Electronic sewing machine
The electronic sewing machine is the most modern sewing machine, as it has the ability to make multiple and different types of stitches, by transferring the needle from one side to the other side, and moving it in a vertical and horizontal movement, and all this is done by a specialized and modern device, and the electronic sewing machine is considered A high-tech device that is very complex, and has sensors that tell the computer how to do the details of the sewing process by adjusting the needle movement, to create different patterns of sewing patterns.
It is noteworthy that the computer replaces the thread, and make the required adjustments to sewing, and the advanced home sewing machines have built-in computers and small displays to facilitate the sewing process, as the computer controls the various stages of sewing, as it moves the needle tape, tensioning discs, and other discs Various stitches are stored in the removable memory disk in the computer, and sewing patterns can be downloaded online by connecting the computer to the computer
The stages of sewing machine development
All inventions take many years to develop, and this is what happened with the sewing machine through the following:
In 1790: English inventor Thomas St. obtained the first patent for a complete sewing machine, and this machine was a perforated bead, a needle passing through the hole.
In 1810: the German Balthasar invented the automatic sewing machine, but he did not obtain a patent, because it did not work well.
1814: Joseph Madsperger managed to obtain a patent as a result of making several inventions to the sewing machine, but all his attempts were considered unsuccessful.
1804: Thomas Stone and James Henderson were granted a patent for a sewing machine that mimics hand-stitching. In the same year, John John Duncan was patented, and his invention was a multi-needle embroidery machine.
1818: John Adams Doug and John Knowles invented the first American sewing machine, but the machine failed to sew.
1830: French Barthelemy Themunier invented the first functional sewing machine.
1834: Walt Hunt invented the first successful American sewing machine.
In later years: Isaac Singer invented a sewing machine that operated on a downward and downward motion.
In 1905: electric sewing machines were invented, and their use became widespread, as they were used in homes, and the first mechanical sewing machines were used in garment production factories.
The goal of modernizing sewing machines
The modernization of sewing machines aims to accelerate the operation of sewing machines and facilitate their movement, in addition to obtaining less effort and time, by programming programmable operating machines, so that the machine can perform its various tasks, as the operator performs a task in the device, and puts it to the position ( Education), and therefore the machine learns various steps and functions of work, and despite the spread of all designs of modern sewing machines, the basic process in sewing has not changed yet, as modern machines are supported by an electric motor, and most of them are used for industrial purposes, and it is indicated that old machines are still used standing to this day in many countries of the world.