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From the perspective of the industry's development process, it is an inevitable trend to replace manual and semi-automatic flat knitting machines with a single system. What is the difference between single-system computerized knitting machines and dual-system computerized knitting machines as the same machine that replaces hand-cranked and semi-automatic flat knitting machines?
As the name implies, a single system is a system. Simply put, it is the same as the hand-cranked flat knitting machine. The head goes back and forth once in 2 rows (1 turn). The dual system combines the two heads, and the head goes back and forth once in 4 rows. Line (2 turns). But from the perspective of time efficiency, it is better to have dual systems, and in terms of overall efficiency, dual systems are also high.
Dual-system computerized knitting machines are more suitable for making complex patterns. The machine head can carry two yarn feeders simultaneously, but one of the systems may need to be turned off when making most simple patterns. Single-system computerized knitting machines are generally more cost-effective for general goods. The machine head is light, and the operation is flexible. It is slow to make complex patterns. Because a single system only needs one mouthful, it cannot be knitted one by one. As long as it is a pattern that a single system can weave, it can be woven with a double system, but a relatively complex pattern can not be woven with a single system.
A single system is undoubtedly cheaper than a dual system, and dual-system computerized knitting machines are more expensive. The single system machine and the dual system can work continuously for 24 hours. According to the current use efficiency, it is more cost-effective to use a single system.
The purchase of computerized knitting machines needs to be comprehensively considered from the three factors of speed, pattern, and price. We can see that the single-system computerized knitting machines have an advantage in cost and price, and the overall speed and pattern are dual systems. Prevail. As things stand, single-system computerized knitting machines are more popular due to price factors.
However, the proportion of dual systems will continue to increase in the foreseeable future. According to their operating conditions and plans, enterprises should choose to buy single-system computerized knitting machines or dual-system ones.