Study on Cutting, Sewing and Finishing Section at a Garments industry
Islam, Md.Sanour bin
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We completed our thesis project Study on Inspection in various sections in a garments industry. This paper clearly explains the hourly feed inspection reports. Daily garments reject (%) report. In-line garments inspection report, pre final garments inspection reports, Final garments inspection reports. This project based on the different types of sewing defects and their remedies. In the textile industry, Inspection is basically done, before the shipment. This Project is done by Nur group & Raiyan knit Composite Ltd. The Factory Monthly production capacity 900,000 Pecs/month, The Factory per year production capacity 10,800000 Pecs. production number of line 32, number of Sewing M/C 1120, number of manpower 3000. Floor production Production floor area 426,855 square feet. In our study, we us focus on important of sewing defect, how to the control sewing defects in a garment factory, how to the work pre-final and final and final inspection and we us trying to identify that problems, reasons and their remedies. In my project, we have investigation of Cutting Defect 17 we have investigated 45 sewing defect reports from sewing input to output of finishing sections. For the analysis of the reports, we find different type of defects that found in sewing and finishing section. Such as: Skip stitch Broken stitch, oil marks, , open seam, label slanted, dirty mark, oil mark, slanted seam, uncut thread, twisting placket slanted, embroidery hole, , raw age, stripe miss-match, part shading, print problem, foreign yarn, needle mark, connecting thread, pleat, puckering, uneven joint stitch, needle damage etc. Maximum numbers of faults are Skip stitch 30%, Broken stitch 8%, Needle cut 9%, Uncut thread 25%.and others 30% defect.
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