Textile Flow Chart

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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Carded Yarn Manufacturing Process

Carded Yarn Carded yarn is formed by carding operation without combing. This yarn made from short staple spinning. Generally less 60s count yarn manufactured without bombing machine. But in particular time 60s or 80s count yarn manufactured without combing. There lots of short fibre in carded yarn, which produced less strength, yarns than combing. Features of Carded Yarn Low quality…
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Flow Chart of Knitting

Knitting is the process where yarn is manipulated to make cloth. Knitting can be done by hand or with the help of machine. In other words knitting is a technique of producing two dimensional fabrics into one dimensional yarn. Knitted fabric consists of a number of consecutive rows of loops, called stitches. As each row progresses, a new loop is…
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Classification and Objects of Scouring

Classification and Objects of Scouring Scouring Desized textile materials till contain oil, fats and waxes which are removed by alkali or detergent is called scouring. Objects of scouring/Objectives of Scouring To remove natural and added oils, fat and wax’s from the textile materials. Improve hydrophylicity. Improve absorbency. Prepare for the next process. To get uniform bleaching result. Flow chart of…
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Combed Yarn

Combed yarn is a yarn which is produced by combing process. This yarn is finer than carded yarn. Generally combing produced 60 count or more than 60 count yarn. But sometimes 32 counts or 40 count yarn also produced by combing process. It is high quality yarn and it is more expensive compared with carded yarn because its combining process…
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Flow Chart of Apparel Manufacturing Process

Flow chart of apparel Manufacturing Process /Garments Manufacturing Process Garments manufacturing process is related with several process that starts with the receiving of order and make shipment to the ultimate buyer. The process flow chart is based on the type of product and it can be different from one another. Flow chart of apparel/garments manufacturing process consists of design/sketch, pattern…
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Working Flow Chart of Textile Industry

Working Flow Chart of Textile Industry Textile industry produces textile materials. Different sectors of this industry are spinning, weaving, knitting, dyeing, and garments. Basically the working flow chart of textile industry consists of getting a buyer order, understanding buyer requirements, brought raw material, set program, start production, processing step by step, finishing (if need), testing product, qualified product according to…
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Flow Chart of Weaving

What can be the flow chart of weaving? Weaving is a process of producing fabric in which two separate sets of yarns are interlaced at right angles to form a fabric or cloth. In a weaving factory basically woven fabric are made. Basically the process of making woven fabric is known as weaving. Flow chart of weaving The process of…
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Flow Chart of Textile A to Z

Flow Chart of Textile A to Z or Sequence of Textile A to Z Textile manufacturing industry is a large sector dealing with many process. The textile manufacturing is not a new idea. If we look back the history of textile manufacturing we can get the idea that people using it according to their needs and the way of manufacturing…
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Flow Chart of Wet Processing of Woven Fabrics

What can be the flow chart of wet processing of woven fabrics? Wet processing is related with the manufactured gathering of fibers, filaments and for yarns. It is a process involved with the aqueous stage of pretreatment, dyeing, printing and finishing. Wet Processing: In a broader sense wet processing is the process of inspection of grey fabric, stitching, singeing, resizing,…
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