Spreading

apparel apparel-making Fabric spreading is very important part of the production process because it is basic for obtaining a high quality final product. Spreading is the process of unwinding large rolls of fabric onto long, wide tables in preparation for cutting each piece of a garment. The number of layers of fabric is dictated by the number of garments desired and the fabric thickness. Fabric Spreading Machines are used for bulk production.

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.

Automatic cone winding

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

Draw frame Functions

spinning spun-yarn yarn Carded Slivers are fed into the Draw-Frame and are stretched/Straightened and made in to a single sliver. Also fibre blending can be done at this stage. The cans that contain the sliver are placed along the draw-frame feeder rack, usually including eight pairs of cylinders (each pair is above the space occupied by a can),the lower cylinder is commanded positively, while the upper one rests on the lower one in order to ensure movement of the relative sliver that runs between the two.

Weaving Machines

fabric weaving The new shuttle-less machines are simply called ?weaving machines?, this term implying looms working without shuttle.

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.

Flax/Linen

apparel fiber Linen, which is used for apparel and interior textiles, comes from the long, strong bast fibres that form in the outer portions of the flax stem.

Apparel Terms

apparel Glossary of common terms used by people directly or indirectly related to Apparel/Garment/Clothing Industry.

Finishing

finishing Finishing encompasses chemical or mechanical treatments performed on fibre, yarn, or fabric to improve appearance, texture, or performance. Some of the fabric finishing methods are-Brushing, Shearing, Pressing, Raising, Beetling, Calendaring, Folding, etc. Finishing can be carried out in 3 stages i.e. Pre-treatment, coloration and Finishing.

The Layout Procedure

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