Free Download Latest Books on Technical Textile, Fiber, Spinning, Fabric, Weaving, Knitting, Garments, Fashion, Design, Dyeing, Printing and Finishing

Textile is the ancient branch of engineering. Now textile engineering study is becoming more demand-able then before. Because textiles have not only used for wearing but also hugely used in different sectors like as technical textile. Many research works are being done on textile. But doing research anything it needs huge information. Books have not alternative of information. But price of every book is out of range such like us third world country’s people. For fulfillment the demand of information I will give a list of textile books. All books I have collected from my friends and fans who are studying in different famous universities around the world. I think these books will be helpful for students, researchers, businessmen, entrepreneurs as well as all people who are interested to know about textile. 


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Books on Technical Textile/Updated Textile

Woodhead Publishing Series Books:
  1. Textiles for Protection
  2. Advanced Textiles for Wound Care
  3. Advances in Fire Retardant Materials
  4. Advances in military textiles and personal equipment
  5. Advances in Textile Biotechnology
  6. Applications of Nonwovens in Technical Textiles
  7. Biodegradable and Sustainable Fibres
  8. Biologically Inspired Textiles
  9. Biomechanical Engineering of Textiles & Clothing
  10. Clothing Biosensory Engineering
  11. Coated & Laminated Textiles
  12. Ecotextiles The Way Forward for Sustainable Development in Textiles
  13. Engineering Textiles - Intergrating The Design and Manufacture of Textile Products
  14. Fibrous and Composite Materials for Civil Engineering Applications
  15. Friction in Textile Materials
  16. Functional Textiles for Improved Performance
  17. Hand book of medical textile
  18. Handbook of Geosynthetics
  19. Handbook of nonwovens
  20. Handbook of Sustainable Textile Production
  21. Handbook of Technical Textile
  22. Intelligent Textiles & Clothing
  23. Intelligent Textiles and Clothing for Ballistic and NBC Protection
  24. Intelligent Textiles for Personal Protection & Safety
  25. Interior Textiles - Design and Developments
  26. Military Textiles
  27. Modelling and Predicting Textile Behaviour
  28. Nanofibers and Nanotechnology in Textiles
  29. Performance of Home Textiles
  30. Plasma technologies for textiles
  31. Recycling in Textiles
  32. Recycling textile and plastic waste
  33. Shape Memory Polymer & Textiles
  34. Smart Clothes and Wearable Technology
  35. Smart Fibres, Fabrics & Clothing
  36. Smart Textile Coatings and Laminates
  37. Smart Textiles for Medicine & Healthcare - Materials, Systems & Applications
  38. Soft Computing in Textile Engineering
  39. Surface modification of textiles
  40. Sustainable Textiles - Life Cycle and Environmental Impact
  41. Textile Advances in The Automotive Industry
  42. Textile Processing with Enzymes
  43. Textiles for Cold Weather Apparel
  44. Textiles for Hygiene and Infection Control
  45. Textiles in Automotive Engineering
  46. Textiles in Sport
  47. Textiles, polymers and composites for buildings
  48. Training and development of technical staff in the textile industry
  49. Wearable Electronics & Photonics
  50. Weaving of 3D fabrics A critical appreciation of the developments
  51. Handbook of Tensile Properties of Textile and Technical Fibres
  52. Textile Reference Book of Nonwovens
Another Publishing Series Books:
  1. Coating Substrates and Textiles
  2. Geotextiles in transportation applications
  3. Biofunctional Textiles and the Skin
  4. Coated Textiles Principles and Applications
  5. Introduction to nanotechnology
  6. Advances in Construction Materials
  7. Coated Textile
  8. Engineering Use of GeoTextile
  9. Nanocomposite Science and Technology
  10. Health aspects of flame retardants in textile
  11. Technical Textile Class Notes
  12. Textile Composites and inflatable structures
  13. Adaptive and functional polymers, textiles and their applications
  14. Multifunctional Barriers for Flexible Structure
  15. Survey of technical textile

