and travel. With unparalleled customer service, a skilled manufacturing workforce, and tried-and-true processes that protect your intellectual property, you can count on our team to meet your needs.

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  • Houston, TX 800-320-0399

    Since our founding in 1972, our goal at Landes USA has been to set ourselves apart from our competitors by providing specialized sewing contract solutions for our customers. We love to "Get "Carried Away" with the many products that we offer, such as totes, duffels, backpacks, coolers, and many more. Whether you need a fully customized, made-to-order solution or a standard design, Landes has got you covered!

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  • Brookfield, WI 262-777-2280

    LJ Design & Manufacturing is an elite sewing contractor specializing in standard and custom sewn industrial and medical products. Since 1844, we have successfully manufactured products for healthcare, transportation, veterinary, sports venues, universities, advertising, and many more industries. Highly technical products and materials are our specialties. Contact us today to get started!

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  • Wood Dale, IL 630-694-9178

    Serving the industrial & consumer marketplace with sewn protective covers for laptops to locomotives. We are a family owned business that has been providing heavy & light gauge industrial & specialty sewing since 1987. An innovative, high quality organization delivering superior custom products on time.

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  • Addison, TX 972-661-1166

    We specialize in the design and manufacturing of commercial sewing and industrial sewing such as safety harnesses, lockable fabric security covers for shopping mall displays, cart and kiosk covers, watersports products, parasail equipment, parasail manufacturers, parachutes, custom sewing for retail stores and anywhere that has a Kiosk, concession, or any type of display that needs to be secured.

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  • St. Louis Park, MN 952-767-7770

    Project Regina Contract Sewing can work with you at any part of your design or production state to complete your project. From spreading and cutting fabric to industrial sewing contracts, we will customize a plan that works best for you. We have over 50 years of experience in the soft good textile business and can help you with any sewing needs you have. Sewing for heavy-duty and industrial materials including heavy-duty carpeting, PVC, Velcro (hook and loop), canvas, and ballistic nylon.

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Industrial Sewing Industry Information

Industrial Sewing

Sewing is a craft that has been with humanity for all of recorded time. It was once an essential skill, held by all of those who wished to clothe themselves and their families. Later, sewing work was often contracted out by wealthy families.

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History of Industrial Sewing

Once upon a time, a piece of clothing took between ten and fourteen hours to sew. All of that began to change, however, with the introduction of the first modern sewing machine in the mid-1800s. The first electric sewing machines were introduced by Singer Sewing Company in 1889. The modern sewing machine allowed individuals and clothing manufacturers alike to begin producing their products more quickly and less expensively.

Eventually, continual advancements in the sewing industry and changes in society gave rise to the prevalence of ready-to-wear clothing. Thanks to the demand for ready-to-wear clothing, as well as the general demand for textiles, industrial sewing has become an important industry all around the globe. Today, industrial sewing companies and contractors offer a variety of services on both small and large scales, from fabrication and packaging, to product design and engineering.

Application of Industrial Sewing

Industries that make use of industrial sewing services include aerospace, retail and customer service, transportation, travel, sports and recreation, healthcare, screen printing and furniture. In aerospace, aircraft manufacturers require a myriad of goods provided by industrial sewing companies, such as carpeting, seat covers, door products, ground service covers and insulation blankets.

Retail and customer service businesses, like grocery and department stores, banks and insurance providers, all purchase sewn courier, transit and/or security bags, to keep their products safe. In transportation and travel, industrial sewing services provide vehicle seat covers, vehicle mats, and soft luggage. Industrial sewing is also contracted to fabricate outdoor and sporting products like tarps, sleeping bags, standard and custom sewn tents, and rain jackets and ponchos.

Commercial sewing operations, like screen printing companies and furniture companies rely on industrial sewing material to make large quantities of their products, such as t-shirts and couch covers, respectively. Versatile products of industrial sewing like pouches can be used in any number of different industries, such as in industrial manufacturing, for tool storage, in banking, for money storage, and around the house, for the storage of makeup or accessories.

Process of Industrial Sewing

The products of industrial sewing are used and observed throughout the world everyday. Not all products made possible by industrial sewing, however, are produced by every industrial sewing provider. Instead, large, small and medium-sized sewing companies and providers offer a wide range of different services, depending on their capabilities. The choice of which type of provider with which to work depends entirely on a customer’s requirements. For example, while large-scale operations may produce identical products en masse, small industrial sewing companies can produce intricate, custom embroidered products. No matter if a customer chooses a large or small-scale provider, as long as they select a reputable, experienced manufacturer and convey their specifications well, they can expect high quality results.

Materials Used for Industrial Sewing

The materials used in industrial sewing are quite diverse. They include canvas, hypalon and neoprene, vinyl-coated nylon, polyester, cotton, suede, leather, webbing, felt and plastic.

Canvas
A particularly useful fabric and is both extremely durable and soft. This fabric, which is also breathable, is applicable in the creation of a diverse set of products, including curtains, grocery, book and all-purpose bags, backpacks, sails, marquees, tents, electronic device cases and shoes. Canvas is available in two basic types: plain and duck. In essence, duck canvas has more tightly woven thread than plain canvas.
Hypalon and Neoprene
Synthetic rubbers known for their shared chemical and abrasion resistance. Both of these rubber materials are mainly used to sew industrial products, but they can also be used to make a variety of items, such as laptop sleeves, leggings, fly fishing waders and wetsuits.
Vinyl-Coated Nylon
Lightweight, durable, easy to clean and weather resistant. In industrial sewing, these qualities most often lend themselves to the fabrication of industrial curtains, presentation cases, protective covers and waterproof bags.
Polyester and Cotton
Extremely common for design applications related to, among others, clothing, cleaning and bathing towels and washcloths, upholstery, bedding and wall decorations.
Suede
Enjoys less universal applications than polyester and common, but is commonly employed in clothing design.
Leather
Industrial sewing of leather is often commissioned for the creation of belts, jackets, boots, suspenders, saddles and the like.
Felt
Used for applications like industrial sound or vibration dampening, instrument dampening, the padding or cushioning of industrial parts, puppetry, and education.


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