Textile Manufacturing Flow Chart

By | October 15, 2016

Flow Chart of Textile Manufacturing Process   

Noor Ahmed Raaz
B.Sc. in Textile Engineering (CU)
Specialized in Apparel Manufacturing
Lecturer, Department of Textile Engineering
Atish Dipankar University of Science & Technology
Email: raju.uttara105@gmail.com

 

Textile Manufacturing:

Textile is a versatile word to use all over the world. In a normal scene, textile is including fiber to garment. A textile was mainly a woven fabric, but the terms textile and plural textiles are now also applied to fibers, filaments and yarns, natural and manufactured and most products for which these are a principal raw material.

Flow Chat of Textile Manufacturing:

Before, Flow chart of textile manufacturing, we should proper knowledge about textile definition. This definition embraces, for example, fiber based products in the following categories; Threads, cords, ropes, braids, woven, knitted and non-woven fabrics, lace, rest and embroidery, hosiery, knitwear and made up apparels. House hold textile are such as soft furnishings and upholstery, carpets and other floor-coverings are technical, industrial, and engineering textiles including Geo-textiles and Medicare textiles.

Here given below a general manufacturing flow chart of Textile-

Flow Chart of Textile Manufacturing Process

Above all discussion we see that, textile process is start by fiber and finished by complete garments. This is the long journey where need to lots of process for manufacturing a textile product. The flow chart of textile manufacturing can be changed according to the buyer requirement.

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