Books on Dyeing/Printing/Finishing

Woodhead Publishing Series Books:
  1. Handbook of Textile and Industrial Dyeing, Volume 1
  2. Handbook of Textile and Industrial Dyeing, Volume 2
  3. Basic Principles of Textile Coloration
  4. Fundamentals and Practices in Colouration of Textiles
  5. Total Colour Management in Textiles
  6. Recent Advances in Environmentally Compatible Polymers
  7. Environmental aspects of textile dyeing
  8. Colour Measurement - Principles, Advances and Industrial Applications
  9. Environmental Aspects of Textile Dyeing
  10. Environmental Impact of Textiles
  11. Handbook of Worsted Wool and Blended Suiting Process
  12. Chemical Finishing of Textiles
  13. Digital Printing of Textiles
Another Publishing Series Books:
  1. Chemical Technology in the Pre-Treatment Processes of Textiles,
  2. Functional Dyes
  3. Batchwise dyeing of cellolosic fabrics
  4. Blends dyeing
  5. Cellulosic dyeing
  6. Chemistry & Technology of fabric preparation & finishing
  7. Color in dye house effluent
  8. Colorants & auxiliaries volume (1)
  9. Colorants & auxiliaries volume (2)
  10. Color for textiles
  11. Dyeing and Chemical Technology of Textile Fibers
  12. Dyes & Pigments
  13. Industrial and Hazardous Wastes Treatment
  14. Industrial Dyes
  15. Practical Dyeing Volume 1
  16. Practical Dyeing Volume 3
  17. Singeing fundamentals
  18. Textiles Dyeing and Printing-I
  19. Textile Dyeing and Printing-II
  20. The Chemistry of Dyeing
  21. Water recycling
  22. Wool dyeing
  23. Industrial and Hazardous Wastes Treatment
  24. Colour-Chemistry
  25. Encyclopedia Of Textile Finishing
  26. Reference book of Finishing
  27. Textile Finishing Chemicals
  28. Textile finishing
  29. Textile printing

Books on Fiber

Woodhead Publishing Series Books:
  1. High-performance fibres
  2. New Millennium Fibres
  3. Smart Fibres, Fabrics & Clothing
  4. Identification of Textile Fibers
  5. Physical Properties of Textile Fibres (4th Edition)
  6. Cotton Science and technology
  7. Physical properties of textile fibres
  8. Advanced Fiber Spinning Technology
  9. Advances In Polymer Science 178 - Polymeric & Inorganic Fibers
  10. Advances in Wool technology
  11. Atlas of Fibre Fracture and Damage to Textiles
  12. Bast and other plant fibres
  13. Biodegradable and Sustainable Fibres
  14. Fatigue Failure of Textile Fibres
  15. Handbook of Fibre Rope Technology
  16. Handbook of natural fibres volume1
  17. Handbook of natural fibres volume2
  18. Handbook of Tensile Properties of Textile and Technical Fibres
  19. Handbook of Textile Fibre Structure, Volume 1
  20. Handbook of Textile Fibre Structure, Volume 2
  21. Handbook of Worsted Wool and Blended Suiting Process
  22. Multifunctional Barriers for Flexible Structure
  23. Polyesters & Polyamides
  24. Regenerated Cellulose Fibers
  25. Silk, mohair, cashmere and other luxury fibres
  26. Synthetic Fibres - Nylon, Polyester,
  27. Wool - Science & Technology
Another Publishing Series Books:
  1. Dyeing and Chemical Technology of Textile Fibres
  2. Fiber Dictionary
  3. Handbook of fiber chemistry
  4. Reference book for man made fibers

Books on Spinning

Woodhead Publishing Series Books:
  1. Advances in yarn spinning technology
  2. Handbook of Yarn Production
  3. A Practical Guide to Quality Management in Spinning
  4. Advanced Fiber Spinning Technology
  5. Yarn Texturing Technology
  6. False twist textured yarns - Principles, processes and applications
  7. Fancy yarns
  8. High speed spinning of polyester and its blends with viscose
Another Publishing Series Books:
  1. Cotton Spinning Calculation and Yarn Cost
  2. Fundamentals-of-spun-yarn-technology
  3. Reference book for spinning
  4. Textile calculation
  5. Yarn count & Calculation

