Nips

apparel Nips are small cuts put into the outside edge of the fabric with the point of your shears. These are placed wherever the 5/8" stitching starts or stops at the edge of a seamline.When starting and ending a seam, if you match these two nips on each layer of fabric, all of your seam lines will be accurate.

Pressing Equipments/Machinery

apparel It is possible to press samples of light clothing, such as dresses, blouses and night dresses, onversatile unit equipped with a hand iron. However, if the samples are of constructed garments,while most of the simple under pressing operations can be performed with a hand iron, there are still several operations which require the specialized machines in the factory. This is especiallyrelevant to top pressing where to most of the operations are performed on special purpose machines.

Projectile Weaving Machines

fabric weaving The projectile weaving machine made its appearance in the market at the beginning of the 50?s and is today still used in the whole world. In this weaving machine the weft insertion is carried out by small clamp projectiles, which number depends on the weaving width and which with their grippers take out the weft yarn from big cross-wound bobbins and insert it into the shed always in the same direction.

Weaving Equipments

fabric weaving Special equipments to improve efficiency and accuracy of weaving machines, reducing manual work are required. With a view to increase the efficiency and the flexibility of the weaving machines, the manufacturers have made considerable efforts to find solutions capable of simplifying and speeding up the operations and the machine settings at style changing and to permit coping better with particular production requirements.

Standard Apparel Construction Guidelines

apparel Description-The standards specified are minimum standards, and provide guidelines for apparel construction and performance to achieve consumer satisfaction.This knowledge will be helpful for buyers, suppliers and Agents.The standards objective is to deliver quality merchandise to the customer. It applies to all categories of apparel and textiles.

The Layout Procedure

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Characteristics of Twill Weave

fabric weaving Twill Weave is strong and hard-wearing, used for fashion and furnishing fabrics. In plain weave the warp and weftare aligned so that they form a simple criss-cross pattern. Each weft thread crosses the warp threads by going over one, then under the next, and so on. The next weft thread goes under the warp threads thatits neighbor went over, and vice versa. Plain weave is also known as “tabby weave” or “taffeta weave”.Twill is a type of fabric woven with a pattern of diagonal parallel ribs.

Yarn Finishing System

finishing Contains the process sequence of Finishing for yarn. It includes yarn twist setting, cone winding from ring cops to cone by cone winding , ordinary cone winding specifications, slub catcher settings , splicing, production calculation.

Lingerie

apparel under-garments Lingerie industry has been growing prosperously and the demand from the customers urges the industry to continuously improve its design and manufacturing technology so as to drive for excellence to match the ever-changing market. The company manufacture wide range of lingerie consists of brassiere, panties, control briefs, garters, foundation garments, corsets, bustier.Its a term that is used for undergarments which are alluring, appealing, erotic and fashionable.

Natural Cellulosic Seed Fibres

fiber Cellulose is the substance that makes up most of a plant's cell walls. Since it is made by all plants, it is probably the most abundant organic compound on Earth.Many varieties of plant fibres exist such as hairs (cotton, kapok), fibre-sheafs of dicoltylic plants or vessel-sheafs of monocotylic plants (e.g. flax, hemp, jute and ramie), and hard fibres (sisal,henequen and coir), not to mention the large number of fibres obtained from trees. Byproducts of agricultural crops are being considered as