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Comparative Analysis of Seam Strength, Seam Slippage and Seam Efficiency of Lapped Seam and Edge Neatening Seam

Submission: November 11, 2019Published: November 21, 2019

DOI: 10.31031/TTEFT.2018.05.000622

ISSN: 2578-0271
Volume5 Issue5


Now a day’s people are concern about their fashion, comfort and the longevity of the garment. This comfort and longevity mostly depend on seam properties like seam appearance and seam performance. Seam performance can be determined by seam strength and seam slippage. In the present study twill fabric of two different GSM and construction was collected and two types seam one is lapped seam (seam class 2) and another is edge neatening seam (seam class 6) has been made with particular count thread on them. Then seam strength and seam slippage was measured both in warp and weft direction. A comparison of seam strength, seam slippage and seam efficiency among the samples were analyzed systematically.

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