Emergency Plans and Equipments

apparel Emergency tools are required and important for all factories. Garment factories that care about the health and safety of their workers invest money on emergency equipment to ensure the safety of workers. Crucial emergency elements are alarms,evacuation plans, emergency lights and gathering areas.

Commercial Sewing Machines

apparel apparel-making The apparel industry uses specialised industrial machinery suitable for cutting fabric, sewing machines such as single needle lock stitch machine, double needle lock stitch machine, button hole machine, fusing machine, storage and packing equipment

Stitch Formation Cycles

fabric knitting weaving Knitting stitch formation with various needles - Latch, Beard & Compound

Sample Warping

fabric weaving Sample warps are developed for sampling purposes. It gives full proof of its performances during this production phase of new items.

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

Types of Zipper

apparel Zippers use two sets of interlocking teeth called chain zippers, or coils called coil zippers, each connected to a strip of fabric tape. The teeth or coils are formed of metal, plastic, or synthetic material. A slider with a tab, which may be purely functional or serve a decorative function as well, is used to open and close the zipper. Besides the details of the mechanism, there are several other ways of categorizing zippers.Like categorisation based on element or teeth material or based on the

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.

History of Fabrics

fabric History and origin of fabrics, introduction of various textile fibres to mankind each from natural and man-made categories

Fancy Twills

fabric weaving The fancy twill is formed by placing small spots between the main lines of twill. The first end of the weave should be a continuation of the last end and the first pick should be a continuation of the last pick, so that the weave will continue perfectly when repeated in either direction.

Putting the Fabric

embroidery finishing The process of passing the fabric through the embroidery machine and fixing it on the length and side tension bars is called ?putting the fabric?