Books on Fabric/Design/Weaving/Knitting

Woodhead Publishing Series Books:
  1. Design & Manufacture of Textile Composites
  2. Advances in Carpet Manufacture
  3. Smart Fibres, Fabrics & Clothing
  4. Effect of Mechanical & Physical Properties on Fabric Hand
  5. Fundamentals of designing for textiles and other end uses
  6. Sizing in Clothing
  7. Structure & Mechanics of Woven Fabrics
  8. Woven Textile Structure - Theory and Applications
  9. Knitting Technology
  10. Advances in Knitting Technology
  11. Fundamentals and advances in knitting technology
Another Publishing Series Books:
  1. Nonwoven-Fabrics
  2. Handbook of Weaving
  3. Mastering Weave Structures
  4. Reference books of weaving
  5. Textile Sizing
  6. A Handbook of Weaves
  7. Fabric Structure Design
  8. Handbook of textile design
  9. Basics Fashion Design - Sourcing Ideas
  10. Basics Fashion Design - Textiles and Fashion
  11. Textile - Reference Book for Knitting

Books on Garments/Merchandising/Fashion

Woodhead Publishing Series Books:
  1. Advances in Apparel Production
  2. Industrial engineering in apparel production
  3. Computer Technology for Textiles and Apparel
  4. New product development in textiles
  5. Quality Characterization of Apparel
  6. Engineering Apparel Fabrics and Garments
  7. Humidification and Ventilation Management in Textile Industry
  8. Management of Technology Systems in Garment Industry
  9. Science in Clothing Comfort
  10. Sizing in Clothing
  11. Smart Clothes and Wearable Technology
  12. Smart Fibres, Fabrics & Clothing
  13. Soft Computing in Textile Engineering
  14. Statistics for textile and apparel management
  15. The global textile and clothing industry
Another Publishing Series Books:
  1. Understanding textile for a merchandiser
  2. Career in Textile and Fashion Designing
  3. Encyclopedia of Clothing and Fashion
  4. Beginning garment making
  5. Embroidering Identities- A Century of Palestinian Clothing
  6. Fashionable Technology
  7. Sewing machine classroom
  8. The Apparel Industry
  9. Yarn and cloth making

Books on Textile Testing
  1. Fabric Testing
  2. Identification of Textile Fibers
  3. Physical Testing of Textiles
  4. A Practical Guide to Quality Management in Spinning
  5. Chemical Testing of Textiles
  6. Effective Implementation of Quality Management Systems

Books on Textile Chemistry
  1. Shape Memory Polymer & Textiles
  2. Chemical Technology in the Pre-Treatment Processes of Textiles,
  3. Advances in Polymer Science
  4. Chemical_Technology_of_Textile_Fibres
  5. Chemistry & Technology of fabric preparation & finishing
  6. Chemistry of the Textile Industry
  7. Handbook of fiber chemistry
  8. The_Chemistry_of_Dyeing
  9. Textile & Paper Chemistry & Technology
  10. Colour-Chemistry

Other Books
  1. Textile Engineering
  2. Textiles Technology
  3. Advance in Textile Engineering
  4. Basic Textile Technology
  5. C programme
  6. KOTLER - Marketing Management, Millennium Edition
  7. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  8. Textiles Industry
  9. The italian textile machinery industry
Without of these books I have also many old books and huge collection of research papers, reports, presentations, assignments, project works. All things only for textile learners.

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In-Process Inspection in Garment Industry

In-Process Inspection in Garment Industry
Mayedul Islam
Merchandiser at Fashion Xpress Buying House.
Badda, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Email: mayedul.islam66@gmail.com




In-Process Inspection 
From the starting point of garment manufacturing up to garments ready to shipment, the inspection done is called in process inspection. At least 65 to 80% faults can be checked and controlled through in process inspection.
In-Process Inspection in Garment Industry
In-Process Inspection in Garment Industry
Benefits or results of in process inspection:
  • Reduction of major ‘surprises’ from the customers due to bad quality.
  • Decrease in labor cost due to decrease in repair rates.
In process inspection includes:

