Start Stitching

embroidery finishing Start stitching embroidery designs on Schiffli embroidery machines

Finishing Methods

embroidery finishing Almost every embroidered goods has to undergo at least one or more finishing processes before being ready for sale because stitching errors or other errors have to be eliminated.

Garment Trimming

apparel finishing spun-yarn In total all the trimmings used for the garment cab be substantial cost item and so their selection and use require careful considerations. There is no point in improving materials utilisation if the savings made are thrown away by using expensive tapes as stay tapes. The professional approach is: sufficient for the intended purpose no more.

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.

Automatic cone winding

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

Types of Doubling

finishing Ring doubling and two for one twister, quality required by yarn to get best doubled yarn. Formula for double yarn count.

Screen Printing

finishing One method of decorating fabric is screen printing, in this a pattern is painted onto a fine silk screen with resist emulsion. The core of the screen print process involves a fine mesh, or screen, which is stretched very tightly around an unyielding frame. Any area that is not to be printed, will be masked out on this screen or mesh. To create the print, the framed screen is positioned over the item to be printed along with a splodge of thick ink. The ink is pressed through the screen.

Industrial enzymes in textile production and application

dyeing finishing Enzymes are living biological substances that can help speed up any chemical reaction without itself being reduced. But, they work better under certain temperature and pH value. Therefore, these are also called as biological catalysts. Since textiles industry uses many such chemical reactions, enzymes today are a vital part of the textile production system. Applications like pectinases, lipases, proteases, catalases, and xylanases are used in textile processing.