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Manufacturing Process

ALL ABOUT RAYON FABRICS

Rayon is a semi-synthetic fiber, made from natural sources of regenerated cellulose, such as wood and related agricultural products.[1] It has the same molecular structure as cellulose. It is also called viscose.[2] Many types and grades of viscose fibers and films exist. Some imitate the feel and texture of natural fibers such as silk, wool, cotton, and linen. The types that resemble silk are often called artificial silk.

The fibre is used to make textiles for clothing and other purposes.[3] Rayon production involves solubilizing cellulose to allow turning the fibers into required form. Three common ways to solubilize are the cuprammonium process, not in use today, using ammoniacal solutions of copper salts;[4] the viscose process, the most common today,[5][6] using alkali and carbon sulfide; and the Lyocell process, using amine oxide. The last avoids the neurotoxic carbon sulfide of the viscose process but is also more expensive.[7][8]

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Our Business Philosophy

Our Business Phiosophy is simple and short. we focused on Quality and Customer Satisfacation.
And for the same regular development in new quality, imorovement in quality and availability with regularty in Fabrics.

we provide sample and swatches before taking new order. so miscommunication can be avoided.
we have two type of Sample Shed Card in which all Dyed Fabricas well as Printed Fabric and Digital frint Fabrics are there.
on requirement of client we provide the same.
also if anyone want any new fabric or new development of value addition, jobwork or digital print service, we also provide the same.

we deal with client online as well offiline and we send sample in all city of india - Manglore, Kolkatta, Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Bhopal, Lucknow, Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Banglore, Raipur, Ranchi, Kanpur, Jaipur, Udaipur, Pune, Chandigarh, Amritsar, Jalandhar, Jammu, Indore, Ujjain.
in all above city we dispatch goods and we have good clientage as well.
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Manufacturing Process

ALL ABOUT RAYON FABRICS

Rayon is a semi-synthetic fiber, made from natural sources of regenerated cellulose, such as wood and related agricultural products.[1] It has the same molecular structure as cellulose. It is also called viscose.[2] Many types and grades of viscose fibers and films exist. Some imitate the feel and texture of natural fibers such as silk, wool, cotton, and linen. The types that resemble silk are often called artificial silk.

The fibre is used to make textiles for clothing and other purposes.[3] Rayon production involves solubilizing cellulose to allow turning the fibers into required form. Three common ways to solubilize are the cuprammonium process, not in use today, using ammoniacal solutions of copper salts;[4] the viscose process, the most common today,[5][6] using alkali and carbon sulfide; and the Lyocell process, using amine oxide. The last avoids the neurotoxic carbon sulfide of the viscose process but is also more expensive.[7][8]

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Our Excellence

The sample is a product which represents a group of product or lot. The sample will reflect the quality and workmanship of the exporter or manufacturer. Garment samples are inevitably an important part of exporting. Sampling procedure in the apparel industry is an important activity for order acceptance.

The main purposes of the sampling process in garment industry are given below:

  1. To allow the buyer to judge the production capabilities of the manufacturer.
  2. To provide a means for making revisions in the bulk production process.
  3. To let the manufacturer estimate the thread and fabric consumption, and develop cost quotations.
  4. To let the buyer know the potential of an exporter.

Since the buyer generally places the order after getting satisfied with the quality of the samples, this process is considered to be a vital one. The sampling process is generally performed in the apparel industry by a separate department with skilled labors since the process decides the order acceptance factor. The merchandiser is the person who coordinates with buyer and sampling department. Hence, all his communications need to be understood clearly in the sample development process

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Our USP

Our USP

Digital print fabric refers to a type of fabric that is printed using digital technology instead of traditional printing methods. In traditional printing processes, screens or rollers with designs are used to transfer ink onto the fabric. However, with digital printing, designs are created and applied directly from a digital file onto the fabric.

Digital printing offers several advantages over traditional printing methods. It allows for more intricate and detailed designs with unlimited color options, as the printing is controlled by a computer. This process also enables faster production and reduces the need for setup time and costs associated with screens or rollers.

In digital printing, special inkjet printers are used to print the designs onto fabric. These printers use either reactive, acid, or pigment inks depending on the fabric type. Reactive inks are commonly used for natural fibers like cotton and silk, while acid inks are suitable for silk and wool. Pigment inks work well on a variety of fabric types, including synthetic fibers.

Digital print fabric can be used in various applications, including fashion and apparel, home decor, upholstery, and even signage. It allows for customization and flexibility, as designs can be easily modified and printed on demand. Many designers and manufacturers prefer digital printing for its versatility and ability to create unique, high-quality prints.

When working with digital print fabric, it is important to consider the fabric type and its compatibility with the printing process. Some fabrics may require pre-treatment or special coatings to ensure the ink adheres properly and maintains its vibrancy. It is also essential to follow the manufacturer's guidelines for washing and caring for digital print fabrics to preserve their appearance and longevity.

Overall, digital print fabric offers a modern and innovative approach to textile printing, providing designers and consumers with endless possibilities for creating personalized and visually appealing products.



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