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Undesirable garment drape often occurs because of the manufacturer’s desire to save fabric by rotating patterns to position them more closely in the marker, and thus cutting the garment off‐grain. This study was designed to subjectively and objectively measure the effect of grain alignment on...
Reports on a study for which data were generated from responses to a survey by 132 US apparel manufacturers in 1993. States that the purpose of the study was to determine the extent to which companies were investing in ergonomic equipment as a prevention strategy, and whether there was a...
Describes the setting up of a moiré topographic system to measure three‐dimensional convex and concave surfaces of moulded brassière cups. The essential features of the system consisted of a photographic instrument which precisely controlled the position of the light source, the camera, the grid...
States that bra design is a highly specialized process requiring a combination of design creativity, precision pattern making skills and a detailed knowledge of fabric performance. Although there is substantial published material cataloguing the historical origins of the garment, there is little...
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