R. Sreenivasan, an academic development committee chairman of NIFT-TEA Knitwear Institute and a popular garment exporter, for the overall benefit of apparel industry held an exhibition of latest imported micro-processor control models of sewing, cutting and printing machines. The expo held on Thursday was witnessed by industrialists as well as young apparel designers.
According to Mr. Sreenivasan, many of the models displayed like the Japan-made worldâ€™s first lock stitcher machine with digital feed are yet to be introduced in Tirupur.
Lock stitcher machines are now coming with pen drive options so that the stitching specifications set in one machine can be copied and fed into other machines. Result is that there will be uniformity in stitching the clothes in a particular lot, he explained.
Advanced machines like two-needle auto back latchers and those designed specifically to make gents undergarments attracted the visitors. Compact fabric printing machines made in United States were another crowd puller.
The aim behind organizing the event by inviting global manufacturers of such state-of-the-art gadgets is to expose the textile entrepreneurs to the vast potential offered by the micro-processor controlled sewing and cutting machines as it improves competence and reduce human errors as well as wastages in the apparel making.
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