Most used Embroidery Fabrics

embroidery finishing Many kind fabrics and its combinations can be used as the base cloth for machine embroidery such as Cambric, Calico, Chiffon, Damask, Jersey, Linen, Net, Non-woven, Organza, Satin, Silk, Tulle, Voile.

Eco Friendly Fibers

non-apparel Textiles Industry has many working procedures which form flow processes. Each process makes various influences on the environment and human health.Therefore many eco friendly fibers have been invented which do not require the use of any pesticides or chemicals eg. bamboo, hemp,Ramie, mud silk etc.

Quality Control

apparel Quality control helps to ensure that all garment products meet production standards and match the original sample

Natural Protein Fibres

fiber The protein fibres are formed by natural animal sources through condensation of a-amino acids to form repeating polyamide units with various substituent on the a-carbon atom. In general, protein fibres are fibres of moderate strength, resiliency, and elasticity. They have excellent moisture absorbency and transport characteristics. They do not build up static charge. Example of some these fibres are Wool, Silk, Mohair, Cashmere etc.

Pattern Grading

apparel Pattern Grading is the process where by patterns of different sizes are produced from the original master pattern. This process can be performed manually or automatically by a computerized system. Patterns are graded according to size charts which present the sizes and the average measurements of the population group for which the garments are intended.In order to produce garment that fits various body types and sizes, the pattern pieces must be increased or decreased geometrically to create a

Labelling

assorted The labelling of textile products harmonises the names of textile fibres and other terms used in labelling or other documents accompanying these products, in order to ensure adequate information for consumers and to promote the development of the market.

Textile Yarn Types

yarn Details of types of yarn such as spun yarn and filament yarn also different types of cotton such as Sea island cotton, Pima cotton, U.S. cotton, Asian cotton etc.

Standard Staple Yarn Spinning Procedures

spinning yarn Yarn making from staple fibers involves picking (opening, sorting, cleaning, blending), carding and combing (separating and aligning), drawing (re-blending), drafting (drawing into a long strand) and spinning (further drawing and twisting). Silk and synthetic filaments are produced by a less extensive procedure. Current high-production yarn-making operations are performed on integrated machines that perform this entire sequence as one combined operation.

Weaving Formulas

assorted weaving Commonly used weaving formulas and reference guides used for manufacturing woven fabrics

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.