From the Fabric to the Finished Garment


3D MODELLING

In the Beste-Usella production facility, skilled model makers develop garments by combining the most traditional technologies, such as paper patterns with CAD (Computer Aided Design). Thanks to this computer design program, the modeling becomes 3D and, by assembling the various components of the pattern, it allows to simulate the final garment result in three dimensions.

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AUTOMATED CUT

At the end, the fabric has to be transformed into a garment and arrive at the Beste-Usella plant, where it is subjected to cutting as a first step. In our manufacture workshop, the cut is completely electronic, equipped with a rotating blade that works on a suction mat, managed by a computer system and relative CAD. It performs a millimetric cut of all the parts that makes up the finished garment.

Beste Spa, Usella Department, Prato, Italy (view map)


LASER CUT

Laser performs cuts with millimetric precision on synthetic materials, as well as engravings and graphic drawings on them. Thanks to these precise and finest instruments, our garments are made up with a meticulous accuracy.

Beste Spa, Usella Department, Prato, Italy (view map)


ULTRASONIC SEWING

The ultrasonic sew is a high-tech machine that uses ultra-high-frequency ultrasounds to dissolve and weld synthetic fibers. That allows to simulate a traditional but seamless stitching. This technological novelty is capable to obtain resistant and waterproof products as well as giving an undeniable taste of contemporaneity to the garment.

Beste Spa, Usella Department, Prato, Italy (view map)


TAPING MACHINE

The taping machine is the one that, working with different kind ​​of pressure and heat, glues the layers of the fabric by attaching one to each other. This advanced technique is mainly used to protect the traditional seams from water infiltration, and so increasing the performance features of the garment.

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CAROUSEL PRESS

The carousel press is an indispensable element for the making of the heat-welded garments, it glues the two layers of the fabric using an hot suction air using the heat sensitivity of the glue. The crushing times and pressures are managed by a microcomputer that stores work data.

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DOWNING

MONOBI down jackets are feathered in Beste-Usella facility. The amount of feathers inserted into the garments is dosed with extreme precision and the brand is particularly sensitive also to the quality of them. For that reason, MONOBI uses RDS-certified feathers, the international standard which declares a feather respecting the animal welfare. MONOBI garments are padded with a mix of 90% pure and very light down goose and 10% down. The product quality index is dictated by the fill-power, that is the ratio between the volume and the weight of the padding of the down. In a range of 300 and 900 cuin (where 900 indicates the highest quality) the value of the MONOBI feather stands at 800 cuin.

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SEWING LAB

From the dyeing and finishing plants, the fabric is shipped to Beste's laboratory in Romania where, under the direct control of our technical staff, the production cycle begins. Automatic blade cutting, laser cutting, traditional and ultrasonic assembly operations, welding and thermo-taping, feathers or artificial fibers inserts, ironing and final testing. Then, once packed, MONOBI garments go back to Beste-Usella for final quality control.

Carlotta Confezione Srl, Romania (view map)


IRONING & QUALITY CONTROL

The garments back to Beste from the Romanian Laboratory and those born in our internal sewing plant are almost ready to be shipped to their destinations but, they are firstly subjected to the last phase of the making up: quality control. Placed on the ironing board, each garment is vaporized with high steam pressure in order to remove all the imperfections and to check the conformity of every detail.

Beste Spa, Usella Department, Prato, Italy (view map)


FROM US TO YOU

Once ready, the MONOBI garments go throught our semi-automatic warehouse Beste-Usella warehouse. There the handling takes place by “order” or by "model" depending on the case and needs and thanks to a software control. Our warehouse workers carefully pack each garment that comes to us and will be delivered to you.

Beste Spa, Usella Department, Prato, Italy (view map)

From the Fabric to the Finished Garment

3D MODELLING

In the Beste-Usella production facility,

skilled model makers develop garments

by combining the most traditional technologies,

such as paper patterns with CAD (Computer Aided Design).

