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  1. page Revision Basics edited Basic key facts to learn in Textiles Technology. 1. Natural 1.Natural Fibres § Plant §Pl…
    Basic key facts to learn in Textiles Technology.
    1. Natural1.Natural Fibres
    § Plant

    §Plant
    – cotton,
    ...
    coir, sisal.
    § Animal

    §Animal
    – Silk,
    ...
    Angora, Mohair.
    2. Manmade

    2.Manmade
    fibres –
    § Synthetic

    §Synthetic
    (made from
    ...
    polyamide (nylon)
    § Regenerated

    §Regenerated
    cellulose (
    ...
    fabrics (Electex);
    3. Fibres

    3.Fibres
    are spun
    FIBRES - YARN - FABRIC
    4. Woven4.Woven fabric –
    ...
    denim, corduroy.
    5. Knitted

    5.Knitted
    fabric –
    ...
    sweatshirting, fleece.
    6. Non

    6.Non
    woven fabric
    ...
    felt, interfacing.
    7. Performance

    7.Performance
    characteristics of
    ...
    made into.
    8. Fibres

    8.Fibres
    can be
    ...
    you need.
    9. Finishing

    9.Finishing
    processes are
    ...
    of fabrics.
    § Mechanical

    §Mechanical
    finishes (using
    ...
    a finish):
    § Brushing

    §Brushing
    – uses
    ...
    the fabric.
    § Calendering

    §Calendering
    – uses
    ...
    a fabric.
    § Chemical

    §Chemical
    finishes (using
    ...
    of fabric)
    § Stain

    §Stain
    resistance –
    ...
    fabric surface.
    § Flame

    §Flame
    resistance –
    ...
    protective clothing.
    § Water

    §Water
    resistance –
    ...
    repellent for.
    § Other

    §Other
    finishes include
    ...
    Moth proofing.
    10. Special

    10.Special
    finishing treatments include –
    § Anti

    §Anti
    bacterial –to
    ...
    and masks.
    § Light

    §Light
    sensitive –
    ...
    different conditions.
    § Deodorant

    §Deodorant
    – to
    ...
    body odour.
    § To

    §To
    block ultra
    ...
    a sunscreen.
    11. Fabric

    11.Fabric
    decoration techniques
    § Methods

    §Methods
    which would
    ...
    fabric pens.
    § Methods

    §Methods
    for a
    Make sure that you can explain how to do a couple of these techniques.
    12. Fixing12.Fixing makes sure
    ...
    other chemicals.
    13. Components

    13.Components
    – Separately
    ...
    ribbon etc.
    14. Shaping

    14.Shaping
    of garments
    ...
    a body.
    § Darts

    §Darts
    – folds
    ...
    required shape.
    § Tucks

    §Tucks
    – A
    ...
    the seam.
    § Gathering

    §Gathering
    – Draws
    ...
    garment evenly.
    § Elastication

    §Elastication
    – Uses
    ...
    the fabric.
    15. Seams

    15.Seams

    § Plain

    §Plain
    seam –
    ...
    prevent fraying.
    § French seam -

    §French seam-
    Used on
    ...
    be bulky.
    § Double

    §Double
    stitched seam
    ...
    Strong seam.
    § Flat

    §Flat
    felled seam
    ...
    be bulky.
    § Overlocked

    §Overlocked
    seam –
    ...
    the fabric.
    16. Production

    16.Production
    methods
    § Job

    §Job
    production -
    ...
    ‘one off’.
    § Batch

    §Batch
    production -involves
    ...
    bundle system.
    § Mass

    §Mass
    Production
    1. Repetitive

    1.Repetitive
    flow; also
    ...
    being manufactured.
    2. Continual

    2.Continual
    flow process
    ...
    the process.
    17. Commercial

    17.Commercial
    manufacturing systems
    § Cell

    §Cell
    production- this
    ...
    single component.
    § In-line

    §In-line
    assembly -
    ...
    break down.
    § Just

    §Just
    in time-
    ...
    items first.
    § Off

    §Off
    the peg’ manufacture -manufacture- textile items
    ...
    item cheaper.
    § Logistics

    §Logistics
    - Organising
    ...
    are needed.
    18. Systems

    18.Systems
    and control
    The basic features of a control system are
    input sensors, process decisions, output feedback.
    ...
    sewn seam.
    19. Quality

    19.Quality
    Assurance –
    ...
    the product.
    20. Quality

    20.Quality
    Control –
    ...
    the fabric.
    21. CAD

    21.CAD
    – Computer
    ...
    manufacture it.
    22. CAM

    22.CAM
    – Computer
    In school the computerized sewing machine that can write your name is an example of CAM.
    Also when answering the questions remember:
    1. If1.If a question
    ...
    written on.
    2. Questions

    2.Questions
    that contain
    ...
    word answers.
    3. Questions

    3.Questions
    containing words
    ...
    detailed answer.
    4. Avoid

    4.Avoid
    using phrases
    ...
    more precise.
    5. Design

    5.Design
    features are
    ...
    a skirt.
    6. Performance

    6.Performance
    characteristics are
    ...
    absorbent etc.
    7. The

    7.The
    exam will
    ...
    and evaluation.
    8. Take

    8.Take
    drawing equipment
    ...
    a design.
    9. There

    9.There
    will be
    ...
    on the following: Accessories especially ones associated with Winter Sports.a theme given by your exam board. You will have to design products based on this theme.
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  2. page Sewing Machines edited ... They use two threads one on a bobbin and one on the top spool which interlock with each other …
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    They use two threads one on a bobbin and one on the top spool which interlock with each other to make the stitches.
    Names of the different parts of the sewing machine
    Are shown on this diagram{sewing-tools-and-equipments-parts-of-the-sewing-machine-12-638.jpg}
    Before sewing with a sewing machine you should:
    Check that you have the right needle for fabric and thread thickness.
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  3. page Quality edited ... During production products are checked against specifications (seals) to ensure that they are …
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    During production products are checked against specifications (seals) to ensure that they are correct.
    Construction methods, seam types and allowances, are checked to ensure that they are correct with no holes, loose ends or applied incorrectly as well as component and fabric checking.
    TheTemplates are used to make sure components are positioned correctly or the right shape is cut out of the fabric.
    The
    final product
    ...
    seal’ prototype or Manufacturing Specification to ensure
    Quality should be designed into a product.
    A good quality design would: be fit for purpose, be attractive, match the design specification, be easy to manufacture, suitable for the target market, be safe and environmentally friendly.
    Good quality manufacturer would include: technically accurate, safe to user and the environment, made within a cost limit, durable, use an efficient and safe production method, fit its specification.
    ...
    by your product.product
    .
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