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Fabric Manufacturing 1 (1932)
CONDUCTED BY:
Md.Ashikur Rahman
Department of Textile Engineering
Daffodil Polytechnic Institute

INTENTION

 To develop basic knowledge regarding the preparatory process of fabric manufacture.
 To develop the skill of the students, in the weaving preparatory process.
 To familiarize the students, with different types of loom.
 To provide skill on the basic concept of knitting.

SHORT DESCRIPTION OF BOOKS STUDIES:
The basic concept of fabric weaving processes like winding; Warping; Sizing; Denting & drafting; Read & heald count; Weaving; Power loom; Loom motion & basic idea of knitting
Clothing-1
SHORT DESCRIPTION:
Garments; Garment accessories; Tailoring process; Pattern making; Marker; Cutting machines; Fabric spreading; Seam & sewing
Clothing II (1962)
CONDUCTED BY:
MUHAMMAD ZAYEDUL HAQUE
Instructor & SEIP Trainer
Department of Textile Engineering
Daffodil Polytechnic Institute

INTENTION OF THIS COURSE:
• Our student will develop understanding and skill on operating different sewing machine. sewing of garments by using different types of sewing machine
• Our student can operating different sewing machine.
• Our student can get knowledge of different work aid of sewing machine.
• Our student can get knowledge of Interlining.
• Our student can get knowledge of Garments Finishing.
• Our student can get knowledge of care level code.

After completing the Course student will have knowledge about different sewing machine, sewing of garments by using different types of sewing machine, knowledge of different work aid of sewing machine, Interlining, Garments finishing & Garments care level code.
Fabric Structure and Analysis-01
Course Created By
Md.Ashikur Rahman
Instructor, Textile & GDPM
Daffodil Polytechnic Institute

AIMS :
● To develop the basic knowledge required for structural design of fabric.
● To develop the skill of the student in textile design.
● To familiarize the student with different Plain & Twill weave.
● To acquire knowledge of different structured fabrics.

SHORT DESCRIPTION :
Basic concept of Textile design; Artistic design; Drafting & lifting plan; Weave plan; Plain weave; Twill weave; Diamond; Diaper; Broken twill; Stepped twill & standard commercial fabrics.
Yarn Manufacturing 3 (1951)
CONDUCTED BY:
MUHAMMAD ZAYEDUL HAQUE
Instructor & SEIP Trainer
Department of Textile Engineering
Daffodil Polytechnic Institute

AIMS
To enable the students with an opportunity to acquire knowledge, skill and attitude in the area of yarn manufacturing with special emphasis on
• Roving Frame/Speed frame/Simplex
• Ring frame
• Conditioning
• Winding
• Reeling
• Bundling and baling
• Waste

SHORT DESCRIPTION
The basic concept of ring-spinning frame; Component parts of the ring-spinning frame; Drafting and roller setting; Ring, traveler & spindle of ring-spinning frame; Faults, change places and waste in spinning; Conditioning of yarn; Winding; Reeling; Bundling and baling; jute spinning frame; Draft & Twist of spinning frame; Building & winding; Technical aspects of spinning frame; Waste in cotton spinning.
Fabric Manufacturing 3 (1952)
CONDUCTED BY:
Md.Ashikur Rahman
Department of Textile Engineering
Daffodil Polytechnic Institute

Subject Aims:

1. To develop the basic knowledge regarding Fabric manufacturing
2. To develop knowledge & skill about different motions
3. To acquire knowledge to make different fabric shedding mechanisms, stop motion
Subject Outcome:1. To know the process of fabric manufacturing
2. Understand properly the process of stop motions, and shedding mechanisms.
Production Planning & Control (7074)
CONDUCTED BY:
MUHAMMAD ZAYEDUL HAQUE
Instructor & SEIP Trainer
Department of Textile Engineering
Daffodil Polytechnic Institute

INTENTION
1. To develop the basic knowledge regarding production control
2. To develop knowledge & skill about different planning
3. To acquire knowledge to make different inventory control
4. To acquire knowledge to know different production calculation

SHORT DESCRIPTION ABOUT BOOKS STUDIES:
Production system; division of labor; production planning; localization of industry; time study and motion study; selection of factory site; factory building; plant layout; equipment layout; operation of the factory; production control; quality control; cost control; inventory control; materials handling; case study.
Clothing 1 (1954)
CONDUCTED BY:
MUHAMMAD ZAYEDUL HAQUE
Instructor & SEIP Trainer
Department of Textile Engineering
Daffodil Polytechnic Institute

AIMS
To enable the student a clear idea of garments.
To develop basic knowledge and skill of garment cloth.
To develop basic knowledge of garment accessories.

SHORT DESCRIPTION:
Garments; Garment accessories; Tailoring process; Patternmaking; Marker; Cutting machines; Fabric spreading; Seam & sewing.
General Textile Processing-I (21111)
CONDUCTED BY:
MUHAMMAD ZAYEDUL HAQUE
Instructor & SEIP Trainer
Department of Textile Engineering
Daffodil Polytechnic Institute

After undergoing the subject, students will be able to:
 Identify machineries of cotton and jute yarn manufacturing.
 Identify process sequence for cotton and jute fibers.
 Identify grading, batch, batching, emulsion preparation and softening for jute yarn manufacturing.
 Determine winding packages.
 Identify warp beams.
 Demonstrate power looms.
 Identify maintenance tools and their uses.
 Observe machine gears
Textile Testing & Quality Control- 1 (1944)
CONDUCTED BY:
MUHAMMAD ZAYEDUL HAQUE
Instructor & SEIP Trainer
Department of Textile Engineering
Daffodil Polytechnic Institute

Subject Aims:
Basic aspects of textile testing, humidity, moisture in textiles, sampling, identification of textile fibers, fiber length & its measurement, fiber strength & its measurement, Trash, naps & their measurement, fiber fineness &its measurement, micromere value, fiber maturity

Subject Outcome:
Students will be understood with an opportunity to acquire knowledge & skill about Testing,
Techniques & System of Testing. Operating system of different modern Testing instruments,
Interpretation & Analysis of testing data uses & Maintenance of testing instruments.