Flow Chart of Denim Manufacturing Process

Process Flow Chart of Denim Manufacturing:

In this fashionable era, the young generation is highly dependent on denim based garments. It’s seen that their wardrobes are full of different types of garments which are made by using denim fabric. Normally denim is a twill weave is woven and 100% cotton fabric that contains dyed warp yarn and grey weft yarn. During denim fabric manufacturing, a process flow-chart should maintain to facilitate the fabric manufacturing process which is discussed in this article.

Denim Manufacturing Process

Denim Manufacturing Process

Flowchart of Denim Manufacturing Process:

Yarn collection from a spinning factory

Warping

Yarn dyeing

Weaving

Singeing

Equalizing or Heat setting

Finishing

Inspection

Folding & Packing

Delivery

All the above processes are discussed in the following table:

SL/No.
Process
Procedure
01
Yarn collection from a spinning factory
According to the required types of denim fabric, the yarn should collect from the spinning factory. Denim fabric can be crushed denim, vintage denim and reverse denim, etc.
02
Warping
Here, warping is done to arrange a convenient number of warp yarns of related length so that can be collected on a single warp beam as a continuous sheet of yarns that can be used for the next processes.
03
Yarn dyeing
In this process, scouring, washing, dyeing, and drying is done. It should be noted that only warp yarns have needed to dye.
04
Weaving
Weaving is done here by using warp yarn (dyed yarn) and weft yarn (grey yarn). Here different types of weave design have followed such as 2/1 twill weave, broken twill, reverse twill, zig-zag twill, etc. sometimes fancy design is also used for producing fashionable fabric.
05
Singeing
Singeing is done here to obtain a clean fabric surface which allows the structure of the fabric to be clearly seen.
06
Equalizing or Heat setting
Equalizing or heat setting is done here to control fabric shrinkage percentage. Special types of weft yarn are heated here so that it can’t create high shrinkage during the garments manufacturing process.
07
Finishing
In the case of denim finishing, the sanforizing process is used.
08
Inspection
Finally, inspection is done here, if found any problem, taken the necessary steps to solve that.
09
Folding &
Packing
After inspecting denim fabrics, folding and packing are done here to deliver the goods.
10
Delivery
Finally, all the goods are sent to the buyer.

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