Natural Cellulose Fibres

fiber Cellulose is a fibrous material of plant origin and the basis of all natural and man-made cellulosic fibres. The natural cellulosic fibres include cotton, flax, hemp, jute, and ramie. Cellulose is a polymeric sugar polysaccharide) made up of repeating 1,4-8-an hydro glucose units connected to each other by 8-ether linkages. Strong intermolecular forces between chains, coupled with the high linearity of the cellulose molecule, account for the crystalline nature of cellulosic fibres.

Removing the Fabric

embroidery finishing After making the lock stitches the embroidery machine frame has to be moved upwards until the threads are 5 to 6 cm long

Types of sleeves

apparel Sleeve is that part of the garment, which covers the arm of the body and is usually attached to armhole of bodice pattern. Sleeves support the design and functional element of a garment. They are broadly classified into three types – set-in sleeves, raglan sleeves and kimono sleeves which are further made into separate styles.

Types of Plackets

apparel Plackets are particularly seen in women's garments which have a good fit. They are usually found near the writs, neckline, waist line and other comfort fitting parts of the garment. These are finished openings which are normally kept closed (to have a tight fit) and are opened only while wearing or taking off the garment. Fastneres like zippers, buttons, buttonholes, hooks are used in keeping the plackets closed.

Establishing and Running a Proper Canteen

apparel spun-yarn Because a balanced diet plays an important role in improving employees’ health, and boosting productivity, maintaining a good canteen can contribute to a productive work environment. Factories are increasingly investing in this area to ensure that productivity levels remain high throughout the work day. An ILO study on workers in developing countries found that food of poor quality (e.g. iron deficient) causes a productivity loss of $ 5 billion per annum in South East Asia, while providing a goo

Fabric Cost

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Linen

fiber Linen is an ancient fiber. It has been found in ancient tombs, and was used in burial shrouds for Egyptian pharaohs.

Technical Textiles

non-apparel Technical textile are textile products manufactured for non-aesthetic purposes. They are used for automotive applications, medical usages, crop protection, protective clothing etc. Textile technical means textile materials ad products manufactured primarily for their technical and performance properties rather than their aesthetic or decorative characteristics.

Jute

fiber Jute is a ligno-cellulosic fibre that is partially a textile fibre and partially wood, falls into the bast fibre category

Useful Calc and Diff Paper sizes

assorted It provides various useful calculations for conversion of various shapes and also International paper sizes for the purpose of documentation.