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Friday, 31 July 2020

Lead time | Lead Time for Different Textile Processes

Lead time refers to the time between the initiation (starting) and completion (ending) of a Process/Production process. Usually we have 120 days as a garment order lead time though it may vary from the type of orders. For instance, due to the growing demand for fast fashion, we have only 1/2 weeks for fast track orders.

Lead time is the amount of time that elapses between when a process starts and its completion. Lead time is examined closely in manufacturing, supply chain management and project management, as companies want to reduce the amount of time it takes to deliver products to the market.

Lead Time for Different Textile Processes:
1.     Lead tıme for yarn dyed knıt fabrıcs 
2.     Lead tıme for solıd dyed knıt fabrıcs 
3.     Lead tıme for AOP (all-over print) knıt fabrıcs

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Sunday, 26 July 2020

7-Wheel Take-Up Mechanism

Emdadul Haq 
Lecturer, Department of Textile Engineering, Primeasia University; Bangladesh  

Take-up is the secondary motion of the loom. The process of withdrawing fabric from the weaving zone at a constant rate and then winding the cloth on the cloth roller as the weaving proceeds is called take-up.

7-wheel take-up mechanism | Texpedia
Figure: 7-wheel take-up mechanism

Manufacturing & Service Operations | Functions of Supply Chain

Supply Chain A  supply chain  is a network of individual functions within an organization that begins with the development of a stra...