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Recent advances in both robotic technology and polymer chemistry have yielded techniques and materials capable of handling textile fabrics without excessive engineering complexity or fear of damage to the fabric. Chemical adhesives have often been used in the past for fabric manipulation but due...
The balance between four different types of energies involved in a seam and their relative magnitudes which can result in seam instability is focused on. Experimental results for seams with and without overfeeding are presented, which agree with the theoretical analysis.
A discreteevent simulation of a utility trouser manufacturing plant is described. The simulation model, written in the GPSSPC language, was validated with operating data from a large plant with a nominal production capacity of 40,000 pairs of men's denim trousers per week. Specifically, the...
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