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THE CAUSES OF UNDESIRABLE FABRIC CURLING ON THE ASSEMBLY LINE

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Author(s): Viorica Porav

Journal: Annals of the University of Oradea. Fascicle of Textiles, Leatherwork
ISSN 1843-813X

Volume: XIV;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 76;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: line assembly wrinkle | sewing machines vibrations | compatibility thread/fabric | effects after wash cloth | compatibility thread/needle/fabric structure | sewing thread tension.

ABSTRACT
Over the decades, having been production activity director in a company producing textile garments, I faced many times the effect of shrinkage of the material on the assembly line. This paper will present some of the causes that can produce this effect. If the causes are known, the effects can be prevented and even eliminated.In this sense, a description was made of the phenomenon of shrinkage and wrinkling of the material in the direction of assembly lines or parallel to it. It described the appearance of wrinkling, depending on the direction of the presser assembly line, or immediately in the vicinity of the entire length of the stitch, or in part, on one side or on both sides of the assembled materials. There are presented different methods to prevent and eliminate this drawback which affects the appearance and at the same time significantly reduces the amount of product presentation value.Troubleshooting curl when it has already occurred, involves conducting additional costs to remedy. Total or partial remediation depends heavily on the types of basic raw materials, secondary and ancillary product model but sometimes it is not feasible. From the variants presented, a conclusion about a specific set of factors that influence curl has been made.
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