Textile & Fashion

Quality Improvement Techniques in Apparel Industry

Quality Improvement Techniques in Apparel Industry or Garments Industry As quality is one of the key success factors, managers always try to devote their effort for improving the quality of garments. In this article we will show you how quality improvement techniques in apparel industry can be ensured.  Not only productivity but also quality improvement getting most importance in apparel…
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Garments Quality Standard

Garments Quality Standard Garments Quality Standard is now one of the most important factors that need to be maintained as because people are now more conscious about the quality of garments. The quality standards may vary company to company, market to market, but there is some common quality standard which all garments always try to maintain. Here I am going…
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Overview of Modern Auto Cone Winding Machine

Auto cone is a modern yarn winding machine. It is use to prepare bigger package from ring bobbin. It is just not only has a winding machined, there also some extra specification of this machine. An Overview of Modern Auto Cone Winding Machine Features of auto cone winding •    Auto splice without knot. •    Automatically remove yarn fault. •    Make…
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Pattern Making in Garments

Pattern is a hard paper which is made by following each individual component for a style of garments. The appearance and fit of garments is highly dependent on each process. In the development of a garment pattern making is one of the most important step. Pattern making in garments depends on the Skill of the person Technological Knowledge. Analysis of…
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Difference Between Tailor and Garment

Difference between Tailor and Garment Garment can be made in both in tailor and in garments industry. What is the basic difference of these two ways of garment manufacturing process? Here mentioning the difference between the tailor and garments. Tailor In tailors, it takes 1 or 2 person to make a garment. Generally garment is made for a particular person…
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Process Sequence of Fabric Cutting

In garments manufacturing fabric cutting means to cut out the garments pieces from lays of the fabric with the help of cutting template or marker. Cutting is one the major step to make a complete garment. For cutting of fabric generally the marker is applied to the top ply of a lay. Process Sequence of Fabric Cutting Section In garments…
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Indirect Yarn Count System

Yarn Count There is a nice definition of yarn count according to textiles institute of UK, “count is a number of indicating the mass per unit length or length per unit mass of yarn of yarn” In other word count can be defined as , the numerical values which expresses the fineness or coarseness of yarn. It indicates the relationship…
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Yarn Count

Direct Yarn Numbering (Yarn Count) System Count is a numerical value which is used to express the fineness or coarseness of the yarn. yarn count also indicates the relationship between length and weight of the yarn. So, as definition of yarn count we also can say yarn count has been introduced as a certain ratio of length to weight or…
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Primary Motion of Loom

Primary Motion of Loom There are many mechanisms on a modern weaving machine for various purposes. There are five basic mechanisms that are essential for continuous weaving. They are as follows: Warp let-off Shedding Picking Beat-up Fabric take-up Warp let-off Warp let-off mechanism releases the warp yarn from the warp beam as the warp yarn is woven into the fabric….
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What is Non Woven Fabric

What is non woven fabric? Nonwoven fabrics are flexible, porous products consisting of one or more fibre layers. In nonwoven fabric the fibres may either preferentially oriented in one direction or may be deposited in a random manner. They are bonded by chemical, thermal or mechanical processes into textile products. Nonwoven are mainly planar structures. This is a young branch…
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