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Recent Development In Garment Manufacturing

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Recent Development In Garment Manufacturing

  1. 1. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN GARMENTING Bharath Krishna. V III Year B.Tech (Fashion Technology)
  2. 2. 1.Introduction  Manual works are being replaced by automated and semi- automated machines.  Automations have improved the quality of the product and efficiency of the plant.
  3. 3. 2. Computer Aided Designing
  4. 4. Features of CAD  Designers can easily create original concepts or adapt existing ideas.  Software are available for fabric designing, fashion design, pattern making, grading and marker planning.  Communication tools helps us to interact with the software and visualize the exact output that we want.
  5. 5. Comparison between CAD system and Manual system C- computerized M- manual Reference:”Manual v/s CAD/CAM system in garment industry” , V.Parthasarathi, Indian Textile Journal, Feb 2010.
  6. 6. 3. 3D Body Scanning- white light scanning
  7. 7. Scanning 3D point cloud extracting extracting image main all measurements measurements
  8. 8. 4. Automated Spreading Machines •Touch panel display. •Cutting device •Catcher •Automatic fabric relaxing control •Edge control device •Fabric loading sensor •Flaw Detector •Emergency stop.
  9. 9. •Laser cutting is clean and silent. • The beam can be focalized on an extremely small area (from 0.1 to 1mm in diameter). • Unlike water and traditional cutting systems, light exerts no mechanical pressure on the piece. • The laser is a non-contact instrument that guarantees.
  10. 10. Cutting Efficiency (computerized v/s manual) C- computerized M- manual Reference:”Manual vs CAD/CAM system in garment industry” , V.Parthasarathi, Indian Textile Journal, Feb 2010.
  11. 11. 6.Automations in garment manufacturing: Unit production system (UPS) • Load all the pieces in a product carrier. • Product carrier with the pieces is routed through the different operation steps. • At every machine/operation the patented chain will position the product ideally. • Completed the product arrives to an unloading station. • The empty product carrier returns to the loading station.
  12. 12. Transporter System is used to move the garment components
  13. 13. C- computerized M- manual Reference:”Manual vs CAD/CAM system in garment industry” , V.Parthasarathi, Indian Textile Journal, Feb 2010. Production Efficiency (computerized v/s manual Sewing)
  14. 14. 7. Automatic finishing machines
  15. 15. Gas Fired Kannegiesser Tunnel Finisher Three Zones are: 1. Heating/swelling zone 2. Mixture of steam/air 3. Hot air zone
  16. 16. 8. Summary Using of computerized system for garment manufacturing we can observe that There is a significant improvement in productivity, and quality, leading to time reduction.

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