Garment Decoration

apparel embroidery Not too long ago, the vast majority of apparel decorators were specialists of embroiderers or screen-printers. Now more and more companies are adding additional decoration methods to increase their profitability ? and more importantly ? keep their customer ?at home". Garments are decorated based on the end usage by affixing sequins, rhinestones, embroidery etc. to enhance the appearance of the final products.

Automatic cone winding

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

Objectives of blow room

yarn objectives, actions of blow room, wastage and faults in blow room, types of beater in blow room

Manmade Protein Fibers

fiber Manmade protein fibers are produced by dissolving proteins like casein from milk, soya bean protein, and zein from corn in diluted alkali and forcing these solutions through a spinneret into an acid-formaldehyde coagulating bath.

Preparation of Weaving Machines

fabric weaving To obtain satisfactory weaving performance, it is essential to have not only a correct yarn preparation, but also an efficient organization which permits to have warps available at the right moment, thus avoiding any dead time with style or beam change.

Emergency Plans and Equipments

apparel Emergency tools are required and important for all factories. Garment factories that care about the health and safety of their workers invest money on emergency equipment to ensure the safety of workers. Crucial emergency elements are alarms,evacuation plans, emergency lights and gathering areas.

Major Loom Systems

fabric

Sample Warping

fabric weaving Sample warps are developed for sampling purposes. It gives full proof of its performances during this production phase of new items.

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.

Importance of Cutting Room

apparel apparel-making Where large quantities of a garment style must be cut, a lay is created which consists of many plies of fabric spread one above the other. From this, all the garment pieces for all the sizes that have been planned for that lay are cut. The pattern shapes for these garments may be drawn on a paper marker placed on top of the lay, or information as to their shape and position may be held within a computer, to be plotted similarly on a paper marker or used to drive an automatic cutter.