Textile Flow Chart

Flow Chart of Fabric Preparatory Process in Garments

Flow Chart of Fabric Preparatory Process in Garments Finished dyed fabric is not always available for garments manufacturing process, most of the time we have to prepare the fabrics before manufacturing garment products. To ensure effective preparation we have to go through different processes, after that we get the required form of fabrics for manufacturing. All the processes involved with…
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Flow Chart of Garments Cutting Section

Flow Chart of Garments Cutting Section Before sewing you have to cut fabrics parts by parts according to measurement and sewing allowance. The function of cutting fabrics in accordance with the sewing allowance and required measurements is done by the cutting section of the garments. Cutting is the first step basically we may find in garments making. When cutting started…
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Flow Chart of Garments Finishing Process

Flow Chart of Garments Finishing Process In garments it is required to go through several processes for producing garment products. There are three main processes involve in garments. These are cutting, sewing and finally finishing. But among these three finishing is very important in apparel/garments sector. Although these processes are simple enough to do but careful monitoring and quality control…
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Flow Chart of Spinning Finishing Section

In spinning mill, after making yarn the others process is called finishing. Yarn faults remove; color mix check, right shape of yarn package and many others work done by this section. That’s why it is very important section. Flow Chart of Spinning Finishing Section Flow of spinning finishing section is started with Spinning=>Yarn in cop package=>Winding=>Yarn in cone package=>checking under…
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Manufacturing Flow Chart of Non Woven Fabric

Non woven fabric is the fabrics have chemical, mechanical, thermal or solvent material bonding. Nonwoven fabric made from long fibers. Non-woven fabric is very necessary for medical, industrial and different sector. Manufacturing Flow Chart of Non Woven Fabric The flow process of manufacturing flow chart of nonwoven fabrics is followed by preparation of the fabric=>Web formation=>Web bonding=>Drying=>Curing=>Finishing Written by A.M….
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Process Flow Chart of Jute Spinning

As jute is a long staple fiber, it is produced by long staple spinning process. Naturally jute is a long, soft, shiny vegetable fiber that can be spun into coarse strong threads. There many kinds of useful product made by jute yarn. Process Flow Chart of Jute Spinning The sequence flow of jute spinning is followed by selection of batch=>piecing…
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Flow Chart of Compact Yarn

Flow Chart of Compact Yarn Compact Yarn is made by cotton fiber. The compact spinning is a process where fiber strand drawn by drafting system is condensed before twisting it. Compact yarn is produced with maximum strength and Breaking elongation. Compact yarn reduced hairiness due to additional condensing zone in drafting system. That’s why there high capital cost in compact…
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Flow Chart of Garments Sample Making

Sample is the key of getting buyer order. It represents whole production. So we have to be careful about sample making. All garment manufacturers keep all quality of their sample. Flow Chart of Garments Sample Making Garments design or sketch (Manually or Computerized)=> Basic Block(Manually or computerized)=>Working pattern(By machine)=>Cutting=>Sewing=>Sample Garments=>Problem of production or develop process/sample or production matters=>Costing=>Delivery to buyer=>Sample…
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Flow Chart of Bale Management

Bale management is the first step of spinning. 40% yarn quality come from bale management. Good bale management give good result in yarn manufacturing. Good mixing depends on good bale management. Flow chart of Bale management Raw cotton => Bale-Moisture % test => Collect sample (Every bale) => Sample testing => Classify bale => Bale law down => Mixing *Ideal…
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Flow Chart of Rotor Yarn Manufacturing

Rotor spinning is known also open end spinning or break spinning. Now it is become very popular spinning.  Features of Rotor spinning process Yarn Coarser than carded or combed yarn Low count. Generally 20 count, highest 40s Yarn Use for coarser fabric Low manufacturing coast. Produced by low graded fiber High productivity Less wastage percentage No need of Simplex machine…
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