The On-line Inspection of Sewn Seams

  title={The On-line Inspection of Sewn Seams},
  author={Timothy G. Clapp and Kimberly J. Titus},
OF SEWN SEAMS L. Howard Olson (G. Tech) J. Lewis Dorri@ (G. Tech) Apparel manufacturing is traditionally very labor intensive due to the extensive style and fabric variation of the products. Most of the sewing machine manufacturers and some of the larger apparel companies have developed semi-automated sewing stations to perform operations which are constant across a large style range. These normally require an operator to load the machine, which then automatically sews and stacks the components… CONTINUE READING


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