Study On Quality Control In Knit Garments Production
Pinky, Afroza Sultana
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This project is on “Study on Quality Control in Knit Garments Production”. Garment manufacturing is quite different from any other conventional manufacturing. It is not a continuous production method. Each style is different product that requires different type of fabric, color, buttons, thread, etc. Hence requirement of product integrity at every stage requires detailed knowledge about the quality parameters, quality problems, their causes and remedies. For quality production it is better to know the complete process of garment making (selection of yarn-fabric production and garment manufacturing) so that quality level can be improved. In garments industry quality means, Garments are free from stain, fabric faults, sewing faults, button or button holes faults, size or measurements faults, washing shrinkage & handle faults. Quality may be defined as the level of acceptance of a goods or services. For the textile and apparel industry, product quality is calculated in terms of quality and standard of fibers, yarns, fabric construction, color fastness, designs and the final finished garments. Different garments factory follow different quality control and management systems especially different inspection systems for garment inspection (i.e. 4-point system, 10-point system,AQL etc.). Nowadays buyers are very much quality conscious. If it is possible to maintain a high Quality system of inspection policy, the buyers shall be motivated and more quality products can be made. So, it is possible to set different modern quality procedures and quality management techniques for the betterment of RMG sector. This project also has been tried to represent the modern techniques of quality control in knit garments industries.
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