Flow chart manufacturing process in the garments industry 2021

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Flow Chart of Garments Manufacturing Process / Technology:

A basic garment manufacturing flow chart is presented below:

  • Buyer/ Customer
  • Marketing and Merchandising
  • Design
  • Pattern Making
  • Development sample making
  • Fit Sample Making
  • Fabric trims, and accessories in-house
  • Trims card Approval
  • Fabric test report before cutting
  • Trims test report before sewing
  • Fabric inspection
  • Trims and Accessories inspection
  • Pre-production sample making or P.P. sample making
  • Top sample making
  • Production Pattern Making
  • Size set making
  • Pre-production meeting or P.P. meeting
  • Grading
  • Marker Making
  • Fabric Spreading
  • Fabric Cutting
  • Cutting Parts Sorting or Bundling
  • Sewing
  • Garments Inspection in the sewing line
  • Garments Ironing and Finishing
  • Garments packing approval from BUYER/ Customer
  • Garments Packing
  • Make packing list
  • Garments Cartooning
  • Pre-Final Inspection
  • Final Inspection
  • Shipment
Flow chart
Flow chart of garments manufacturing process

Buyer/ Customer: First of all buyers submit orders to the garments factory through a factory merchandiser.

Marketing and Merchandising: Merchandiser always works under the factory. They receive orders from buyers or customers. Also, the merchandiser works on marketing of garments factories.

Design: After order quantity submits buyer in the factory. The buyer makes design a garment and sends this design-related factory merchandiser. The merchandiser follows this design for Pattern Making.

Pattern Making: Merchandiser forward design sheet in a related Pattern Maker or Master. Pattern Master makes the Pattern follows the design sheet.

Development sample making: After making to complete pattern then go to make the development sample for the buyer’s approval.

Fit Sample Making: After development sample approval from buyer then make fit sample and its approve from buyer merchandiser go to bulk fabric trims and accessories color-wise and style-wise in-house in the factory.

Fabric trims, and accessories in-house: After fabric trims and accessories color wise approval from buyer merchandiser in-house all trims which need style wise.

Trims card Approval: Make the trims card and send to buyer for approval in the bulk production.

Fabric test report before cutting: Merchandiser test all bulk fabric and make report and send to buyer for approval.

Trims test report before sewing: Merchandiser test all bulk Trims and make the report and send to buyer for approval.

Fabric inspection: Factory quality team all in-house bulk fabric minimum 10% inspection and make report. If fabric inspection pass inform to related merchandiser and if fabric inspection is fail must be inform to merchandiser and supplier for solution.

Trims and Accessories Inspection: Factory quality team all in-house bulk trims and accessories minimum 10% inspection and make the report. If trims and accessories inspection pass inform to related merchandiser and if trims and accessories inspection is failed must be informed to merchandiser and supplier for solution

Pre-production sample making or P.P. sample making: After bulk, all fabric, trims, and accessories approved by the buyer then proceeds of pre-production sample making or pp sample making for approval.

Top sample making: After the p.p sample is approved by the buyer then proceed with Top sample making for approval.

Production Pattern Making: After going to bulk production before making production pattern.

Size set making:

  • Pre-production meeting or P.P. meeting
  • Grading
  • Marker Making
  • Fabric Spreading

Fabric Spreading| Objects of Spreading:

Fabric spreading is one of the most important processes in the readymade garments sector, by which fabric plies are spread to get the required length and width as per marker dimension. If fabric spreading is perfect then fabric wastage will be decreased, which ultimately helps to achieve higher profit from a garment export order. As its importance in the garments manufacturing sector, today I will present here some key purposes or objects of fabric spreading.

Definition of Fabrics Spreading:

Fabric spreading means the smooth laying out of the fabric in superimposed layers of definite length. It is a preparatory operation for cutting and consists of fabric lying. Marker paper is laid on top of the fabric layers. It should be noted here that, during spreading, the number of the plies should be not more than three hundred, where the number of layers depends on the height of the fabrics and thickness of the fabrics.

Purpose of Fabric Spreading:

  1. It helps to place the number of plies of fabric to the length of the marker.
  2. It helps to cut the fabrics in bulk quantity at the same time.
  3. It helps in saving fabric cutting time for bulk garments production.
  4. During cutting the fabric, it helps to use multi clothing markers at the same time.
  5. It helps in cutting many fabric plies at the same time.
  6. It helps to make every fabric ply plain and flat.

Speech from the writer:
If you read this article with full concentration then you can answer the below questions in the interview:

  1. What do you mean by fabrics spreading in the clothing industry?
  2. Point out various purposes of fabrics spreading in the garment manufacturing sector.
  3. Mention the significance of fabrics spreading in the apparel manufacturing sector.

Fabric Cutting: After all p

  • Cutting Parts Sorting or Bundling
  • Sewing
  • Garments Inspection in the sewing line
  • Garments Ironing and Finishing
  • Garments packing approval from BUYER/ Customer
  • Garments Packing
  • Make packing list
  • Garments Cartooning
  • Pre-Final Inspection
  • Final Inspection
  • Shipment

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