Stage 1: Knitting Once the raw material of the sock is […]
Stage 1: Knitting
Once the raw material of the sock is purchased, washed, and then spun into yarn, the yarn is made into a large reel before dyeing. There are countless needles gathered together to weave multiple lines until it forms many interlocking rings. The resulting loop is then used to make socks. In order to make it comfortable and easy to adapt, the size and parts of each garment use different sewing machines and needles of different diameters. As we all know, computerized knitting machines are extremely fast and can weave countless socks.
Stage 2: Sewing
The various components are then combined together, similar to a finished tube. A big benefit is that once the clothes are finished, they have a lot of seams to make the wearer more comfortable. It also has the advantage of eliminating excessive runs due to large seams. Once the inspection is complete, the debris is then moved from the inside out and the seaming and linking process is completed. According to socks, automatic links, seamless links and handcuffs are done.
Stage 3: washing and drying
The socks are then washed and then dried to ensure they shrink and stabilize. Wash, here only water, and avoid detergent.
Stage 4: Logo Embroidery
After washing and drying, the company's logo and brand mark are easily sewn to the socks with automatic embroidery machines and computer software. Customization of the sock pattern or design is done here.
Stage 5: Boarding
The shape of the sock occurs at this stage because steam and heat are used for the formation of the sock, while the metal foot extension frame is used. When all of this is used, a smooth appearance and a suitable shape are required.
Stage 6: Quality Inspection
In professional sock factories, all stages of the production of socks are usually inspected and checked after boarding to pack only high quality socks. This process filters out contaminated socks.
Stage 7: Packing socks
Once the quality inspection is completed, it is packaged according to the customer's specifications. The purpose of packaging socks is to create perfection because every aspect of it is checked. Packaging determines if it will attract customers and prospects.
Stage 8: Transportation and storage
After packaging, the socks manufacturer's next step is to transport the socks to the warehouse where they will be stored until they can be shipped to customers and prospects.