Dyeing and Printing

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Dope
at polymer stage in a spinneret. this method results in the textiles having good light and wash fastness.
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Stock
fibre dying (Harris Tweed). this method is cheap and is the dye is uneven it will be removed by the blending process from fibre to yarn.
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Yarn
also known at JET or VAY dyeing.
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Piece
when woven or knitted fabrics are dyed in the piece.
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Garment
made up garments are dyed as required. This allows QRM.
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Screen printing
Japenese method of stencilling delicate patterns on fine fabrics.
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Rotary printing
quicker than flat screen. when it has big 'repeat' it will waste alot of fabric. Registration- to make sure the rollers are in the right place.
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Digital Screen printing
ink jet printer prints directly onto the fabric. CAD- colour seperation then all sent to be engraved on rotary or flat screen.
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Transfer printing (sublimation)
disperse dye ink.
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UPS
computerized system to plan, control and direct the flow of work through a manufacturing system. overhead conveyor.
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EPOS
technology which enables an efficient recording of the sale of goods or services to the customer.
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CIM
the use of computers in manufacture.
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Health and Safety at work act
(1974)
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Nightwear safety regulations
(1985)
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The furniture and furnishings (fire safety amendment)
(1993)
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Demand Based Flow
when a product has run out of stock- delays and produces goods as they are ordered- less wastage.
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Demand Pull
customers are saying what they want.
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Schedule Push
manufacturer making number of products and hoping it sells.
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Vertical Manufacture
does their own designing, manufacture, and distrubution. e.g. Marks and Spencer, Zara.
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Sealed sample
product prototype which they consider an acceptable sample for manufacture.
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Virtual prototype
Quicker to develop and change, cheaper and more enviromentally friendly, software is expensive, does not provide a sealed sample.
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Subassembly
some parts of the product are assembled on a seperate line before they go into main production.
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Subcontracting
reduces manufacturing costs finished product to be high quality.
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Card 2

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fibre dying (Harris Tweed). this method is cheap and is the dye is uneven it will be removed by the blending process from fibre to yarn.

Back

Stock

Card 3

Front

also known at JET or VAY dyeing.

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

when woven or knitted fabrics are dyed in the piece.

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

made up garments are dyed as required. This allows QRM.

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
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