Rapier Weaving Machines

fabric weaving Rapier weaving machine delivers excellent fabric quality at the right price. Its flexibility, high level of user friendliness and versatility make it an ideal means of production for weavers of fabrics. It is a shuttle less weaving loom in which the filling yarn is carried through the shed of warp yarns to the other side of the loom by finger like carriers called rapiers. These machines are used for weaving textile articles such as shirting, dress material, furnishing.

Dyein

dyeing finishing Dyeing operations are used at various stages of production to add colour and intricacy to textiles and increase product value. It chemically changes a substance so that the reflecting light appears coloured.

Packaging Tape

apparel Packaging tape will stick to most surfaces merely by applying pressure. The tape is made of a coated adhesive, which is backed by a non-sticky materials like paper, foil, fabric, or movie. There are several different grades & types of packaging tape products to suit varying packing demands. Polyethylene plastic tapes or poly tapes, most commonly used for packaging and for sealing light weight carton boxes subject to normal shipping and transport hazards.

Weaving Formulas

assorted weaving Commonly used weaving formulas and reference guides used for manufacturing woven fabrics

Zigzag or Wavy Twills

fabric weaving Wavy twills are also known as pointed twills. In these classes of twill weaves the twill progresses in one direction for half of the repeat and then is reversed for the next half of the repeat. The reversal of the twill may be done in a regular or irregular manner primarily considering the series of threads that predominate the face of the fabric. Thus warp way reversal is where the warp predominates over the weft and weft way reversal where the weft predominates over the warp.

Conversions Factor

assorted This page helps in determining the Various convertion factors whether it is for textile use or for common use.

Transposed Twills

fabric The diagonal effect is broken by transposition of the original order of the threads are called Transposed Twills

Advances in Weaving Technologies

fabric weaving The emphasis on productivity and quality has developed the weaving technology very much and as a result the working hours required to weave fabric from loom have been reduced from about 20 to 0.25 during the last 125 years, and in the last 50 years there has been a reduction of 95% in operative hours per standard unit produced.

Schiffli machine Bobbins

embroidery finishing The bobbin is the back thread in embroidery used in the shuttle to form the lock stitch.

Fabric Inspection and Terms

apparel The quality of a final garment depends on the quality of a fabric when it is received as a roll. Even the most outstanding manufacturing methods cannot compensate for defective materials. Normally, 10% of the rolls received are inspected and evaluated based on a four-point system. This way, fabric related quality problems can ve avoided before it is put into production