Fusing Process and Quality Inspection of Fusing Machine in Apparel

Fusing Process and Quality Inspection of Fusing Machine in Apparel In this article you will learn how Fusing Process and Quality Inspection of Fusing Machine in Apparel is to be done. Fusing Process Fusing is a process which attaches interlining with garments by heat and temperature, fix interlining and fabrics… Continue reading

Sweater and Lingerie: Two Growing Subsections of RMG Sector of Bangladesh

Sweater and Lingerie: Two Growing Subsections of RMG Sector of Bangladesh Sweater – A growing sub-section of RMG sector in Bangladesh: Sweater production and export is the promising subsection of Bangladesh RMG sector. As per a report from the Dhaka Tribune, With the technological up-gradation of this sector, it contributes… Continue reading

Garments QC File

Garments QC File A QC file is quality control file in garments manufacturing also known as Trim Card or Garments swatch card, have all items what used in garments, Fabrics-trims for specific color and style, instruct what color and code number thread/label/zipper will be used for specific style and color.… Continue reading

Pilot Run Process in Garments Industry

Pilot Run Process in Garments Industry

Pilot Run Process in Garments Industry A pilot run is a precautionary manufacturing process of Garments manufacturing after PP meeting and before starting bulk production. Pilot run is also called as Trial run in Garments manufacturing, generally done in bigger lot (3000+ quantity), manufacturer cut 200-250 pcs for pilot run.… Continue reading

Neckties: Types, Names, Uses and Fabric

What is Neckties The neckties, therefore, are strips of silk, cotton or other fabric that fall on the chest. It is an aesthetic accessory that is worn on the shirt to camouflage the respective buttons. The types, characteristics and uses of the neckties were varying throughout history. Nowadays, they are… Continue reading

Principles of Lock and Chain Stitch Formation and Its Differences

Principles of Lock and Chain Stitch Formation Here in this article you will learn Principles of Lock and Chain Stitch Formation and Its Differences with phase wise details. The Principles of Lock Stitch Formation Lock stitch m/c requires two group of threads to form a stitch. A needle thread that… Continue reading

Heat Transfer Operation and Guidelines of Garments Manufacturing

Heat Transfer Operation and Guidelines of Garments Manufacturing

Heat Transfer Operation and Guidelines of Garments Manufacturing Heat Seal Label: In garments manufacturing it’s called heat seal or heat transfer label which shows the company’s brand logo or other important messages. Heat seal label is very attractive to a customer so its quality should be first class and label… Continue reading

Major Social, Technological and Environmental Contributions of RMG Sector in Bangladesh

Major Social Contributions of RMG Sector in Bangladesh

Major Social, Technological and Environmental Contributions of RMG Sector in Bangladesh RMG sector is one of the important sector which has so many contributions in social, technological & environmental development of Bangladesh. In this article, some major social, technological & environmental contributions of RMG sector is described. It will be… Continue reading

Types of Stitch Used in Garments Sewing (Part-1)

Types of Stitch Used in Garments Sewing

What is Stitch Loops or loops of one or more threads when bound with each other, either by interlacing, interloping or intralooping or combination of those when sewing fabric and each unit of such configuration is considered as stitch. Some Terminology Related with Stitch Interlacing During stitching when one loop… Continue reading

Conventional Layout Vs Rail Line Layout System of Garments Finishing Unit

Conventional Layout Vs Rail Line Layout System of Garments Finishing Unit

‘Layout’ is simply the orientation of product or process flow. From our day to day life it has so many significant impacts. In the RMG sector, every section has a specific kind of layout system as per work standard. Garments finishing is the last stage among top three stages (Cutting>Sewing>Finishing).… Continue reading