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Showing posts with label Apparel Engineering. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Apparel Engineering. Show all posts

Thursday, 19 November 2020

Garment Fusing। Different elements used in the garment industry

Fusing? 
Fusing is a process of introducing interlining materials/sheet in-between the parts of the garment. Fusible Interlining sheet is coated with thermoplastic polymer resin and it is used to ensure a fixed shape, good strength and stability of a garment.

Tuesday, 17 November 2020

Garments Making Flow chart । Garments' Components

A garment making process consists of several essential processes. These operations are executed steps by steps to make the desired garment item like t-shirt, polo shirt, trouser etc. The process flow chart of making a garment has been outlined as below-

Saturday, 14 November 2020

Negotiation | Base Price | Target Price | Negotiation Approach

Negotiation – the dialogue between opposing parties (customer vs vendor) to a deal whereby they attempt to reach an agreement. Virtually every business process requires some degree of negotiation. To progress in business and in most personal endeavours, negotiation must be employed. Negotiation starts after the successful technical meeting on the item or garment to be ordered. 

Price Negotiation | Garment Merchandising

Monday, 7 September 2020

Fabric cutting । Methods of Fabric Cutting in Garment Industry

Fabric cutting is one of the preparatory processes of garments manufacturing. It is done to separate different parts of a garment from the lays of fabrics according to pre-designed marker with various size ranges placed on the lay. After the cutting operation, the cut pieces are sorted out, numbered and bundled as per different sizes. 


Fabric cutting in Garment Industry

Friday, 4 September 2020

Thursday, 3 September 2020

Saturday, 8 August 2020

Clothing Comfort

Clothing Comfort
Clothing comfort is a very complex subjective perception, which relates to the interactions between fabrics, climatic, human physiological and psychological variables. Clothing comfort is a state of satisfaction indicating physiological, psychological and physical balance among the person.

Monday, 3 August 2020

GSP, MGA, Quota

GSP

The Generalized System of Preferences is a U.S. trade program designed to promote economic growth in the developing world by providing preferential duty-free entry for up to 4,800 products from 129 designated beneficiary countries and territories. GSP was instituted on January 1, 1976, by the Trade Act of 1974.

Fusing । The controlling factors of fusing

Fusing?

Fusing is a process of introducing interlining materials/sheet in-between the parts of the garment. Fusible Interlining sheet is coated with thermoplastic polymer resin and it is used to ensure a fixed shape, good strength and stability of a garment.

Sunday, 21 June 2020

A to Z of Apparel Merchandising

Proto sample order enquiry:  This is the first stage in which the buyer will enquire with the Merchant/merchandiser about the new order.

Forwarding tech pack:  When the order enquiry has been done, then the buyer sends a “Tech Pack” or technical specification sheet to the Merchant/ merchandiser. Tech pack includes all the details of a style and which includes the items as follows:
  • Product style design
  • Measurements
  • Fabric
  • Style code
  • Colour code
  • Embellishment details, etc.

Wednesday, 3 June 2020

Sustainability in the Apparel Industry: Product Diversification

Sustainability in the Apparel Industry: Product Diversification

Bangladesh Apparel Industry makes a significant contribution to the national economy by creating generous employment opportunities especially innumerable uneducated women of the country and reducing poverty through socio-economic development. 20 million people depend on this industry and 10 million are directly and/or indirectly are employed through this sector. This sector is helping people by changing their lives and living standards. Bangladesh is the world’s second-largest Readymade Garment (RMG) exporter, just behind China. Country’s 84% of exports come from the RMG sector, and the Textile & Apparel sector contributes around 20% to Bangladesh’s GDP. Bangladesh plans to get the middle-income country status by 2021, and RMG sector is going to play a major role in it. For more please click on Textile and RMG industry in Bangladesh.


