Sustainability Green Technology, Recycle-Technology of Sewing Technology by Applying the Stitch Bank Of Old Machines

Elnashar EA

Published on: 2023-05-30


What is the industrial digital transformation in the field of textile industries?

Industrial digital transformation “Auto mechatronics Society” refers to a set of innovation solutions and the transition to new business models and revenue streams consisting of three main pillars:

A- Technological Auto mechatronics in the field of textile industries.

B- Improving manufacturing processes in the field of textile industries.

C- Improving production in the field of textile industries.

The industrial revolution is a name that has been repeated since ancient times, and each of its stages has different developments, until we reached the fourth industrial revolution in its form different from the rest of the other revolutions. Greatly advances the industry.


Sewing machine; Sewing Technology


We are now in the process of exposing the largest technological change in the field of textile industries that humanity has not witnessed before, and that the changes that will occur contribute to saving the great time and effort that a person used to spend in the past.

The fourth industrial revolution and digital transformation in the field of textile industries:

In the recent period, there has been talk of a big boom in the world of textile industries and talk of a fourth industrial revolution. Every day huge progress.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution: It is the emergence of new technological devices and technologies, "the Auto mechatronics society" in the field of textile industries, which will help discover the world as a whole, but will positively affect the technological, economic and social aspect, in the twenty-first century after a century of surprises and developments, where many smart devices will be discovered. Which will replace the labor force, which makes everyone think about the importance of technological progress, as well as thinking about human labor, which will decrease with the advent of these devices? Artificial intelligence devices will replace the workforce in the field of textile industries, which is not easy for countries, as they want to obtain development, which contributes to increasing the production process, and at the same time they fear unemployment [1-4].

But in fact, the digital transformation that will witness the field of textile industries will help many future generations by focusing more on technological education, and therefore you will find a group of scientists and inventors who will achieve a huge breakthrough for you later. We see what is happening now in terms of technology and the invention of robots in the field of textile industries that do a lot of things instead of humans, just as genes are being modified, and artificial intelligence may replace humanity in the coming period. Also, new unexpected technological techniques will be invented in the field of textile industries, and this is confirmed by many scientists and experts. We are about to be exposed to an unexpected technological boom. Contribute to changing your behavior and changing the meaning of humanity.

Due to the tremendous technological progress and iterations of modern models in the field of textile industries that are compatible with the speed of response to scientific innovations in the fields of mechatronics and electronics in the fifth generation of technology. Given the importance of sustainability in its linguistic meaning. Sustainability is the technological term that describes how technological systems remain diverse and productive over time. Sustainability for technology is the ability to preserve the technological quality of life in which we live in the long term, and this in turn depends on the preservation of the natural world and the responsible use of natural resources. The term sustainability in the field of textile industries has become widespread and can be applied to almost every aspect of life on Earth, starting with From the local technological level to the global technological level and over different periods of time, the hidden technological cycles redistribute their elements in the technological and non-technological systems of the world, and have ensured permanent life for millions of years. But with the increase in the number of humans, the population of this earth, the technological systems declined and the change in the balance of natural cycles had a negative impact on both humans and other living systems.

There is ample scientific evidence that technology in the field of textile industries lives in an unsustainable manner, and that bringing human use of technological resources back within sustainable limits requires a great collective effort. The way to live in a more sustainable technological way can take many forms, starting from reorganizing the living conditions of an "Auto mechatronics society", for example, technological villages, advanced technological countries, sustainable cities, re-evaluation of economic and technological sectors, or engineering work practices in the field of sustainable textile industries. , using science to develop new environmental technology technologies, renewable energy, to make adjustments in individual lifestyles that conserve natural resources [5-8].

The concept of technological sustainability in the field of textile industries with the three pillars of sustainability:

A – Auto mechatronics Society

b- Environmental technology

T- The economy

The term technological sustainability has been used in the field of textile industries since the eighties of the twentieth century when it was first used in the sense of human technological sustainability, and this paved the way for the most common definition of sustainability and sustainable technological development:

Sustainable technological development is development that meets the needs of the present time without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

Sustainable technological development in the field of textile industries requires reconciliation between social, technological, environmental and economic demands, which are the three pillars of sustainability.

The three pillars of sustainability are not mutually exclusive, but rather mutually reinforcing.

