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Manufacturing of Woven labels, Heat transfer labels and Woven patches.

Updated: May 31, 2021

Written by- Palak Shobhani (International Business)

Showcasing is tied in with getting crowds and building a brand. No showcasing effort gets fruitful, without labelling. Marking upgrades, the item look. It commands the moment notice of a client and urges likely purchasers to buy the item. Other than item prepping, it assumes a significant part in passing on significant data about the brand.

Labelling is a significant piece of the Garment business. Something beyond a piece of texture, it's a communicator between the purchaser and the item. It impacts individuals' purchasing choices. It shows every one of the significant directions. There are novel name types that are famous in the commercial center of Garment. However, Heat Transfer names are acquiring gigantic significance in the Clothing Industry.

1-Woven Damask High Density Labels

Basically, Woven Labels are very common label which you see in your daily life while wearing your clothes, and are made of Polyester and cotton. It’s all about the work of thread. As it has highest thread count it means the labels shows smallest detailing of your logo design and text. Woven label is better than other options and you can make them great by customizing with your own company’s logo.

Woven label is durable. We use superior quality of material in these labels that’s why these labels are long lasting. For woven label we give an individual stitch. These labels offer the best variety of color options.

After all woven labels are stitched, and while washing the design of the labels cannot remove (It means your clothes will tear off but these labels will remain like that only). These labels are of best quality. Best display of text and design.

You can see in your daily life many fashion brands tend to use woven labels only. That is because these labels give more luxurious impression. You can expect brand name, contact details and website in woven labels.

Manufacturing process of woven labels -

i. Select the yarn- Normally yarn comes in market in different colors and cones. So, first we have to select any buy the yarn.

ii. Working on required design- Before working on required design, the one should analyze the original samples to define thread thickness and what colors he wants. Designer should check the dimensions of the label. (The image is transferred into a digital image.)

iii. Production- For producing in bulk large looms are used, once the required number are produced, they are all joined together in one long roll. Then, the rolls are checked for quality and if there is any fault or not, if there is no problem the next step is to relevant finishing machine.

iv. Finishing- It involves cutting and folding. This is done by machine only.

v. Packing- This is the last step manufacturing of woven labels. In this step we give it a final check like counting of labels, quality of labels and be ready for dispatch across the globe.

The finished product is checked for quality one more time before dispatching.

Our labels are ready to attach in clothes.

2-Woven Damask Patch with Border Morring

Woven patches-

Woven Patches are those patches in which weaving is done with threads into a piece of paper.

Just like a woven label thinner threads are used. Your woven patch would be best if your letters are fine, work design is precise and has small detailing.

You can use woven patches in caps, hats, jackets and backpacks.

Manufacturing process of woven patches-

i. First step is to import the design or pattern which you want into the knitting machine.

ii. Pick up the winding line and put it on the machine and knit the product. Since, the products is very delicate and smooth it takes time to make the product.

iii. After product is weaved, we can cut the product. After cutting then press the patch on the back of it.

iv. Laser cutting- it is done on the computer. Before laser cutting, position of cutting is adjusted on the computer.

v. After cutting and weaving we will do Morring (it means we wrap the borders of the patch one by one).

Morring is done from this machine

vi. Packing the product is the most important part. We pack our product to give it a good look and can carefully reach the customers.

Our manufacturing is completed. It’s time to use the product.

We also provide you some special labels - HEAT TRANSFER LABELS.

What are heat transfer labels?

A heat transfer is a technique for taking a printed picture and fixing the picture straight forward to the article of clothing to duplicate the picture onto the article of clothing itself. Normally, this innovation has been utilized for altering shirts and, all the more as of late, for the utilization of "tag-less" marks. Since the heat transfer measure guarantees that the plan is inserted into the sublayers of the printed surface, the plan will last the lifetime of the piece of clothing.

Heat transfer labels are 100% skin friendly. Head transfer method can be used in all types of fabric like cotton, silk, nylon etc. All the important information written about the clothes is clearly visible.

How does heat transfer printing works?

i. The design is imprinted onto exceptional transfer paper or manufactured film. This substrate has a unique covering known as a release layer. This guides the exchange of the picture onto the piece of clothing. The picture is imprinted backward on one side with the covering.

ii. The printed design is applied to the clothes with the help of heat press at a controlled temperature, in specific pressure.

iii. The material substrate is laid on the press, and the printed move paper or film is then positioned on top with the inked side in touch with the texture.

iv. The press is set to the suggested pressing factor and time.

v. The handle is brought down to cinch the heat press shut; a caution will sound when the time is up.

vi. The transfer paper is then stripped off (a few sorts should be left until they are cold; others ought to be eliminated while still warm) leaving the inked configuration for all time moved into the strands of the article of clothing.

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