Cutting

Cutting

We at Tanyo export Pvt Ltd. currently make optimum use of several cutting techniques that exist, ranging from low- to high-tech. Scissors are used very rarely-only when working with very small batches, particularly in many lower volume establishments. We make optimum use of computerized cutting systems and stay abreast of the latest technological advancements to achieve more as use of technology decreases costs.

Project Analysis

Before initiating the cutting process and starting production the raw material is inspected and the production is initialised as per the set graded pattern.

Project Costing

We make use of these computer-driven automated cutters and utilize vacuum technology to enhance production as this technology allows holding stacks of fabric in place while cutting. With this state of the art cutting technology it is possible to cut highly accurate and fast.

Project Planning

Based on the technology being used - manual cutting or automated cutters the costing is derived.

Project Strategy

the whole process of cutting is meticulously planned and irrespective of size; all the cutting of particular production make use of the same basic system and follow the same operations and sequence.

Project Planning

Based on the technology being used - manual cutting or automated cutters the costing is derived.

Fabric checking

Fabric checking/inspection are the process of visual examination or review of the fabric stock that is received from the textile producers. This process is mainly carried out in order to assess the fabric color, quality and appearance.

Layering of fabric

The technique of layering of fabric is said to provide the approach for the development of designs by way of freehand machine embroidery techniques. Two or more fabrics with variable quality and characteristics are laid over each other and then stitched and cut back to reveal parts of the fabric underneath.

Marking on fabric

One of the most basic parts of sewing is marking the required fabric. Some of the markings include darts, tucks, pleats, buttons, pocket placements and so on. There are a variety of marking tools available in the market like disappearing chalk, wash-out pencil, vanishing marker etc. Which tool you need to use totally depends on the pattern and the fabric.

Cutting Fabric

This process involves cutting the raw fabric from the roll into the desired pattern or shape of the final garment. It is a very crucial stage in the manufacturing unit because once the garment is cut very little can be done to undo/redo it. The system of computerized cutting has spread widely given the reduction in cost.

Stickering

It is the process of labelling or applying distinct stickers on various bundles of cut fabric. This is done for the purpose of identification and tracking of the fabric.

Fusing

Fusing can be said to be an alternative method of joining two fabric components. It is mainly used to attach the fabric to the interlining which is coated with thermoplastic resin. Fusing creates strength, improves the shape of the garment and increases the crease resistance of the garment.

Embroidery or Printing

Embroidery or printing is the process using thread work designs, patterns, logos or paint-based graphics are applied to the garment using embroidery machines or textile dyers.

Bundling

It is the process of disassembling the cut and stacked garment lot and reassembling them into lots as per the color, garment unit and number of garments. Manufacturers basically use 4 systems of bundling: Item bundling, group bundling, progressive bundling and modular or team based.