Advantages of Blended Fabrics

apparel Blending of cellulosic fibres with man made fibres to produce fabrics with improved characteristics has long been accepted throughout the world.

Substrate Formation

knitting spinning weaving yarn Textile substrates are formed from yarns or fibre webs by several techniques including weaving, knitting, tufting, and nonwoven formation. Composites of textile substrates are formed by bonding two fabrics together by use of an adhesive to form a bonded substrate or backed substrate or by application of cut fibres to an adhesive-coated substrate to form a flocked substrate.

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.

Optimum Spinning condition

spinning yarn Factors governing Optimum Spinning condition, Yarn quality assessment, Causes of end breakage/ end down

Problems and Success factor of Ring Spinning

spinning yarn

Speed frame

yarn Objectives of speed frame, operations involved in speed frame

Weaving Process

fabric weaving Weaving is the process of making cloth with two components, a warp and a weft, and can be done by very simple techniques on complicated loom.

Preparation Techniques

finishing knitting weaving Various finishing techniques are used after fabrics are made using weaving or knitting techniques such as Singeing, Desizing, Scouring, Bleaching, Mercerizing etc.