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Garment Costing

Costing is a very complex procedure, with set patterns and guidelines followed by the industry, and it is difficult to find out costs for every process there are some inbuilt costs while costing.Garment costing includes all the activities…

Garment Inspection

It becomes necessary to maintain the quality right from the production stage in order to deliver a satisfactory final product to the consumer with the right quality which in turn results in getting continuous orders from the same customers.…

Packaging Tape

Packaging tape will stick to most surfaces merely by applying pressure. The tape is made of a coated adhesive, which is backed by a non-sticky materials like paper, foil, fabric, or movie. There are several different grades & types of…

Apparel Testing

Testing is a valuable aid for textile production, distribution, and consumption. During textiles testing the variation of a fibre or fabric i.e. length, colour, fineness, threads per inch, cover factor, is detected properly. Continuous test…

Zipper – fasteners on garments

The zipper is a popular device which acts as a fastener for temporarily joining two edges of the fabric. The zipper is a part of the everyday costume. Also called slide fastener. a device used for fastening clothing, valises, etc.,…

Labels used on Textile Articles

Symbols are written on labels, attached to textiles to indicate how a particular item should best be cleaned. Textile and apparel labels can help you consider alternative choices and make better buying decisions if you take time to read…

Buttons in Garment Manufacturing

Buttons are small instruments use to fasten two parts of a garment. It is an element that makes the difference and enhances a men's or women's garment, a leather item, a pair of jeans. Elegant and classical buttons mean style; the perfectly…

Different kind of stitches

One unit of confirmation of thread resulting from repeatedly passing a strand or strands or loops of thread into or through a material is called a stitch. There are two basic stitch formations, lock stitch, and chain stitch. In all cases,…

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