Process development and manufacturing are often thought of as separate processes, but this is not the case in the textile industry.
This is where a textile company that has been working with an emerging textile technology called textile processing lsd (TPL) will play a major role in the future of the textile manufacturing industry.
The company, which was founded in 2015, is already producing garments for clients including a leading US apparel manufacturer, Levi Strauss & JWN.
“This is a major opportunity for TPL,” says Rohan Shree, the CEO of TPL, a textile production company based in Bangalore, India.
“TPL can make garments for consumers who do not have the means to make their own clothing.
TPL has an incredible pipeline of clients.
They are very passionate about textile.”
The company has already made the move to the US to open a textile manufacturing facility in Kansas City, Kansas.
The facility, called the TPL Center for Manufacturing Technology, will create the facility for TPE manufacturing.
“We have an exciting opportunity in the US,” says Shree.
“The opportunity is huge.
It’s huge to be able to work with a textile industry that has not only the capacity to produce clothing, but the capability to do it at scale.”
TPL is a textile technology company founded by an engineering graduate from a private university in India.
It has a manufacturing team of about 10 people, including three people in the manufacturing division.
TPE, which stands for textile processing and manufacturing, is a process where a material is processed to create a finished garment.
“To make TPE it takes about 3,000 cycles,” says a TPL spokesperson.
“After that, you have a textile, which is then sewn into the garment, and then the garment is then woven into a garment,” he adds.
Tpl is a manufacturing company based out of Bangalore.
Shree says the company has three main areas of focus: technology development, product development and logistics.
“Technology is one of the biggest drivers,” says TPL’s Shree about the company’s progress.
“It is where the whole process from the design, to the fabrication, to delivery, is happening.”
Shree said TPL will begin using TPE this year.
“Once we can show the product to customers, we will then move to manufacturing.”
The technology will be used in a number of different ways.
“When you want to create an item, you will use a machine called a TPE machine,” says the TPE spokesperson.
The TPE process starts with a material called a textile and is then processed using a machine that has a vacuum cleaner attachment.
“If you are going to make a garment, it will be very clean.
If you want it to be a suit, it needs to be clean,” says one of Tpl’s employees.
“You will then have to use a TPO (textile pigment) which is the dye.
Then you can sew them together,” he says. “
Then you can cut it, and the fabric is then cut into pieces.
Then you can sew them together,” he says.
Tpoe machines are also used to process fabrics for apparel, for example, for men’s or women’s underwear.
The technology, which uses vacuum technology, is very versatile and will work in a variety of industries, Shree added.
“There is a great potential for TPO in the apparel industry.
We are already in the process of integrating this into our process,” he added.
TPT has also been working on a technology called the fabricator, which has been tested in garments.
“A TPE fabricator can do things like cutting, gluing, seaming, and other things.
It can do all of those things, and we are also doing tests with the Tpope machine,” he said.
The fabricator is currently in the works for women’s garments.
TPO is also being used in the clothing industry for other purposes.
“In the apparel business, we are doing testing with TPE for other garments,” he explained.
TPP’s Shreesays the company is also working on an online service to offer customers the option to purchase garments through the TPO service.
“Our customers can now choose to buy TPE directly from our platform or through an e-commerce platform.
This will provide a better experience for our customers,” he concluded.