Author: Fairway Products

  • Fabric Cutting! Methods of fabric cutting!

    Fabric Cutting! Methods of fabric cutting!

    Fabric cutting is important part of garments manufacturing process. quality full fabric cutting reduce the wastage of fabric and make the business profitable. Today’s business market “good quality product is the main fact, price is low and quality is high is the first requirement of all of buyer around the world”. so a good quality […]

  • Innovations in the field of sewing and embroidery machines: Part-I

    Innovations in the field of sewing and embroidery machines: Part-I

    During this long period of existence the industry has upgraded itself through innovations and introductions of new products at regular intervals. Sewing and embroidery machinery industry is coming every day with some new features in their machineries to keep abreast with end users requirement. Adaptability and ease of use are becoming the determining factors for […]

  • Automated Cutting Systems

    Automated Cutting Systems

    What Does Your Facility Need? To Increase Manufacturing Speeds? Do You Need Precision Cuts For Detailed Designs? Do You Need A Machine That Can Cut Through Denim or Industrial Fabrics? Maybe You Just Need to Find A Machine That Will Lower Your Power Consumption without Costing You Productivity…Depending On Your Needs, There Is an Excellent […]

  • Sewing industry to converge at JIAM 2022 OSAKA in Japan

    Sewing industry to converge at JIAM 2022 OSAKA in Japan

    JIAM 2022 OSAKA, organised by the Japan Sewing Machinery Manufactures Association (JASMA), is set to be held at Intex Osaka from 30 November to 3 December 2022. An estimated 109 exhibitors from 6 countries and regions will showcase their products bringing state of the art technology and master craftsmanship together.The theme for the 2022 edition […]

  • Understanding Spreading Modes for Different Fabric Types

    Understanding Spreading Modes for Different Fabric Types

    The modes of marker making and spreading are essential concepts in apparel mass production, where garment symmetry and fabric symmetry affect the selection of marker modes as well as the methods of spreading and cutting. These factors affect the cost of the product as well. To define marker making and spread modes, we use specific […]

  • Converter Round Up

    Converter Round Up

    Converting companies are an integral part of the nonwovens supply chain. For all of the advantages the industry’s products provide, a lot has to happen prior to their end use. Nonwovens need to be cut into a variety of shapes and sizes, scaled down to become a single-use product, as well as printed, packaged and […]

  • Automated Cutting & Sewing Developments

    Automated Cutting & Sewing Developments

    An apparel product is a consumer good with a large number of fragmented supply chains. It starts with fiber selection, proceeds to yarn and fabric production, and ends in apparel manufacturing. In many cases, several additional sectors are involved in finishing the final product, which may include trims, findings, embroidery, leather and other fashion accessories. […]

  • Modular cutting and stacking system advances flexible, fully automated operations

    Modular cutting and stacking system advances flexible, fully automated operations

    When combined with CAD-based pattern design and advanced nesting software, digital (computer-controlled) cutting systems for composites enable fabricators to not only reduce material waste and costs — even with complex-shaped parts — but also reduce cutting time from days (when done manually) to minutes, lowering cycle time and increasing repeatability and reproducibility (R&R). Still, given […]

  • Cornell team develops machine with aim of ending textile waste

    Cornell team develops machine with aim of ending textile waste

    The average American goes through roughly 70 pounds of clothing each year, creating approximately 21 billion pounds of clothing sent to landfills – 5% of all landfill waste, according to the Council for Textile Recycling. A multidisciplinary Cornell design and research team has developed a unique fabric-shredding machine in hopes of a zero-waste solution for […]

  • Difficult Materials Make Automated Fabric Cutting More Indispensable than Ever

    Difficult Materials Make Automated Fabric Cutting More Indispensable than Ever

    If you work with Kevlar, carbon fiber or other high performance reinforcement materials, you know what’s going on in the supply chain. Materials are more expensive and difficult to obtain that ever before. That requires fabricators to cut more accurately, efficiently and predictably than ever before. How well a fabricator manages its materials is key […]