what is seas?
SEAS System: silicone edge automated stitching
The SEAS system (Silicone Edge Automated Stitching Solutions) was developed by MEEVO MKF as an answer to the high productivity of digital textile printers, and to the strong growth of the SEG (Silicone Edge Graphics) market
The SEAS solutions present automatic and semi-automatic sewing options for silicon and PVC, adaptable to the level and productivity demand of each company
SEG has revolutionized the communication means, bringing novelty to the digital textile printing companies’ options. The fabrics used in digital textile printing are produced and finished with thought set on the SEG industry
What is SEAS
But what are exactly SEG and SEAS?
Silicone Edge Graphics (SEG)
Silicone Edge Graphics is the result between latex, sublimated or UV textile printing with a sewed silicon keder on the border all along the perimeter of the fabric, and then applied in aluminum frames, allowing it to acquire a seamless and frameless look, resulting in a clean and almost structureless appearance, emphasizing the communication and design of the printed fabric.
Silicone Edge Automated Stitching (SEAS)
The SEAS system is a concept that emerged from continuous research and development that offers a series of revolutionary solutions to the SEG (Silicone Edge Graphics) industry.
This innovation offers digital fabric printers the possibility to accomplish their silicon border finishes in an automated manner, increasing quality standards and productivity, while reducing the probability of error from the operator.
SEAS systems focuses on a specific function - sewing silicone/PVC
Why does the SEAS system make such a difference on textile finishing?
The system was developed to ease, help, guide and enable the sewing of silicone/PVC keder on fabric. There are great advantages in the use of SEAS, from the even feeding of the silicone into the machine to the perfect result obtained with low effort. It allows for a high level of automation thus increasing the production speed without compromising the quality of the executed work.
There are innumerable advantages when using the SEAS system:
.A smaller probability of error from the operator;