How we work

Production Process

Glimpse’s production process is semi-vertical, which means the company has practically all production sectors at its disposal, except for spinning and some finishing services such as carding.


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Design workshop

All our pieces are created, designed and developed in this workshop. "You can think you've made it and yet the next day's press will always be waiting for you, the public will always ask more of you. In short, you can always do better!" - Giorgio Armani Come, experience the incomparably creative service of our studio, which is tailor-made to match your design requirements. We have a in house team of designers who consistently work on the future trends using the different material Cotton, Polyester, Rayon, Wool, Acrylic, Jute, Leather using vide range of colours & hues in vogue to come up with New patterns which are exclusive.


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Weaving preparation

The entire production cycle begins here. Before the yarn is placed onto the looms, we have to prepare it for use in the weaving process. This is where the warp is produced which, later during weaving, will create the fabrics. It’s equipped with a sectional warping machine, a warper and sizing machine and winding machines.



3

Production

Glimpse India has the following production facilities spread across Panipat. We have a completely vertically integrated unit; all processes involved in production are carried out in-house.

# Dyeing
# Weaving (Power looms/Pit looms)
# Tufting
# Stitching & Cutting Machine
# Embroidery
# Latex Machine
# Metal Detector
# Finishing-Packaging & Dispatch

As we believe a sound production base is the key to successful order execution, which results in a satisfied customer base.
Therefore we keep on re-investing the substantial amount of profits in our production facility by upgrading & adding more & more latest machines

 


4

Raw inspection

This weaving support department allows us to detect possible defects at an early stage of the production process, thus enabling us to correct them on the loom. At this stage the inspection is done manually.



5

Dye Works

This is a colour laboratory equipped with a set of machines that give us great flexibility of processes, pre-treatment operations and dyeing. In this department glimpse carries out yarn-dyeing on cheese bobbins, terries and fabrics in exhaustive dyeing or semi-continuous.

Depending on the type of raw material we work with, we use vat dyes, reactive dyes, vat/disperse dyes, reactive/disperse dyes.






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Finishing

In this department we use chemical processes to give the fabrics all the desired features and finishes, both functional and aesthetic. We can divide this activity into two basic stages:

- Chemical finishing, glimpse has two stenters with 4 and 8 drying fields, respectively.

- -Physical finishing, fabric finishing is not complete without the important phase of calendering. This is where the final look of bed sheets and tablecloths is improved, making them softer and more lustrous. - Tambler is applied to terry towelling/waffle fabrics and improves the touch and appearance of these items, making them bulkier and softer. - Finally, compression - usually referred to as Sanfor - is applied to fabrics when we want to improve properties such as the feel and dimensional stability of the fabric without adding chemicals such as resin.







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Final check

This ensures that all items produced and finished in glimpse undergo rigorous inspection that ensures their degree of compliance. All defects will be reported at this stage in order to facilitate cutting and making up, but also to maximise the use of the fabric and prevent defective items being produced. This department is Fully Equipped labs and independent QA teams – Raw material tests on yarn, each drum of color & chemicals which help us maintain high and uniform standards for our products. Capable of performing all major tests for fabric and yarn specification, strength, shrinkage, color performance and other physical & chemical aspects. Also the products are tested at third party laboratories for special tests. Maintenance of color continuity records for quality control. Internal Controls through formal Quality Management System (QMS), random audits and training.