John Boyt Industrial Sewing is a textile manufacturing company which offers banners, canvas products, industrial curtains, and nylon bags. The company was founded in 1973, in Urbandale, Iowa, United States.
The company looks to utilize their capabilities of computerized sewing, cutting, and vinyl welding equipment. They utilize a variety of materials that include vinyls, nylon, cordura, nylon pack cloth, Nomex, neoprene coated nylons, nettings, and canvas. They look to provide custom sewn products that meet customer requirements.
Some of the products that John Boyt Industrial Sewing manufactures and fabricates includes aprons, awnings, motorcycle bags, heavy duty nylon straps for agriculture equipment, covers for industrial lawn mowing equipment, load signs, flags, plastic paint masking, decontamination shower enclosures, and more.
Some of the focused projects that the company has participated in include the development of industrial sewing of a TV bag for the Electronic Industry, industrial sewing of a frame cover for the underground boring equipment industry, the production of a polyester equipment cover for aviation equipment, and the creation of a leatherette cushion pad for horse trailers.
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John Boyt Industrial Sewing
Urbandale, Iowa, United States
- Batch productionBatch production is a manufacturing process characterized by the parallel fabrication and assembly of multiple copies of the same product wherein all steps of the process must be completed before producing the next lot can be made.
- Textile manufacturingIndustry which produces fabric
- ManufacturingNAICS industry sector 31-33 - establishments engaged in the mechanical, physical, or chemical transformation of materials, substances, or components into new products.
- WeldingProduction engineering
- NylonFamily of synthetic polymers