Sewing thread linear density on lapped and superimposed seam
Author(s):
G.S.SIVAKUMAR
Keywords:
Seam, Seam Strength, Stitch, Sewing Thread Linear Density, Needle Size, Garment & Apparel
Abstract
This 21st century can be named as the golden era of fashion market although fashion moves by cycle. Most of the human being is very much cautious about the fashion now-a-days. Some advanced critical processes have been emerged to mitigate this enhancing demand. Besides there are so many fashion raw materials used to make these fashion garments/apparels. These raw materials have a great contribution on the apparel performance. Seam is one of the major parts of garments. In this research, it would be identified how sewing thread linear density affects the seam performances. It is a comparative research work which will deliver very effective knowledge about various types of seam, seam strength and seam performance. For this research many sample seam parts have been made and after that all samples have tested in a woven dyeing laboratory of a renowned textile industry named Thermax Ltd
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Unique Paper ID: 150785

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 2, Issue 6

Page(s): 464 - 468
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