Knitting is considered to be the second most frequently used method of fabric construction …
- Date:13th, 20th , 27th November & 4 th December
- Time: 3.00 pm - 7.00 PM
- Last Date of Registration: First come first serve basis
- Dedicated Course Trainer
- Contact: +88 01734 211085
- Venue:Day 1: House of Textile Today, 25/A, Lake drive road, Sector #7, Uttara, Dhaka. Day 2: APS Knit Composite Ltd Kamargaon, Pubail Road, Gazipur, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Knitting is considered to be the second most frequently used method of fabric construction, after weaving. It is one of the several ways to turn thread or yarn into cloth. It is similar to crochet in the sense that it consists of loops pulled through other loops. In other words, knitting is the process of construction of a fabric made of interlocking loops of yarn by means of needles. The loops may be either loosely or closely constructed, according to the purpose of the fabric. The loops or stitches are interlocked using a needle which holds the existing loop and a new loop is formed in front of the old loop. The old loop is then brought over the new loop to form the knitted fabric. Knitting is different from weaving in the sense that a single piece of yarn can be used to create fabric. The knitted fabric consists of horizontal rows known as courses and vertical columns of loops known as Wales. There are two types of knitting Wrap knitting & Weft knitting.
At this moment, Bangladesh is one of the largest knit garments exporter in the world .The Knit Garments industry is facing many problems at this moment. The professionals working in this sector are facing new challenges every now & then in the industry. As Bangladesh Textile today are working with the textile industry very closely it is very familiar with the challenges. The objectives of this training program is to share the problems & challenges with the trainees & to provide them the best possible solutions
1.Basics of Knitting
3.Chronological Developments in Knitting
4.Ways to start knitting on time
5.Raw Material Selection & its Quality
1.Importance & Guide line on Traceability
2.Elements of Machine Adjustment
3.Impact of Lycra Percentage
4.Composition specially Fleece / designed fabrics
5.Analysis of Quality Report
6.Maintain Appropriate Quality
7.Defects Types & Remedy.
1.Value Added Product Development
2.Knitting Machine Maintenance
3.Caring of Needle, Sinker, Cam & Cylinder
4.7 Wastage Reduction in Knitting
5.Efficiency & Utilization of Knitting Machines
6.Key Focus Area to maximize profit in upcoming price sensative market
7.Optimize Inventory of Grey Yarn / Needle / Sinker / oil / etc.
Course Fee :
For individual training modules: 5,900/- (Five Thousand Nine Hundred Taka Only)