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Introduction: Production Techniques is very important of Apparel Industry. It can be spun in to yarn or processed in textile such as fabric, knit, non-woven etc by means of yarn an appropriate interacting method. It should have sufficient length, fineness strength, elasticity and softness. The availability and price are also important for a fabric to be used as textile. The apparel industry traditionally has consisted mostly of production workers who performed the cutting and sewing functions in an assembly line. This industry remains a labor-intensive one, despite advances in technology and workplace practices. Although many workers still perform this work in the United States, the industry is increasingly opening factories in other countries or contracting out its production work to foreign suppliers to take advantage of other countries' lower labor costs. In its place, a growing number of apparel manufacturers are performing only the entrepreneurial functions involved in apparel manufacturing. These include buying raw materials, designing clothes and accessories and preparing samples, arranging for the production and distribution of the apparel, and marketing the finished product. The word “textile” originally applied only to woven fabrics, now generally applied to fibres, yarns, or fabrics or products made of fibers, yarns or fabrics. The term textile originates from the Latin verb texere –to weave-but, as the textile institute’s terms and definitions glossary explains, it is now “a general term applied to any manufacture from fibres, filaments or yarns characterized by flexibility, fineness and high ratio of length to thickness”. Textiles, especially fabric are the fundamental component of a readymade garment, because it is the basic material of garments. So it is important to know the manufacturing sequence of fabric from fibre. The quality product is the main goal at present time. Without knowledge of textile manufacturing i.e. fiber, yarn and fabrics it is impossible to maintain the quality of a garment.

Importance of production techniques on apparel industry

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