Zipper sliders can be further categorized into Non Lock Sliders, Auto Lock Sliders as well as Semi Auto Lock Sliders based on functioning. In this post, we would like to discuss a couple of zipper sliders that are very special, including:
Metal zipper is the oldest type of zipper, extensively used for jeans, jackets, bags, shoes, and other heavy-duty or decorative items. There are numerous zipper manufacturers and suppliers available in the market today. We have walked you through the factors to consider for choosing a zipper manufacturer. Below, we would like to share why you should choose SBS for metal zippers among other leading brands in the world.
Aside from the material and build quality, an essential component that can make or break a handbag is the zipper. However, with the whole range of options available on the market today, it can be quite difficult to choose the right kind of zipper for particular handbag styles. What kind of material should you use? What type of slider? To help you out, here are a few step-by-step guidelines on choosing the right zippers for handbags.
As indicated by the name, color combination of coil zippers refer to those zippers that are designed with different colors in terms of the teeth elements, tapes and sewing threads. Below are 5 tips you must follow while using this type of zippers. Application The cross-wise strength of color combination of coil zippers is not so strong as that of the regular zippers, although they could lend a decorative and stylish touch to the items they are sewn onto. This lies in the fact that their teeth elements will feature less softness following the dyeing process and single-side double stich [Continue Reading]
There are primary 2 types of zipper sliders used for the footwear industry based on functioning-automatic or semi automatic (like pin lock) sliders. Auto-lock sliders function through a locking mechanism, which prevents them from sliding up or down unless the pull tab is tensioned. In other words, these sliders can be secured in place without dropping off along the zipper chain unwanted when in use. Semi auto-lock sliders won’t slide freely and smoothly unless the pull tab is raised or lifted to a certain degree to release the locking pin. This type of sliders may not function properly and the [Continue Reading]
Brief Introduction of Right & Left Insertion Pins All zippers typically consist of a bottom stop, slider and zipper teeth. However, depending on the zipper type and the preference of the manufacturer, certain separating zippers contain insertion pins on the right side while others have pins on the left. The side that the pin is located on determines whether the user inserts the pin into the retainer box on the left and moves the zipper pull on the right or the other way around. While some customers believe that this difference is related to whether the garment is made for [Continue Reading]