INFRASTRUCTURE

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FABRIC STORAGE

Textile materials need to be properly cared and stored as they are exposed to heat, cold, humidity, fungus and insects. Different parts of the world have different climatic conditions. Hence, it is important to know the basic guidelines of how and where to store the textile materials. Proper packing and storing of the material will elongate its life and protect it from deterioration.

Textile storage means the techniques that take care of the materials by maintaining its original state and preserving it for the future. Many people like to preserve their special dresses for a lifetime but do not know the right technique of storage. It is always advisable to take the help of a trained conservator if one is unsure about the way a material needs to be preserved.

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FABRIC CHECKING

Fabric inspection is carried out by both fabric manufacturers and garment manufacturers. Fabric inspection is the process of checking the fabric sheet for detecting faults in the fabric and preparing an inspection report. After the fabric inspection, grading of the fabric is done according to the fabric quality level.

Fabric inspection is carried out by both fabric manufacturers and garment manufacturers. Fabric inspection is the process of checking the fabric sheet for detecting faults in the fabric and preparing an inspection report. After the fabric inspection, grading of the fabric is done according to the fabric quality level.

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ORGANIC FABRIC CUTTING

Cutting being the first operation of garment manufacturing lays the foundation of quality of the garment to be made. Any imperfection in cutting process can result in non-conformance of the quality standards of all further processe.

Cutting means cutting out the pieces of the garment from lays of the fabric with the help of a cutting template or marker. To make a complete garment, cutting is necessary.

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STICKERING CUT PANELS

In the fabric cutting room, after cutting the garment panels, number marking is done to each layers and each garment component. The method used to stick a numbering sticker on the garment cut panels is known as stickering. This stickering process is very common in the mass garment manufacturing industry.

In the fabric cutting room, after cutting the garment panels, number marking is done to each layers and each garment component. The method used to stick a numbering sticker on the garment cut panels is known as stickering.

This stickering process is very common in the mass garment manufacturing industry. The stickers attached to the panels help other departments to identify the order number, style number, size, fabric lot number of the garment from the serial number printed on the sticker.

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STITCHING

In the textile arts, a stitch is a single turn or loop of thread, or yarn. Stitches are the fundamental elements of sewing, knitting, embroidery, crochet, and needle lace-making, whether by hand or machine. A variety of stitches, each with one or more names, are used for specific purposes.

A stitch is a Loops or loops of one or more threads when bound with each other, either by interlacing, interloping or intra-looping or combination of those when sewing fabric and each unit of such configuration is considered as a stitch. In this article, we will share details of different types of stitch used in garments sewing.

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CHECKING

Clothing manufacturer has a specific standard of checking to properly ensure the garment quality. This process is done to minimize the percentage of garments rejected by customers. During the step of checking, workers can spot any stans, cosmetic flaws or spots on the garments due to the cutting and sewing process.

Textile quality refers to the sum of various properties of textiles that meet the needs of people for use or further processing. Textiles have many properties, but only the properties which related to use constitute their quality. The use of textiles determines the conditions for their use, such as atmospheric composition, temperature and humidity of air, temperature and moisture regain of the fabric itself, radiation intensity of the sun, the degree of washing, the personality of the wearer (age, working activity, personal habits) and other conditions.

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METAL DEDUCTION

In the garment and apparel industry, metal detecting devices are utilised to detect needles that may have been accidentally lodged in finished garments. It is also necessary to ensure that garments and apparels meant to be sold or exported are devoid of all sort of metal contaminants.In the garment and apparel industry, metal detecting devices are utilised to detect needles that may have been accidentally lodged in finished garments. It is also necessary to ensure that garments and apparels meant to be sold or exported are devoid of all sort of metal contaminants.

Tunnel conveyor metal detecting is the most effective detection system and buyer recommends their use for all apparel. Hand-held and static metal detectors are only acceptable for locating a metal fragment when there is knowledge or suspicion of its presence. There are only two types of tunnel conveyor metal detectors.

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PACKING

Garment packaging is the procedure of wrapping, compressing, filling or creating of goods for the purpose of protection too their appropriate handling. This is the concluding procedure inward the production of garments, which prepares the finished trade for delivery to the customer.

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ACCESSORIES & STORE

Most important in all aspects of a business. Consumers need and expect value for money. As garment manufacturers, we should always strive for good work. “Systems are needed to program and coordinate the efforts of different groups in an organization to maintain optimal quality.” Because quality control is considered representative of quality assurance or full quality control.

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