Spreading inspection or Spreading defects
  1. Not enough plies to cover the quantity of garments required.
  2. Narrow fabric or wide fabric; alignment of one side should be accurate.
  3. Plies all are not facing in the correct direction i.e. not all the plies are spread face down, face up, or face to face as required.
  4. Mismatching of checks i.e. plies not spread accurately one above another for cutting.
  5. Spreading tension to each ply should be uniform and optimum.
  6. Splicing or bowing
  7. Overlapping should be in proper length and width.
Pattern and marker making inspection or defects
  1. Pattern parts missing; correct number of parts for all sizes not included by the marker maker.
  2. Mixed parts; parts are not correctly labeled in marker, so a marriage of wrong size parts.
  3. Patterns not facing the correct direction or napped fabrics.
  4. Patterns not facing the same direction on a one way fabric.
  5. Patterns not aligned with respect to grain line of fabric. As a result garments may not drape or fit properly.
  6. Line deflections poor (e.g. chalk-too thick, indistinctly printed line, perforated lay not fully powdered), leading to inaccurate cutting.
  7. Inadequate marking; either the marker did not use outside edge of the pattern or the pattern was moved or swung after partial marking to squeeze the pattern into a smaller space in the interest of fabric economy. Alternatively, the pattern is wound around the edges and should be replaced.
  8. Adequate marking; a combination of points 7 and 8 results in components being sewn together with puckering or pleating.
  9. Marker too wide; garment parts at the edge of the lay are cut with bits missing.
  10. Not enough knife clearance freedom.
  11. Mismatched check and strips.
  12. Notches and drill makes omitted, indistinct or misplaced.
Cutting inspection or cutting defects
  1. Frayed edge; the amount of fraying depends on fabric finish and construction, improper cutting tools or blunt knives.
  2. Fuzzy; ragged or serrated edges; may come due to faulty knives edges such as burrs, chips or dullness.
  3. Ply to ply fusion; single ply whose cut yarn ends are fused to form a hard brittle rim on the cut edge.
  4. Pattern precision; misshape of the patterns perimeter as cut also top, bottom and middle plies part should be checked against the patterns.
  5. Notches; notch size should not be too large (more depth large notch).
  6. Drilling; the drill holes should be in optimum size and no fusion problem along the plies.
Sewing inspection or sewing defects
In sewing section, the in process inspection is divided into three defects by Lowe and Low Coke as sewing defects:

Sewing defects:
  • Needle damage: evidenced by holes, picked threads, ruptured threads or damage to the fabric; caused by wrong size or types of needle, blunt needle, needle heat, machine feed difficulty.
  • Skipped stitches
  • Thread breaks
  • Broken stitches
  • Seam grin
  • Seam pucker
  • Pleated seams
  • Wrong stitch density
  • Uneven stitch density
  • Staggered stitch
  • Improperly formed stitches
Seam defects:
  • Mismatched of adjacent part
  • Wrong seam or stitch type used
  • Wrong shade of thread used.
Assembly defects:
  • Finished components not correct to size or shape or not symmetrical
  • Finished garments not to size due to from incorrect patterns, inaccurate marking or cutting, shrinkage and stretching fabric, incorrect seam width.
  • Parts, components, closures or features omitted, caused by bad work flow, parts omitted in cutting, careless operator.
  • Components of features wrongly positioned or misaligned arising from incorrect marking or sewing not following the mark.
  • Interlining incorrectly positioned, twisted, too full, too light, cockling.
  • Lining too full, too tight, showing below the bottom of the garments, twisted, incorrectly pleated and so on.
  • Garments parts cockling, pleated, twisted, showing bubbles and fullness.
  • Garment parts shaded due to being mixed after cutting.
  • Parts- in one way fabric in wrong direction
  • Mismatching trimmings
Finishing inspection or finishing defects
  1. Spots/burn/melt at the time of ironing
  2. Broken button, zipper and so on.
  3. Flattened nap or surface
  4. Change in color
  5. Crease not correctly formed
  6. Garments not thoroughly dried
  7. Stretching in fabric during pressing
  8. Pocket and collar incorrectly aligned at the time of pressing and ironing.
  9. Lining showing pleats, creases, wrinkles, shines, etc.
  10. Shrinkage due to heat and moisture.
  11. Incorrectly folding
  12. Mismatched trimmings
  13. Incorrectly packing (not as per packing instruction). 
 