What is the sustainability of sustainable technological development?

What should be its objectives?

How can these goals be achieved?

The idea of sustainable technological development involves the technological ecological economy. From this perspective, the economy is a sub-system of human society, the "Auto mechatronics society". On the one hand, it is necessary to be realistic and scientific in the field of textile industries, and a clear and specific statement of the meaning of the technological point. There is a simple definition of technological sustainability in the field of textile industries, as improving the quality of human life when we live within the absorptive capacity of the supporting technological systems, and with its ambiguity, that is, it gives the idea of technological sustainability quantifiable limits. But sustainability in the field of textile industries is also a call to action, and it is important in the progress or technological journey, so it is a political process, and therefore some of the definitions contained define common goals and values. He talked about a sustainable global technological community based on respect for nature, and universal human rights, Economic justice and a culture of peace [9-11].

Principle and Concepts in the Field of Textile Industries

The Auto mechatronics Society The philosophical and analytical framework for technological sustainability in the field of textile industries is based on links with many different disciplines and fields in the field of textile industries. In recent years, a new field has emerged known as the science of technological sustainability. Currently, the science of sustainability is not an independent field of knowledge in itself and tends to be a field to solve an existing problem and is directed towards creating a field that helps in making decisions related to solving this problem [12].

Scale and Context in the Field of Textile Industries

Technological sustainability in the field of textile industries is studied through many levels and reference frames in terms of time, place and many contexts in the technological organization "Auto mechatronics Society" through environmental, social and economic. The focus ranges from the total absorptive capacity of technological sustainability in the field of textile industries to the sustainability of economic sectors, technological and ecological systems, countries, municipalities, neighborhoods, home gardens, individual lives, individual goods and services, occupations, lifestyles and behavior patterns. In short, you engage the entire compass of technological and human activity or any part of them [13-15].

Consumption and population: technology and resources in the field of textile industries

One of the most important impacts of technology on humanity on Earth's systems is the provision of biophysical resources and especially, Earth's ecosystems. The environmental impact of society and humanity, the "Auto mechatronics society" as a whole, depends on the population as well as on the influence of the individual, and in turn depends on many complex methods related to the resources used technologically in the field of textile industries and whether they are renewable or not, and on the size of human activity relative to the absorptive capacity of the technological systems concerned. Accurate systems can be applied to manage these resources at many levels, from economic sectors, such as the manufacturing industry (in the field of textile industries), agriculture and industry, to organizing work, and to the patterns of consumption of households and individuals for individual resources, goods and services. The technological equation, which was developed in the twenty-first century, is considered one of the first attempts to develop a technological mathematical expression that explains human consumption through three elements:

  • Population at the levels of technological consumption
  • The term affluence is used in the Auto mechatronics community, despite its different meanings.
  • Auto mechatronics technology society, which is the impact on each user resource unit. Named technology, because this effect depends on the technology used [16-18].

A Measure of Technological Sustainability in the Field of Textile Industries

Technological sustainability scale is the term used to denote the bases of numerical measures used to manage the science of technological sustainability in the field of textile industries based on knowledge. The digital standards used in technological sustainability, which involve technological sustainability in the field of textile, environmental, social and economic industries, whether at the individual level or various combinations in the Auto mechatronics society are constantly evolving and they include indicators, standards, audits and standards of technological sustainability in the field of textile industries and certification systems such as trade Fair and organic, indexes and accounting, as well as evaluation, and other reporting systems. Which are widely applied at spatial and temporal scales? Some of the best known and widely used technology sustainability measures include Corporate Sustainability Reports, Triple Bottom Line Accounting, Global Technology Sustainability Association and estimates of the quality of individual countries' sustainability governance using the Environmental Sustainability Index and the Textile Environmental Performance Index.

Living a Sustainable Auto mechatronics Society

Sustainable living is a lifestyle that seeks to reduce the individual or community's use of the Earth's natural and personal resources. Sustainable living practitioners seek to reduce carbon emissions by changing transportation, energy consumption and diet. Proponents of sustainable living aim to make their lives sustainable in a natural, balanced way, respecting human symbiotic relationships with the environment and the Earth's natural cycles. This practice and the general philosophy of ecological living are closely intertwined with all principles of sustainable development. Sustainable living in the 21st century is characterized as a shift to renewable energy a shift to renewable energy and a reuse or recycling economy with diversified transportation systems In addition to this philosophy, certain eco-village builders such as the villages aim that the shift to renewable energy technologies will only be successful if they The resulting built environment is attractive to the local culture, and can be preserved and adapted as necessary over generations [19].

