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 are done by the cutting section of the garments. Cutting is the first step basically we may find in garments making. When cutting started we can say that garments production is also started that means starting cutting also indicates the starting of production. Flow chart of garments cutting section is the interrelated sequence of the following.

Production order sheet => Pattern receive => Marker making => Fabric receive => Fabric spreading => Marker placing => Cutting => Sorting => Numbering and checking => Bundling => and finally Input to sewing.

Flow Chart of Garments Cutting Section

Flow Chart of Garments Cutting Section

Keep in mind that as the fabrics cutting is one of the crucial parts of the production you have to be more careful to ensure proper measurement. If you cut the fabrics into the wrong measurement then the production garment will be considered as defected items because you will be failed to produce according to the specified size or shape. It is a quality control department to check whether every process is maintained in a right way.

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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 the medical, industrial and different sector. Manufacturing flow chart of non woven fabric will help you to understand the process easily.

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

manufacturing flow chart of non woven fabric

Manufacturing Flow Chart of Non-Woven Fabric

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Introduction to Textiles

Introduction to Textiles

In this article, you will have the overall ideas of introduction to textiles.

Textile

Originally the word “textile” applied only to woven fabrics. But now this word is generally applied to fiber, yarn or fabrics or products made of fibers, yarns or fabrics.

The word textile originates from the Latin verb texture – to weave.

Textile Fiber

Fiber means any substance that has a high length to width ratio. But textile fiber means any substance which has a high length to width ratio with suitable characteristics for being processed into fabric. For being textile fiber some properties are very important to have i.e.

Primary Properties of Textile Fiber

  • High length to width ratio
  • Tenacity
  • Flexibility
  • Spinning quality/ spin ability
  • Uniformity

Secondary Properties of Textile Fibers

  • Physical Shape
  • Resiliency
  • Density
  • Flammability
  • Lusture
  • Color
  • Moisture regain
  • Elastic recovery

Classification of Textile

If we observe then we will find that broadly we can divide textile into four major categories according to the sources of materials from which textile is produced. These are:

  1. Animal textile
    • e. Wool, Silk
  1. Plant textile
    • Cotton, Flax, Jute
  1. Mineral textile
    • Asbestos, Glass fiber
  1. Synthetic textile
    • Nylon, Polyester, Acrylic

Yarn

The yarn is a continuous strand which is made by natural or synthetic fiber or material twisted or laid together that can be made into a textile fabric. So, a continuous twisted strand of natural or synthetic fibers used in weaving or knitting to produce fabric. The yarn can be different types depending on which types of fiber is using. It is a very important raw material for textile.

Fabric

A cloth of flexible planar substance constructed from solutions, fibers, yarns in any combination. Textile fabrics can also be produced directly from webs of fibers by bonding fusing or interlocking to make non-woven fabrics and felts.

Introduction to textiles

Ready Fabric for Making Garment

In textile, especially fabric is the fundamental component of a ready-made garment, because it is the basic raw material of a garment. So, to know the manufacturing sequence of fiber to fabric is very important. The present time is the time of a quality product. It is impossible to maintain the quality of a garment without proper knowledge of textile manufacturing i.e. fiber, yarn, and fabrics.