 

Final Inspection in Garment Industry

Final Inspection in Garment Industry
Mayedul Islam
Merchandiser at Fashion Xpress Buying House.
Badda, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Email: mayedul.islam66@gmail.com




Final Inspection:
Final inspection consists of inspecting finished garments from the buyer’s point of view; size measurements, form fitting (putting garments on the proper size manikins to see if they properly fit labeled sizes); and live modeling if necessary (again to see if the garments properly fit the labeled sizes). Final inspection may occur before or after garments are packed in poly bags and cartons. If it is done after garments packed, then proper size and style markings on the package can also be checked.
Final Inspection in Garment Industry
Final Inspection in Garment Industry
Total Acceptable Product (TAP) & Acceptable Quality Limit (AQL)
TAP means the number of acceptable products in a lot. On the other hand, AQL means maximum acceptable capability or rejected % of products in a lot.

Example
10,000 dozen T-Shirts have AQL of 4%. Then find out TAP of that lot.

Here,

100 dozens T-Shirts have acceptable limit = 4 dozens
1 dozen T-Shirts has acceptable limit = 4/100 dozen

10,000 dozens T-Shirts have acceptable limit = (4/100) X 10,000 dozens
                                                                       = 400 dozens

Therefore,

TAP = (10,000 - 400) dozens
       = 9600 dozens

Generally in garment industries, inspections are made 1%, 1.5%, 2.5%, 4%, 6.5%, 10%, etc. This depends on the buyer’s requirements.

Uses of AQL

In this system, sample is selected by random sampling technique from a lot. After proper inspection, the decision is taken whether the lot will be accepted or rejected. This is applicable for raw materials to finished products inspection as well as garments. This system is popular and used widely in the world trade.
 
Acceptable sampling system consists of 5 parts:
  • Lot size
  • Sample size
  • AQL
  • Accept number
  • Reject number
Customer’s choice is given priority in this system. It is the customer who decides whether the goods will be inspected at AQL of 1.5%, 2.5% or so on. They generally give preference to the major defects (such as oil mark, holes, torn, etc) i.e. which at a glance seems to be odd for use. They also give the direction on sampling technique.

Finishing
In garments industry finishing is a process which consists of pressing or ironing, folding and packing of garments. Among them, by pressing we remove unwanted crease or wrinkles from garments. Again folding is done by ironing. After pressing, the process used to fold the garment in a required size and shape is called folding.

Types of Packing and Folding
There are four types of packing and folding for shirts, they are mentioned below:

1. Stand up pack
In which collar is folded and kept at 900 angles with the body.

2. Semi-stand up pack
In which collar is folded and kept at 450 angles with the body.

3. Flat pack
In which collar is folded and completely laid flattened on the body.

4. Hanger pack
In which shirt is supplied in box by hanging on a hanger.

How to Become a Successful Work Study Engineer

How to Become a Successful Work Study Engineer
Mayedul Islam
Merchandiser at Fashion Xpress Buying House.
Badda, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Email: mayedul.islam66@gmail.com



Introduction:
Work study is the systematic examination of the method of carrying activities, so as to input the effective use of resources and to setup standards and performance for the activities being carried out. It is a term that is used in garments industry as to count the work and to utilize the man, machine and materials. Work study examines both the method and duration of the work involved in the process. Now a days have great demand of work study engineer in textile and apparel industry. In this article I will discuss about requirements to become a successful work study engineer.
Working area of a work study engineer
Working area of a work study engineer
Characteristics of work study engineer:
A work study engineer need to be educated, expert, smart, confident, personal dignity and honest. Details below-

Sincerity and Honest:
The work study person must be sincere and honest only if is the case will he she gain the confidence and respect of those with whom he or she will work.

Enthusiasm:
He/she must be really keen on the job, believe in the importance of what he or she is doing and be able to transmit enthusiasm to the people round about.

Tact/Diplomacy:
Tact is dealing with people comes from understanding them and not wishing to hurt their feeling by unkind or thoughtless word, even when these may be justified. Without justified no work study person is going to get very far.

Good Appearance:
The person must be neat tidy & look efficient. This will inspire confidence among the people with whom he or she has to work.

Self-Confidence:
This can only come with good training and experience of applying work study successfully. The work study practitioner must be able to stand up to top management, supervisors or workers in defense of his opinion and finding, and to do so in such a way that will respect and not give offence.