Thanks to this computer design program,

the modeling becomes 3D and,

by assembling the various components of the pattern,

it allows to simulate the final garment result

in three dimensions.

 

Beste Spa, Colle Department, Prato, Italy (view map)

AUTOMATED CUT

At the end, the fabric has to be transformed into a garment

and arrive at the Beste-Usella plant,

where it is subjected to cutting as a first step.

In our manufacture workshop,

the cut is completely electronic, equipped with a rotating blade

that works on a suction mat,

managed by a computer system and relative CAD.

It performs a millimetric cut of all the parts

that makes up the finished garment.

 

Beste Spa, Usella Department, Prato, Italy (view map)

LASER CUT

Laser performs cuts with millimetric precision

on synthetic materials,

as well as engravings and graphic drawings on them.

Thanks to these precise

and finest instruments,

our garments are made up

with a meticulous accuracy.

 

Beste Spa, Usella Department, Prato, Italy (view map)

ULTRASONIC SEWING

The ultrasonic sew is a high-tech machine

that uses ultra-high-frequency ultrasounds

to dissolve and weld synthetic fibers.

That allows to simulate a traditional but seamless stitching.

This technological novelty is capable to obtain

resistant and waterproof products

as well as giving an undeniable

taste of contemporaneity to the garment.

 

Beste Spa, Usella Department, Prato, Italy (view map)

TAPING MACHINE

The taping machine is the one

that, working with different kind ​​of pressure and heat,

glues the layers of the fabric by attaching one to each other.

This advanced technique is mainly used

to protect the traditional seams

from water infiltration,

and so increasing the performance features

of the garment.

 

Beste Spa, Usella Department, Prato, Italy (view map)

CAROUSEL PRESS

The carousel press is an indispensable element

for the making of the heat-welded garments,

it glues the two layers of the fabric using an hot suction air

using the heat sensitivity of the glue.

The crushing times and pressures

are managed by a microcomputer

that stores work data.

 

Beste Spa, Usella Department, Prato, Italy (view map)

DOWNING

MONOBI down jackets are feathered in Beste-Usella facility.

The amount of feathers inserted into the garments is dosed with extreme precision

and the brand is particularly sensitive also to the quality of them.

For that reason, MONOBI uses RDS-certified feathers,

the international standard which declares a feather respecting the animal welfare.

MONOBI garments are padded with a mix of 90% pure

and very light down goose and 10% down.

The product quality index is dictated by the fill-power,

that is the ratio between the volume and the weight of the padding of the down.

In a range of 300 and 900 cuin (where 900 indicates the highest quality)

the value of the MONOBI feather stands at 800 cuin.

 

Beste Spa, Usella Department, Prato, Italy (view map)

SEWING LAB

From the dyeing and finishing plants,

the fabric is shipped to Beste's laboratory in Romania where,

under the direct control of our technical staff, the production cycle begins.

Automatic blade cutting, laser cutting,

traditional and ultrasonic assembly operations,

welding and thermo-taping, feathers or artificial fibers inserts, ironing and final testing.

Then, once packed, MONOBI garments go back to Beste-Usella for final quality control.

 

Carlotta Confezione Srl, Romania (view map)

IRONING & QUALITY CONTROL

The garments back to Beste from the Romanian Laboratory

and those born in our internal sewing plant

are almost ready to be shipped to their destinations

but, they are firstly subjected

to the last phase of the making up:

quality control.

Placed on the ironing board,

each garment is vaporized with high steam pressure

in order to remove all the imperfections

and to check the conformity of every detail.

 

Beste Spa, Usella Department, Prato, Italy (view map)

FROM US TO YOU

Once ready, the MONOBI garments

go throught our semi-automatic warehouse Beste-Usella warehouse.

There the handling takes place by “order” or by "model"

depending on the case and needs

and thanks to a software control.

Our warehouse workers carefully pack each garment

that comes to us

and will be delivered to you.

 

Beste Spa, Usella Department, Prato, Italy (view map)