Sustainable living is essentially the application of sustainability in lifestyle choices and decisions. Only one concept of sustainable living that expresses what it means in terms below the triple line and meets current environmental, social and economic needs without compromising these factors for the next generation. Another broader concept describes sustainable living in terms of four interrelated social domains: economy, environment, politics.

  • In the first concept: sustainable living can be described as an “Auto mechatronics society” as living within the innate capabilities determined by these factors.
  • In the second concept, or what is called the concept of circles of sustainability, sustainable living can be described as an "Auto mechatronics society" by discussing relationships with needs within certain limits in all interrelated areas of social life.

Sustainable Design and Sustainable Development Are Critical Factors in Sustainable Living

Sustainable design includes the development of appropriate technology that is appropriate for sustainable living practices.

Sustainable development in turn is the use of this technology in infrastructure in the field of textile industries is the most common example of this practice [20, 21].

Discussions and Results

We find that the Egyptian sewing machine "Nefertiti Egyptian Sewing Machine", which was produced by the Egyptian military factories in the fifties and sixties of the previous century, has stopped production, and the Egyptian factories and families for the production of ready-made garments have begun to import knitting technology from machines and tools, And Egyptian machines are now included in international museums such as the British Museum in London.

Egyptian Nefertiti Sewing Machine Art Foundation.

Egyptian Nefertiti Sewing Machine Art Foundation.

In the heart of the British capital, London, the British Museum is located near the Holborn subway station, and includes thousands of priceless and precious artifacts, including exhibits from Egyptian antiquities.

Egyptian Nefertiti Sewing Machine Art Foundation.

Significance of the Project

Which affects the investment and establishment of factories in the cost of capital to purchase machinery technology from this point of view? It was necessary for us. To recycle this technology "old machines" to benefit from them in order to achieve rationalization and saving and economy in capital in the return of the local economy. As The Sewing Stitches bank is an electronic device which produces electric energy for consumption when charge Sewing Stitches, it is an external charging Sewing Stitches for Sewing machine [22].

The Benefit of These Design Include

  • Charging of Sewing Stitches when it runs out of old Sewing machine with modifications of using Auto mechatronics.
  • It is portable, is neither heavy nor inconvenient to carry.
  • It has a multiple socket for all kinds of old Sewing machine with modifications of using Auto mechatronics.
  • It can charge all kinds of old Sewing machine with modifications of using Auto mechatronics.
  • It can run for several systems and keeps feeding old Sewing machine with a modifications of using Auto mechatronics.
  • The Sewing Stitches bank is a very affordable tool.

Aims and Objective

This design Sewing Stitches bank is an electronic device aimed at achieving with modifications of using Auto mechatronics the following.

  • To construct a Sewing Stitches bank that will be able to charge all types of Sewing machine.
  • A Sewing machine that is capable of supplying 90 stitches current.
  • A Sewing machine with short circuit protection.
  • A Sewing Stitches bank that as over- charging protection.
  • A Sewing machine that the Sewing Stitches is rechargeable [23].

Scope and Limitation

This project is the design and construction of 90 sewing stitches bank for use in residential homes, commercial homes, offices etc., to charge sewing stitches with a modifications of using Auto mechatronics.

The limitation of these designs is that it can only be used for the charging of sewing machine with a modifications of using Auto mechatronics and it should not in any case used to charge other high current consumption Sewing machine such as very old machine with a modifications of using Auto mechatronics, etc.



Sewing stitches bank has made a lot of impact both on human’s life as a result of the fact that people find it difficult to do away with their Sewing machine switch off or drained out while they are away from their home or offices or which can be as a result of outage or interrupted sewing stitches supply.

It has also improved the economy tremendously as more people buy it as a necessity for the purpose of charging their Sewing machine.


This project is recommended for use in office or at any locations for the charging of Sewing machine when there is interruption of electronic Sewing stitches bank has supply and should not in any case use to charge high consuming Sewing machine from laptop computer.  


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