Industrial Sewing/Assembly

Combine material with the industrial strength of our sewing and assembly techniques.
Zippertubing® is ISO/TS 16949 and ISO 9001 certified, so our customers are assured the highest quality & shipping standards are always met.

Industrial applications call for industrial-strength assembly and production. Whether the product is installed on a space shuttle or within a home appliance, reliability is key. Zippertubing® ensures complete functionality of each product that leaves the manufacturing facility by utilizing industry-leading sewing and assembly techniques.

Zippertubing® offers a wide variety of materials to be sewn or assembled in a range of methods. Most of our machines run high-production sewing operations daily. From double-needle CNC sewing machines to using stainless steel thread for a high-temperature shielding solution, we can manufacture an innovative, custom solution for your industry or application needs.

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We can assemble a wide range of solutions with our sewing capabilities and raw material selections. From zippers to drain wires, there is no combination cannot produce.

With an extensive line of materials and ways to assemble products, we can offer a solution customized to fit your requirements.

The combination of threads and materials create a complete, custom solution. Our industrial machines can handle threads from stainless steel to Nomex, and will combine them effortlessly to produce your perfect solution.

We offer a variety of sewing and assembly options for creating your solution:

  • Single-needle and double-needle sewing machines
  • CNC sewing machine
  • Polyester thread
  • Nylon thread
  • Stainless-steel Kevlar thread
  • Textile steel thread
  • Nomex thread
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