Product Process

PROCESS 01

Yarn

Yarn

The term “DTY” stands for Draw Texturized Yarn. DTY, also known as crimped yarn, is a type of texturized yarn that possesses excellent elasticity and resilience. It is created through a process called texturing, which imparts stretchability and bulkiness to the yarn. DTY is widely used in the textile industry for manufacturing fabrics that require stretch and recovery properties and the target is to get as close as possible to natural cotton with this manmade product.

PROCESS 02

Weave

Weave

The weaving operation is an automated process. After the equipment debugging and raw material preparation are completed, the raw materials are fed into the weaving equipment, which automatically performs the weaving operation. During this process, the equipment will perform weaving operations at a certain speed and tension based on pre-set weaving patterns and parameters, thereby producing various types of fabrics.

PROCESS 03

Dye

Dye

Dyeing is a magical art that requires careful adjustment through various processes to present various different effects. Whether it is the depth of color, changes in tone, texture, or the luster of the fabric, all require precise process adjustments to achieve the desired effect.

PROCESS 04

After Treatment

After Treatment

Velvet is a three-dimensional fabric, with its plush texture and rich colors making it an ideal choice for many fashionable products. However, flannelette fabric is inevitably affected during the production process, such as the possibility of uneven down after dyeing, which can reduce the aesthetic and texture of the flannelette fabric. In order to solve these problems, the finishing of flannel has become particularly important. Post finishing of flannelette is a process of processing flannelette, which improves and enhances the appearance and texture of the flannelette through methods such as heat setting, shearing, embossing, and burning out.