Air Jet Weaving Machines

fabric weaving The Air Jet weaving machines are the weaving machines with the highest weft insertion performance and are considered as the most productive in the manufacturing of light to medium weight fabrics, preferably made of cotton and certain man-made fibres. These machines are the ideal solution for those who want to produce bulk quantities of customized fabric styles. The weaving widths range generally from 190 to 400 cm.

Fusing Technology

apparel Garment manufacturing cannot be imagined without fusing these days. Fusing could therefore be expected to have become a matured technology by now. Changes in the material, in quality expectations and textile care methods entail more and more unpleasant problems, which are often realized after an entire batch of defective pieces has been produced. Fusing technology where by the interlining is bonded to the outer fabric by means of a thermoplastic adhesive resin which can be bonded to another fabr

Product Design

apparel Garment designers begin to materialize their ideas using hand sketches, off-the-rack garments, technical drawings, three-dimensional draping on dress forms, or computer-aided design (CAD)

Automatic cone winding

finishing Specifications of automatic cone winding, checking of reeling frequently, reeling doff weight, reeling calculations

Garment Trimming

apparel finishing spun-yarn In total all the trimmings used for the garment cab be substantial cost item and so their selection and use require careful considerations. There is no point in improving materials utilisation if the savings made are thrown away by using expensive tapes as stay tapes. The professional approach is: sufficient for the intended purpose no more.

Fiber Identification

fiber A number of methods are available for characterization of the structural, physical, and chemical properties of fibres. Various methods are used for fibre identification like microscopic methods, solubility, heating and burning method, density and staining etc. End-use property characterization methods often involve use of laboratory techniques which are adapted to simulate actual conditions of average wear on the textile or that can predict performance in end-use.

Labelling

assorted The labelling of textile products harmonises the names of textile fibres and other terms used in labelling or other documents accompanying these products, in order to ensure adequate information for consumers and to promote the development of the market.

Natural Cellulosic Bast Fibres

fiber Natural Cellulosic Bast Fibres

Essentials of Quality Control Programme

apparel If top measurement wants good quality and displays leadership in quality concerns, measurement and production supervisors will follow through. Without leadership from the top, there is often little or no improvement in quality no matter what system is used.

Tailor Tracks

apparel There are many ways to mark the inside of a garment, but experts use tailor tacks most often. A tailor tack is a short length of thread placed in the fabric. Correctly done, it is the safest way to mark, and can be used on more fabrics than any other marking system.