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Process Control in Textile Manufacturing by V Kothari, R Alagirusamy, A. Das, A Majumdar

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Process control in knitting

S.C. Ray,     University of Calcutta, India

Abstract:

Acceptability of a knitted product to the consumer largely depends on its quality. The manufacturer has a moral and ethical duty to ensure that the customer receives material of quality proportionate with the price he or she is paying for it. For this reason, inbuilt process control by the manufacturer is essential. This can only be achieved by regular inspection and testing of the raw material, the knitting process, the knitting machine and the finished product. Control at different stages of manufacture is also important. To be effective, the process control scheme for knitted fabric must begin with checking incoming yarn and extend through and beyond the ...

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