Tufted fabric inspection vs Pile fabric inspection

Tufted fabrics are produced by needling extra yarns into an already woven has vertical rows of fiber or yarn loops sewn through it to form a pile. The pile surface produced may be loop(uncut), cut, or may be a combination of the two. Therefore Designs can be tufted into fabric, such as flowers, leaves or figures, such as ballerinas and cowboys. Tufting production is used primarily for the manufacture of carpets or tufted blankets, bedspreads, and fake fur. [...]

Lace fabric inspection

Lace is a fabric that consists of a decorative design created with threads or yarns in a net-like, open background. Lace fabric inspection should consider both the quality of decorative design and background fabric. Decorative design must be whole in good shape, while background fabric must be secured. Lace fabric types Two basic types of lace include Leavers lace and Nottingham lace. Leavers lace is the fine lace made on the Leavers Lace machine and is usually used for apparel. Lace fabric is [...]

How to perform felt inspection?

Felt Inspection is the quality control for a material named Felt. In fashion industry like caps and bags, felt is one of the materials used in them. Felt is a material made primarily of wool and related animal fibres. It is formed by heat, pressure or agitation, and moisture so that the fibres become interlocked and entangled, making it unnecessary to use adhesives to hold them together. Other fibres, such as rayon or cotton, may be included in felt materials, but [...]

Bonded fabric vs Foam laminated fabric

A bonded fabric is made from two fabrics adhered to each other. The backing fabric is usually a knit, while the face fabric may be of different type of fabric. A foam laminated fabric usually consists of three layers adhered together: a face fabric, a middle foam layer, and a backing fabric usually tricot knit. Both bonded fabric and foam laminated fabric results in increased shape retention and stability, and well as providing increased warmth. However foam laminated fabrics may have [...]

What are the important things relate to provide quality products in international business?

As I have been in international business sphere over 20 years. And I have observed that in a few occasions either the customer or the supplier is reluctant to do business. Business is win-win situation. If the supplier shows little interest, the business will be harder in every processes. I have researched every hard moments in business. There are 3 important things relate to provide quality products in international business. 3 important things relate to provide quality products in international [...]

What are the typical defects in knitted fabric inspection?

Following is a listing of some frequently occurring imperfections found in knitted fabric inspection. These fabric defects are usually caused by knitting machine malfunction, or may also be caused by yarn defects or improper fabric dyeing, printing or finishing. Defects in knitted fabric inspection Barre – streaks or bands in the fabric, caused by differences in yarn size, tension on yarns or fabric, colour, lustre or shrinkage, from one section of the cloth to the adjacent area. The bands are horizontal [...]

What are the typical defects in woven fabric inspection?

Defects in woven fabric inspection can be categories as imperfections relating to yarn, imperfections occurring in the Warp direction, imperfections occurring in the Filling direction, dyeing faults, printing faults as well as finish fault according to their causes. Because defects in woven fabrics can be a result of imperfections in the yarn, incorrect weaving, improper dyeing or printing, or mistakes occurring in the finishing operation. There are many different types of defects that can exist in a fabric. The [...]

What are the 3 types of basic fabrics in textile industry?

Although it seems there are many types of fabrics used in textile industry, there are, in fact, 3 types of basic fabrics only, by the structure of yarns or fibers.  They are woven fabric, knitted fabric and non-woven fabric. Woven fabrics Woven fabrics are made by interlacing two sets of yarns at right angels to each other. The lengthwise yarns are known as warp yarns or ends, while the widthwise yarns are known as filling yarns or picks. The lengthwise edges [...]

How to make fishing face mask quality control?

  Wearing a fishing face mask is not only the protection from sun or wind, it is also becoming a fashion trend, especially during novel coronavirus epidemic. It is likely this will become a consumer customs even when post-epidemic comes. Therefore as a QC for fashions, knowing how to carry out fishing face mask quality control, seems a simple product, actually not at all, is more necessary than anytime before. First of all, we should know how it is made, what [...]

How to carry out Premium Backpack Inspection?

Based on normal backpack inspection(such as promotion backpack inspection), premium backpack inspection requires larger sample size  for inspection, stricter standard for defects allowance (stricter AQLs for Major and Minor defects) and more technical requirements for backpack products. Unless otherwise instructed, AiT uses the Single Sampling Plan Normal Level III (according to the ANSI/ASQ Z1.4 standard). This is generally the strengthened inspection requirement for products manufactured in China. It is also the most widely accepted sampling method by every industrial company [...]