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Seam pucker is one of the most important aspects of garment quality in the sewing process. Recently, automatic sewing systems have been developed and seam pucker or other defects would have to be automatically inspected in these systems. Two systems of automatic, contactless measurement of seam...
There has been much discussion in the literature about the relationship between fabric handle and objective instrumental measurements of fabric low stress mechanical and surface properties such as fabric tensile properties, shear, bending, lateral compression, surface friction and surface...
Presents a basic idea about a flexible robotic hand for handling fabric pieces in garment manufacture, which is multifunctional and useful for picking a fabric piece up correctly, transferring and setting it without slipping to any threedimensional point. The robotic hand employs a strain gauge...
Discusses the quality of fabrics and garment technology. Looks at the various types of material focusing particularly on the female market. Shows how new synthetic fibres have improved the feel of garments and that consumers, fashion designers and experts in finishing have all reached the same...
Introduces a new concept which has been developed to combat the problems of sewability, named the Sewability Integrated Environment. It aims at knitted as well as woven materials and incorporates automated objective measurement systems to achieve automatic prediction of seam pucker, and sewing...
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