Author: apparelscience


Stitches and Seams

Today most retailers and global manufacturers are communicating Stitch / Seam Specifications using the Stitch identification numbers, SPI specifications, and often include Seam Drawings to their global contractors. Make use of this valuable system today by following the links below that will take you to the proper Matrix. ISO 4915 STITCH TYPES Stitch Type Matrix (English) PDF Stitch Type Matrix...


Automated Optical Fabric Inspection

Fabric contributes to approximately 50-60% of the total garment cost, making it crucial to the entire garment production process. Garment rejection/alteration owing to fabric weaving or knitting defect might result in a significant loss of value for the company. To provide defect-free clothing, not only the defect diagnosis procedure but also the location marking of the defect on the fabric...