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Textiles make for a great economic outlook, and, clothes to be worn. if there are no textile industries in the country, then you need to import quite a lot. of course, the gains in this industry are rather slim, as, there is not a lot to be made from cloth. sewing things also is included in this industry, all sorts of sewing and knitting and weaving too. you could almost say all arts are included in this industry too.

So, how do we make it better? if the textile market needs to be promoted, then it simply comes down to first sending out samples of your goods to all prospects you can find. it is not a time to be shy - if you get the order, you might get more. why not strive for as many orders as possible?

That aside, it is nearly illegal to use robots to sew for you. this also allows for a human error correcting for the job,w here only a human being can decipher what is reject material or not.

If you were to want to sew faster, sewing machines could be employed to help the typically woman types that these jobs employ. then, there is a new concept of mine - the 'hand sewer.' this would be like a big stapler that you glide over the materials with your hands, one hand to control the sewing machine, one to guide the materials. this will no doubt make the staff much more effective, yes?
 

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Youve spammed this forum with ideas on dozens of subjects and all of them display hilarious lack of understanding. Is there any subject you actually know something about?
 

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With textiles, we want to create something out of some sort of materials. if we were to make clothes, we would need a plan or a blue print, and then sew to the plan. if the plan is complex, then we need to take longer to do it as then there will be a lot more detail being achieved, as this would be where the clothes will need to fit to the plan, not the other way around.

Shoes are harder to make than clothes, because they need to be attached to rubber. this rubber is molded by a machine, the same way plastic is. this will leave a shoe that would need a short time to sew together, and, then your shoe would be ready. making the laces would be where you need to take material and sew it together.
 

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Textiles make for a great economic outlook, and, clothes to be worn. if there are no textile industries in the country, then you need to import quite a lot. of course, the gains in this industry are rather slim, as, there is not a lot to be made from cloth. sewing things also is included in this industry, all sorts of sewing and knitting and weaving too. you could almost say all arts are included in this industry too.

So, how do we make it better? if the textile market needs to be promoted, then it simply comes down to first sending out samples of your goods to all prospects you can find. it is not a time to be shy - if you get the order, you might get more. why not strive for as many orders as possible?

That aside, it is nearly illegal to use robots to sew for you. this also allows for a human error correcting for the job,w here only a human being can decipher what is reject material or not.

If you were to want to sew faster, sewing machines could be employed to help the typically woman types that these jobs employ. then, there is a new concept of mine - the 'hand sewer.' this would be like a big stapler that you glide over the materials with your hands, one hand to control the sewing machine, one to guide the materials. this will no doubt make the staff much more effective, yes?
.....no.
 
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