Basic Clothing Manufacturer Vs Fashion Luxury Clothing Manufacturer - Who finds it more difficult to manufacture in Tirupur, India?
Both Basics clothing manufacturing process and luxury fashion apparel manufacturing process has its own difficulties and advantages. In this article, we will explore the practical difficulties and advantages faced by both basic clothing manufacturer and luxury clothing manufacturers especially in Tirupur, South India, Asia. Basics clothes can be defined as men's and women's underwear, pajamas, nightwear, sleepwear, mens and womens's plain t-shirt. Luxury fashion clothing can be defined as Embroidered, Embellished, Washed tees & dressess & hoodies for mens, women and children.
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Advantages for Fashion Clothing Manufacturer:-
Disadvantage for Luxury Clothing Manufacturer:-
How knitting manufacturers in tirupur in India, manufacture knitted clothing fabrics using automatic knitting machines?
Knitting is a very important process in the clothing manufacturing process of knitted apparel. During this process, cotton or viscose or polyester yarn gets converted in to different kinds of knitted fabric using these automated knitting machines. This article explains about the stages of knitting process using images.
Stage 1 involves arranging the yarn bags count wise in the Storage Area
Stage 2 involves inserting the yarn in to knitting machine feeder parts. It is from here the yarn will be feeded in to the central knitting machine.
Stage 3 involves ensuring the the threads are properly inserted in the main part of the knitting machine because even if one thread is cut off, the entire machine will come to a stand still.
Stage 4 involves inserting the lycra thread along with cotton yarn thread. Note that this step is required only if lycra is needed in the finished knitting fabric.
Stage 5 is again a checking stage where we have to ensure the threads are inserting in to the feeder properly.
Stage 6 involves programming the fabric knitting measure along with the type of knitting required to start the actual knitting process. Below is the video demonstrating the actual knitting process.
Stage 7 involves operating the cooler fan as shown in the video. This process ensures machines remains cool and also removes the dust formed by the yarn instantly.
Stage 9 involves folding the knitted fabric, keeping it ready for the next stages of clothing production.
Stage 1:- First stage involves using a software called Wilcom to create the design that the embroidery machine can understand. The design can be created from scratch or the design can be transferred from the tech pack files given by the clothing importer or a clothing retailer, who has ordered the garment.
Stage 2:- Stage two involves thread rewinding (i.e) Threads are purchased from cotton mills which are in the form of cone. From this form, thread is converted in to a form which is usable for the embroidery applique machine.
Stage 3:- Stage three also involves rewinding the thread as required by the needles in the automatic embroidery embossed machine.
Stage 4:- Fourth stage involves inserting the fabric in to the fabric so that it sit firm on the embroidery machine when the automatic embroidery takes place.
Stage 5:- Step 5 involves inserting the bobbin case with the thread rolled in the bottom of the automatic embroidery machine.
Stage 6:- Stage 6 is a very important stage where the correct colour thread is inserted in the multiple holes in the automatic applique embroidery machine.
Stage 7:- This stage involves double checking the threads are inserted correctly in to the needles because if one thread cuts off from the hole, the whole embroidery machine stops automatically.
Stage 8:- A paper foam needs to be kept in to each of the frame to avoid damage to the backside of the clothing. Therefore, before placing the fabric in each of the frame, a cut paper foam is placed.
Stage 9:- This stage involves inserting the hoop ring with fabric on the frame of the automatic printing machine.
Stage 10:- This stage involves inserting the disk drive with the design from the software that we created at the stage 1.
Stage 11:- This stage involves programming the automatic embroidery machine to read the design from the disk inserted. If the file is not corrupt or disk is not damaged then design will be displayed in the small monitor, which is attached to the machine.
Stage 12:- This step involves starting the machine and testing whether the design is correctly transferred to the fabric clothing.
Process of Automatic Embroidery in Video
Stage 13:- This stage involves checking if the stitches are intact.
Stage 14:- This step involves removing the foam.
Stage 15:- This stage involves trimming the raw edge threads.
Stage 16:- Then fabric is taken to assorting and counting and sent back to clothing manufacturing factories for further processing.
Different Stages of printing for a tee shirt clothing printing manufacturers in tirupur in India to print on t-shirts.
Step 1:- Screen Film Making using Screen making material as per the size required. These films are readily available from manufacturers.
Stage 2:- Wooden panels are made as per the screen size and printing required.
Stage 3:- This stage includes fixing the cut screen to the wooden panel.
Stage 4:- Once the wooden panels are fixed then it is dried in natural sunlight.
Stage 5:- This is the stage where the actual print is engraved in to the screen. Each color needed for the print will get one individual screen. Which means if there is a9 colors for a print on t-shirt and we will need to make 9 different screens. This process is done a through a machine and is called Screen explosion.
Stage 6:- This is the final process to set the shape of the print on the screen. Through this process final shape is permanently engraved to the screen and now is ready to be used to transfer dyes to the tee shit fabric.
Stage 7:- Based on the Pantone colors in the tech pack sent by clothing importer or retailer, dyes are mixed and matched accordingly, ready to be pasted on the already made screen.
Stage 8:- This stage includes marking the exact place where a particular screen to be placed.
Stage 9:- Once the marking is done, then the tee shirt fabric is stuck on the glass table so that the fabric is stable while printing.
Stage 10:- This is the process where actual printing is done through applying the dyes manually to the tee shirt fabric using the screen.
Stage 11:- Once the tee shirt clothing is fully printed then that cut fabric is sent in to a heat drying machine through which the print is thoroughly gets merged with the fabric.
Stage 12:- Final stage is assorting the fabric in to the different sizes and relaxing the fabric.
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