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 is changing day by day. Textile manufacturing mainly deals with conversion of fibre into yarn, then yarn into fabric and then finally fabric into textiles.
It’s very difficult to create a flowchart of textile manufacturing. Here I am presenting the textile manufacturing flow chart in shortly. This process includes getting textile raw materials, fiber making, yarn manufacturing, fabric manufacturing, wet processing, garments manufacturing or clothing, fashion design, textile calculation and finally marketing.
Flow Chart/ Sequence of Textile A to Z
Several types of calculation is required to be calculated for every stages of this process. Basic cost includes process costing, production, cloth consumption, all types of direct and indirect costing. After calculating cost of every department then profit can be identified which is the one of the main concern of the manufacturers.
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.
In a broader sense wet processing is the process of inspection of grey fabric, stitching, singeing, resizing, scouring, bleaching, sample testing, mercerizing, souring, washing, sample testing, dying, after treatment, printing, finishing, quality test of sample, assure quality, inspection, rolling, packing and finally deliver to buyer.
Wet processing is very important process of fabric. It is a Textile engineering department. Wet processing engineering is one of the major streams in textile engineering refers to textile chemical processing engineering and applied science.There a lot of factory just for wet processing call dying industry/mill.
Flow Chart of Wet Processing of Woven Fabrics
Sample tests after bleaching: pH, Absorbency, whiteness, Tegwa
Sample test after Mercerizing: pH, Absorbency
Quality test after finishing: all quality test according to buyer requirement and keep all quality of their want.
What can be the flow chart of lab dips production?
Lab dip is very important of dying factory. Because bulk production order depends on lab dips. A lab dip is a swatch of fabric that is made to test dye to meet the asking color standard. Lab dip plays a vital role in shade matching & this is an important task before bulk production of dyeing.
Simply we can say that a lab dip is a swatch of fabric test dyed to hit a colour standard.
Objectives of Lab Dip
To ensure the calculation of sample dyeing.
For comparing purpose of dyed sample with spectrometer or light box.
To get clear concept about recipe of sample dyeing.
To get approval from buyer by meeting their requirements.
Flow chart of Lab dip production/process:
Flow Chart of Lab Dips Production
**Swatch is a small sample which is generally provided by buyer. It indicates which exact shade what they are in need.
Textile manufacturing process is consist of different types of manufacturing stages. Here presenting basic manufacturing process in a flow chart.
Flow chart of textile Processing
Textile fibers :
Fiber means any substance that have high length to width ratio. But textile fibre means any substance which have high length to width ratio with suitable charateristics for being processed into fabric
In a spinning mill from textile fibre yarn is made. Spinning from fibre to yarn is a very complex procedure. If we consider of yarn spinning process then we will see that there are two types of cotton yarn according to their manufacturing process. One is combed and another one is carded.
Yarn is a continuous strand which is made by natural or synthetic fibre or material twisted or laid together that can be made into a textile fabric. So, a continuous twisted strand of natural or synthetic fibres used in weaving or knitting to produce fabric. The yarn can be different types depending on which types of fibre is using.
Yarn may be divided into two groups according to their use:
A cloth of flexible planar substance constructed from solutions, fibres, yarns in any combination. Textile fabrics can also be produced directly from webs of fibres by bonding fusing or interlocking to make non-woven fabrics and felts.
Grey fabric is the fabric before finishing such as dyeing, printing or any other finishing terms. Generally grey fabric is not ready to make garment.
Finished fabric is that fabric which we get after dyeing, printing or finishing process. Finished fabric is used to make garments.
We find finished fabric from dyeing section, printing section or finishing section.
It is the final step of textile processing. Garments section is also consist of some many section i.e. pattern making, cutting, sewing finishing etc.