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Prasanta Sarkar
Engineer, Blogger and Editor
Engineer, Blogger and Editor
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Why Measure WIP in a Garment Factory?
Work in progress (WIP) includes the set at large of unfinished items for products in a production process. These items are not yet completed but either just being stitched or waiting in a queue for further processing or in a buffer storage. WIP is in-proces...
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Different Types of Weaves in Woven Fabrics
Textile fabrics are essential material for making clothes, home made-up and other apparel products. Fabrics can be classified into four types according to the fabric weave structure - woven fabric, non-woven fabric, knit fabric and braid. In this post, we w...
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Measure SMV Improvement Percentage
In the garment industry, the industrial engineering department does a lot of improvement work in a factory, like improving productivity, reducing cost per garment, setting up SOPs. The improvements they do, are measured through various KPIs. But many engine...
Measure SMV Improvement Percentage
Measure SMV Improvement Percentage
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ThreadSol Becomes Part of Coats Global Services
ThreadSol’s technology focuses on fabric usage optimisation in apparel manufacturing and helps customers reduce fabric waste and cost, and establish accurate product costing. It uses proprietary algorithms built on artificial neural networks to optimise the...
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Collar Making Technology and Machines (with video)
A collar is one of the most visible parts of a shirt. The collar appearance is enough to determine the value of the shirt. With automation becoming the future of garment industry various machines are being developed and implemented throughout the industries...
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Defects in the Garment Industry - An eBook by Stitch Diary
A defect can degrade the quality of the garment. Producing defective garment means compromising with product quality, and incurring excess cost, time and labour to make the garment saleable.  100+ different defects found in the garments which come from vari...
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Chinese Apparel Sourcing - Few Insights of the Chinese Garment Industry
I recently visited China to source fabric and onboard manufacturing plants for my performance sports apparel company. As someone who worked in the apparel sourcing for various companies in the past, I have visited China many times, though my most recent vis...
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Res.Q QMS - The Real-Time Quality Management System for the Apparel Industry
Getting The Right Data To The Right People At The Right Time Whether you run multinational apparel manufacturing operations or a single factory, data should be at the heart of your organization’s strategic decision making. The important criteria is getting ...
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How to Calculate Overall Line Efficiency?
In the garment manufacturing industry, we measure line efficiency on daily basis. Out of different KPI for efficiency measure, the overall line efficiency (simply Line Efficiency) is majorly measured by the garment factories. In this post, I will show you h...
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Graduation Research Project Ideas for Fashion/Apparel Technology Students 2019
It is time to prepare the concept note for the research project you will be doing in your next semester. I am sure you are doing research for finding a good project topic that should sound interesting, trendy as well as can add value to the industry. The pr...
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