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What Is Non-Woven Fabric? Describe The Characteristics Of Non-Woven Fabrics.

Non-wovens are a sheet, web or bat of natural and or manmade fibres or filaments, excluding paper, that have not been covered into yarns, and that are bonded to each other by any of several means.....

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Finished Fabric Inspection In Finishing Section || Types Of Test In Finishing Section

Fabric Inspection is done in grey form or finished form. The inspection of fabric is a procedure by which the defects of fabric are identified and fabric is classified according to degree or intensity of defects. The fabric inspection is done for both grey and finished fabric....

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Four Point Systems For Knit Fabric Quality Measurement

In knit fabric inspection system; most of the companies follow four point systems for measuring the quality of the knit fabric. There are various methods for measuring quality of the knit fabric but among all of the methods four point systems is preferable to the inspector of the quality.....

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Thread Counting System And Their Application In Fabric Manufacturing

In fabric manufacturing process; thread selection is important to get proper GSM of a fabric. Generally, when consumption of a fabric is done then it is fixed that how many yarn will be use in a fabric production. After producing a fabric, thread per inch in warp and weft direction is measured to be confirming about the number of warp and weft yarn in a fabric.....

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Flow Chart Of Weaving Technology || Fabric Manufacturing Process

In fabric manufacturing technology, three types of fabrics are produced they are woven, knitted and non-woven fabric. We know that; weaving is done for producing woven fabric. Before weaving various types of tasks are done. After spinning process; yarns are divided into two forms one is warp yarn another is weft yarn. Warp yarns are produced by roll winding and weft yarns are produced by cop winding....

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Textile Printing || Definition-Styles And Methods Of Printing

Printing is another part of wet processing technology. Printing is carried out after pre-treatment of fabric or after dyeing of the fabric. Printing is carried out for producing attractive designs on fabric or other materials. The printing is described as localized dyeing i.e., dyes or pigments are applied locally or discontinuously to produce the various attractive designs on fabric.....

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43 Useful Sites And Blogs For Garment And Textile Professionals

You may be looking for more and more online resources for reading and latest updates on apparel and textile industry. Last year, it is discovered few good sites that need to share with you. It is sharing most common and popular sites to apparel industry professionals. Most of the sites are professional blogs, sites by institutes and organizations and online publications....

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Cotton Fiber || Physical And Chemical Properties Of Cotton

Cotton fiber is a cellulosic fiber. It has worldwide popularity for its variety of use. Cotton fiber is the most used fibers for producing various types of fabric through all over the world. Cotton Fabrics are comfortable to wear than the other fibers product. It is comfort to wear in all the season....

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Objectives And Requirement Of Textile Production Management

Textile Production Management (TPM) is a vital term in textile and garments industry. In the international textile and clothing, market an engineer who has a degree on textile engineering and management hold a great demand. To be a successful in an industry you should have sound knowledge about textile production management. If you have not enough knowledge about production management then you will fail to give desired output of the industry.....

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Difference Between Natural And Synthetic Fibers

Textile fibers are used for making various types of textile products. There are various types of textile fibers are found in the market. Some are natural and some are synthetic fiber. They have different physical and chemical properties and they are different in chemical composition...

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