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What are the production processes of Melaleuca shoes?

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The workmanship of Melaleuca shoes is complicated, the process is complicated, the skills are high, difficult, time-consuming, and the process requirements are strict. There are nearly 100 processes such as shoe bangs, suede shoes, last shoes, trimming and edging, inspection, etc. It usually takes four or five days to make a pair of shoes. The hand-made bottom requires more than 81 stitches per square inch, at least 2,100 stitches per pair of shoes, and the hemp rope is thick and the needle eye is thin. When sewing shoes by hand, the last must be tight and flat. The needle size of the shoes should be evenly spaced, and the combination of the upper and the sole should be tight and full.

Each process has clear strict and meticulous requirements, pay attention to size, technique, strength and meticulousness, require clean, neat and accurate, strict and clear process requirements even penetrate into every action of the workers. The near-perfect craftsmanship makes the quality requirements of the craftsmen for raw materials, accessories and accessories also reach the realm of nitpicking.

The production of the sole of the Melaleuca-bottomed cloth must go through seven processes. Each process has clear strict and meticulous requirements.

1. Making robes: Paste the cotton cloth together layer by layer with paste, stick it to about 1.5 mm, and dry it into a cloth board, commonly known as "taping robes".

2. Cut the bottom: Cut the loop into pieces of the sole of the shoe.

3. Hemming: wrap the four sides of each sole with new white cloth strips.

4. Adhesion: Glue the eight or nine layers of the sole material after the hemming together.

5. Circle bottom: Use hemp rope to sew the bonded sole along the four sides. This process determines the style and strength of the shoes, so it is an important part of the seven processes.

6. Na sole: sewing sole with hemp rope. Requires more than 81 stitches per square inch of sole. The hemp rope is thick and the pinhole is thin, so it must be tightened by hand during processing, and the needle size must be evenly distributed.

7. Hammer sole: After soaking in hot water and sultry, the sole is flattened with an iron hammer. When the hammer is processed, it must be processed by the template and cannot be out of shape. This is actually the shaping process of the sole.

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