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An evolution of fabric inspection technology in textiles
Garment rejection/alteration due to weaving or knitting defects in the fabric can lead to a huge value loss to the company. Fabric inspection is considered to be one of the most difficult of all textile processes to automate. In this article, authors (Dr Rashmi Thakur, Dr Deepak Panghal and Dr Prabir Jana) track the evolution of fabric inspection technology in textiles from manual to AI-based system. Read on...
Fashion for Good shows how to do fashion differently
After a brief hiatus, the Fashion for Good Experience has reopened and launched a new theme titled “A CUT ABOVE”. The theme leads programming and events in the museum for the next six months, showing visitors how we can reimagine the way our clothes are designed, made and worn.
Opening new frontiers in Africa
For the first time in its 40-year history India ITME Society, which organises key textile technology industry exhibitions, has opened its doors in Africa.
The art of block printing
The block printing has progressed over a period of time accepting to changes in lifestyle, demand and fashion, aver Pradeep Mandal and Neeraj Jaiswal.
“Smarter Textile. Better Life” in ShanghaiTex 2019
Textile means more than just a piece of clothing today, it has always been closely related to our daily life. Since more consumers are eager to buy unique, creative and functional clothing, innovative technologies are being adopted in a broad range of applications in the textile and fashion market.
India to get standardised clothing size chart
In a first, India will have its own size chart for ready-to-wear clothes. The National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), New Delhi under the Ministry of Textiles will undertake an extensive research study to develop a comprehensive size chart for the ready-to-wear garment industry based on body measurements of the Indian population.
Tiruppur goes for jute products
Tamil Nadu’s garment production hub Tiruppur has now turned to jute products from cotton. Using a 49-day training offered by the National Jute Board (NJB) in collaboration with the National Institute of Fashion Technology-Tirupur Exporters Association (NIFT-TEA) College of Knitwear Fashion,etc.
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