Thread Numbering System

yarn Threads are usually made up of several single strands twisted or plied together. The numbering system for threads has two parts: one related to the thickness of the single strand and the other to the number of strands (ply). Whereas the ply is expressed in thickness and the single strand is specified as a ?count? related to the length per unit weight. Cotton Count system, Tex system, and the Metric Ticket system are some of the commonly used thread numbering systems.

Sea and Air Freight

apparel assorted Although most orders for garments are placed by buyers on FOB basis, with buyers to pay for freight at the shipping destination, it is still necessary for the shipper or the agent to know how to calculate sea freight and air freight as buyers always need to know how much freight the merchandise cost per dz. If you are required to sell on CIF basis, (with the shipper to prepay for freight at the shipping port) you will need to calculate the freight accurately for your own costing

Profit Computation of Spinning Mill Setup

assorted spinning Spinning Mill setup and computation of profits from the actual investment, loan, loan repayment, ideal and actual production output.

Ring Spinning

spinning spun-yarn yarn The Ring Spinning is the most widely used form of spinning machine due to significant advantages in comparison with the new spinning processes. The ring spinning machine is used in the textile industry to simultaneously twist staple fibres into yarn and then wind it onto bobbins for storage. The yarn loop rotating rapidly about a fixed axis generates a surface referred to as "balloon". Ring frame settings are chosen to reduce yarn hairiness and the risk of glazing or melting the fibre.

Textile Labelling Objective

assorted The main objective of Textile Labelling are : 1.to protect consumers against misrepresentation in the labelling and advertising of textile fibre products 2.to enable consumers to choose textiles on the basis of fibre content

Feeding Systems

apparel Material feed is the controlled movement of the material being sewn from one stitch position to the next. Different feeding mechanisms available are for sewing fabrics. Some of them are Manual feed, Feed dog, Drop feed, Needle Feed (Upper pivot needle Feed, Central pivot needle Feed, Parallel drive needle Feed), Wheel feed, Rotary feed, Upper Feed(Vibrating Presser Foot, Alternating Presser Foot, Top Feed, Jump Foot, Walking Foot, Spring action asking Foot, Driven walking Foot, Wheel feed.

Acrylic the Artificial Wool Fibers

fiber Acrylic can be thought of as artificial wool. It is made from the unlikely combination of coal, air, water, oil and limestone.

Dyeing and Washing

apparel dyeing Some garments, dyeing is done after final assembly in order to ensure a perfect colour match for items intended to be worn together.

Importance of Fabric Selection in garment making

apparel In dress making and designing, fabric selection is vital important and integral part. Different fabrics for required for different ages, purposes and occasions. Wedding dress, uniforms, under garments, casual wears all requires different kind of fabrics and at times a combination of many.

Natural Cellulosic Seed Fibres

fiber Cellulose is the substance that makes up most of a plant's cell walls. Since it is made by all plants, it is probably the most abundant organic compound on Earth.Many varieties of plant fibres exist such as hairs (cotton, kapok), fibre-sheafs of dicoltylic plants or vessel-sheafs of monocotylic plants (e.g. flax, hemp, jute and ramie), and hard fibres (sisal,henequen and coir), not to mention the large number of fibres obtained from trees. Byproducts of agricultural crops are being considered as