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Purpose – The three‐dimensional (3D) body scanner is an important new technology that will impact the design and production of apparel, but use of this tool is at an early stage of development. Appropriate measurement extractions from the complex 3D scans that will address the needs of apparel...
Purpose – Automatic slub detection is vital in the classification and identification of fabric images. This paper seeks to present a rapid and accurate approach for automatic detection of slub in fabric images using Gabor filters. Design/methodology/approach – Slub can be regarded as defects...
Purpose – The aim of this paper is to develop a new method to predict the potential shrinkage of plain‐knitted fabric. Design/methodology/approach – The presented method is based on deformable curve. The delivered plain‐knitted fabric is represented as a deformable parametric curve, and the...
Purpose – The paper aims to establish and introduce seam pucker assessment indicators and their dependence upon the fabric characteristics and parameters of a sewing machine. Design/methodology/approach – Seams pucker defect is specific to garment from lightweight fabrics, therefore the...
Purpose – The paper aims to investigate thermal comfort properties, such as heat and moisture transmission through male business clothing systems, by using a sweating thermal manikin Coppelius that simulates heat and moisture production in a similar way to the human body and measures the...
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