Top 4 Challenges in the Apparel Manufacturing Industry- Texpedia

As the days go by, consumers are becoming more fashion-conscious. Consequently, apparel production is facing the new more challenges. The major challenges apparel production faces or will face are mentioned below- 

Challenges in Apparel Production

Tuesday, 2 June 2020

Garment washing। Texpedia

Garment washing

There was a time when only indigo dyed garment items were processed in washing as a finishing operation. The fashion is moving so fast and everyone is looking for fashion items. As the demand for fashion items increases day by day, various new processes have been discovered. Garment washing is one of them which is not confined only to the indigo-dyed items anymore. Garment washing is a fancy world of creativity. A variety of designs can be made in the washing section. Both the dyed and undyed garment items are processed to create a new look. In fact, the garment items are sent to the washing section after sewing is done and imparted various types of finishing effects by different types of washing and garment dyeing processes. Garment washing has gained a lot of attention due to the fact that it provides a variety of designs and creates fashion items that ensure comfort issues as well.

Sunday, 31 May 2020

Application of Computer in the Garments Industry

Now it is the age of science and technology. You cannot find a single sector, where a computer is not being used. Accordingly, the textile and garment industry has been modernized with the versatile applications of computer. The main applications of computer in the garment industry are as below-

Inspection systems for Apparel Industry। Common Garment Tests

Different inspection systems are being used at different phases of garment manufacturing in order to ensure the right quality of the products as per customers' expectations. 

Interlining in Garment Manufacturing

Interlining?

Interlining is a sheet of fusible or non-fusible material that is used in-between the layers of fabric to give a certain shape and strength. For example, interlining is used in the collars, cuffs, waistbands to ensure the shape. Right interlining should be carefully selected to avoid any types of damage to the garments/parts of the garments. Interlining may be introduced to the garment parts either by sewing or fusing depending on the types of interlining being used. 

Methods of Garment Fusing

Fusing?

The fusing of interlinings in garment manufacturing is a very important process. Fusing is a process of introducing interlining materials/sheet in-between the parts of the garment. Fusible Interlining sheet is coated with thermoplastic polymer resin and it is used to ensure a fixed shape, good strength and stability of a garment.

Saturday, 30 May 2020

Fabric cutting । Methods of Fabric Cutting in Garment Industry

Fabric cutting is one of the preparatory processes of garments manufacturing. It is done to separate different parts of a garment from the lays of fabrics according to predesigned marker with various size ranges placed on the lay. After the cutting operation, the cut pieces are sorted out, numbered and bundled as per different sizes. 

Saturday, 23 May 2020

RMG Business terms & definitions

AQL = Acceptable Quality Level
GSP = Generalized System of Preferences
CBL = Center Back Line
GATT = Generalized Agreement on Tariffs and Taxes
CFL = Center Front Line
MFA = Multi-Fiber Arrangement
FOB = Free On Board
VAT = Value Added Tax
GOB = Government Of Bangladesh
TUF = Technology Upgradation Fund
GPT = Garments Performance Test
ETP = Effluent Treatment Plan
C & F = Cost & Freight
UNIDO = United Nation International Development Organization
CIF = Cost, Insurance and Freight
P/C = Polyester + Cotton
CMT = Cost of Making with Trimming
T/C = Tetron + Cotton
CMO = Cost of Making Order
FAS = Free Alongside Ship
NSA = No Seam Allowance
CNF = Clearing & Forwarding
BL = Bill of Lading
EU = European Union
CO = Certificate of Origin
EPI = Ends Per Inch
L/C = Letter of Credit
PPI = Picks Per Inch
BTB L/C = Back to Back L/C
UNEC = United Nations Economic and Development Commission
UD = Utilization Declaration
TU = Trade Union
UP = Utilization Permission
UNDP = United Nations Development Program
AAQC = American Association of Quality Control
ILO = International Labor Organization
LCA = Letter of Credit Authorization
IFTU = International Federation of Trade Union
PSI = Pre-Shipment Inspection
IMF = International Monetary Fund
XL = Extra Large (Size)
GB = Great Britain
L = Large (Size)
GM = General Manager
M = Medium (Size)
AGM = Assistant General Manager
S = Small (Size)
PO = production Officer
CAD = Computer Aided Design
PM = Production Manager
CAM = Computer Aided Manufacturing
CEO = Chief Executive Officer
PTS = Primary Textile Sector
ISO = International Organization for Standardizations
GDP = Growth Domestic Product

Fabric Production Techniques

There are different types of fabric production techniques such as weaving, knitting, braiding, non-weaving (for example, felting) and so on....