PFAFF Industriesysteme und Maschinen GmbH

From the development of the first sewing machine with thread trimmer to the high-tech button sewer ,PFAFF 3307', the history of the PFAFF Industrial world innovations was always a central subject. We were always able to set new market trends and in this way expand our worldwide customer network with airtight solutions.

1960: The first machine with thread trimmer celebrates its world premiere

1960: In the same year the oil-free high-speed sewing machine for“dry” work is introduced post-bed machine wheel feed and driven roller presser

1967: Successful introduction of the first zig-zag machine with 6000 spm

1968: PFAFF Industrial presents the worldwide first automatic jeans pocket setter

1973: The first programmable automatic contour stitcher provides precision work

1995: Step-and-Go – the development of the first servo-stop-motor follows

2003: And yet another brand new success – the ,PFAFF 3307' button sewer

2006: PFAFF Industrial wins the 'IMB INNOVATION AWARD 2006' for the solution 'Programmed welding with 100% parameter control'

2007: In the theme sector upholstered furniture and bedding, a jury of experts for the 'Interzum Award' gives PFAFF Industrial an award with the distinction 'BEST OF THE BEST' for a newly-developed upholstery sewing machine

2007: PFAFF Industrial is awarded the 'Innovation prize 2007 for industry' by the INITIATIVE FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED COMPANIES for the solution 'Ultrasonic-welding machine PFAFF 8310 Cut & Seal'

2009: With the POWERLINE 3745 the PFAFF Industrial company realized for the first time a real-time online monitoring of thread tension for each stich and a skip stitch detection inside and outside of documented seams

With its research and development department PFAFF Industrial has always been up to date. This is also shown by the regular participation in government-aided research products. In mid-2005, for example, a project of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung – BMBF) for the further development of fibre-reinforced plastics for the employment in highly-loaded power transmission and highly-accelerated kinematic elements was completed. 

With ultra-modern technology, committed employees and the right feel for developments and trends in the standard and special machine construction you can continue to look forward to further milestones from us in future.

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