Feedrail® is what you'll use to get electricity to the machines in your factory. Our experts say that if you only have one or two machines to deal with, you won't need either. All you have to do is put each machine close to an outlet. But if the room is bigger and has more than one machine, it may be harder to get the electricity to those machines. Using extension cords in a business could get you in trouble with the law, ruin the look of the place, and put your workers in danger.
The feed dogs are secured in place by metal rods known as feed rails. A sewing machine's feed dogs are the small, toothed metal pieces that pull the fabric through the machine. The feed dogs can do their job because the feed rails keep them in place. The feed dogs on a sewing machine ensure that the fabric moves at a steady clip as you sew. Because of this, your stitches will be uniform and perfectly straight. Uneven stitches, puckering, or even broken threads can occur if the feed rails are damaged or out of alignment, preventing the feed dogs from smoothly moving the fabric. You may need to adjust or replace your feed rails if you experience uneven stitches or if the fabric is catching or not passing through the machine smoothly.