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We help textile industries in addressing their business and technical challenges, allowing them to adapt to the volatile market conditions. We offer end-to-end technical, engineering, marketing, and other services including market research, product identification, R&D, funding, exports, etc. We serve as an integrated platform wherein textile industries can connect with experts in the textile industry. We also provide turnkey project execution services by undertaking the complete execution of the project for businesses looking for a quick solution in a hassle-free manner.
SolutionBuggy has carved a niche in the Indian textile industry with the help of its textile consultants who come with an average experience of 18 years. Till date, SolutionBuggy completed more than 170 textile consulting projects across the complete textile value chain. SolutionBuggy provides access to the top textile consultants in India who can help you assist you in addressing your technical, engineering, and business challenges.
If you are a new entrepreneur planning to start a textile industry or an existing industry facing issues with your textile business, then get assistance from India’s best textile experts from SolutionBuggy.
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Textile and garment manufacturing is the second-largest employment provider after agriculture in the country. Despite being the second-largest employment generator sector faces numerous challenges. The Indian textile industry is highly fragmented and is dominated by SMEs which faces many issues such as lack of funds, low technology adoption, lack of expertise, etc.
SolutionBuggy helps you in addressing your challenges right from plant setup, raw material selection, technical know-how to product development, packaging, and distribution.
Textile manufacturing is a prolonged process; here are some of the phases in the textile manufacturing process where our textile consultants can help you.
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India is one of the largest textile producers in the world and has a presence across the entire value chain from fiber to apparel in the textile industry. The Indian textile industry is expected to reach USD 223 billion by 2021. Abundant availability of raw materials and manpower, huge domestic market, better infrastructure, etc. are some of the factors driving the market growth in the country. The Indian textile industry also has huge potential for exports, given the world-wide recognition for India’s textile products. As a thought leader in the Indian manufacturing industry, we help textile businesses exploit potential opportunities in the Indian textile industry.
Selection of fibres in fabric manufacturing is needless to say the very first and the most prominent step that distinguishes the business. The conversion from fibre to fabric completely depends on choosing the accurate textile fibres from the various ranges of fibre that is available. These textile fibres that are most crucial in textile manufacturing can impact the complete manufacturing process. Hence, it inherently becomes risky to be carried out without proper knowledge or consultation.
Textile spinning is the process used to convert fibre to yarn. The fibres selected are fed to spinning machines that coverts those multiple tiny elements in a long filament called yarn. There are wide ranges of machines available for spinning on the market, the kind of machine and the fibre chosen determines the strength and kind of yarn that would be produced. Different spinning machines are used for different fibres. Different fibres require different methods to be converted into yarn, hence the spinning machine should be suitable for the fibre or vice versa. Failing this, the yarn quality would either be poor or unusable. The spun yarns are secured in a cylindrical shaped object called bobbins.
Several strands of fibres twisted together in order to create a long thread which is called yarn. The kind of fibre selected determines the type of yarn manufactured. The yarn now becomes the base element in converting the fibre to fabric. Hence, the need for yarn to be strong and unbreakable becomes the most important process. This yarn would be further used for making of fabric. In the yarn manufacturing process, yarn is achieved through spinning. Spinning is a process which was initially done through feeding the fibres into the spinning wheel and spun mechanically by hand but now machines carry pout the process due to the volume of yarn manufacturing.
The process of selecting fibres, spinning them into yarn and further braiding them to achieve the fabric is called the Fabric manufacturing. Like mentioned, it contains three stages i.e. selecting raw materials that are the fibres, yarn manufacturing and Textile weaving/Textile Knitting. After Fabric Manufacturing Processing the fabric is further put through various other textile manufacturing process to achieve the final apparel or garment.
Textile Weaving is a process where two sets of yarns are braided or intertwined in a right angle that is one lengthwise and the other breadth to form the fabric. The length-wise running threat is warp and the breadthwise is warp. For the changing trend and technology, various colours of yarn are used in weaving to achieve a fashionable and colourful fabric. These warps and wefts are then fed to looms which ultimately weaves the threads to make into a fine fabric. For varied designs and types, there are varieties of loom available in the market which would allow the fabric to be closely woven or with patterns. Textile weaving, however, is one of the methods of converting the yarns to the fabric.
Knitting is another process of converting the yarn to fabric. The difference from weaving to knitting would be in the pattern the threads are woven together. In knitting itself, there are methods and different machines like those of the flatbed machine and a circular machine where the patterns of knitting again differ. What distinguishes knitting from weaving is that knitting uses just one string of yarn and forms loops however weaving uses two or more strings of yarn. A Fabric Manufacturer can further decide depending on the usage and demands the manufacturer chooses to further go for Textile Weaving or Textile Knitting process to achieve large amounts of fabric.
Before even the dye is tested or applied on the fabric, the fabric is put through a process of treatment where various Textile chemicals are applied to wash, bleach, clean the fabric of any seed pods of wool or fatty waxes from the plants or even chemicals from the warp machines. Depending on the fibre, the fabric is put through a treatments process so as to remove impurities and make the fabric ready to accept the dye and designs. Various textile chemicals are used for these processes like solvents, bleaches, bases and acids.
Textile printing and Fabric Printing is a process which brings in the designs on to the fabric. As technology and trend is changing, more and more advanced and innovative printing methods are being launched and adapted. The Textile Printing and fabric printing industry has to adapt to the rapid changes not just in the designs and technology but even by the method and process of printing. There are fabric printing methods that directly print on to the fabric and there are those wherein chemicals are applied to remove the dye in a particular pattern to form a design. There are also methods wherein chemicals are added in order for the fabric to not take the dye which leaves out a particular pattern to form a design. Just like dyeing, even printing involves usage of abundance pf chemicals on to the fabric which could also be hazardous.
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