There are five textile laboratories i.e. Spinning, Fibre & Yarn Testing, Fabric Formation, Fabric Analysing and Wet Processing labs built on campus.
The spinning lab has a covered area of 10,000 sq. ft and is centrally air conditioned with the state-of-the-art LUWA A/C plant. Yarn formation, spinning mechanism, quality assurance of textiles and advanced fibre processing courses are supported by laboratory practicals.
The lab has advanced staple and fibre processing units:
Students are taught the importance and functions of different parts of machines, operating machines at required speeds, calculating draft, twist, output rate etc., as required for various practical assignments. Practical knowledge gained in the laboratory gives students hands-on experience in their professional work
Fabric Formation Lab
The weaving lab currently has a powerloom installed for demonstration and practical purposes.
In addition, the following looms are available for the design students to produce their assigned/ chosen projects:
In addition, the following looms are available for the design students to produce their assigned projects:
- 40 sample handlooms
- 2 production dobby handlooms
- 3 production Jacquard handlooms