Layout plan analysing in the Garment Department
Apparel, Layout, Line-balancing, Textile sector, Garments Industry.
In Apparel manufacturing process sewing is one of the most important operation .Most of such industrial sewing is done by industrial sewing machines. The cut pieces of a garment are generally tacked, or temporarily stitched at the initial stage. The complex parts of the machine then pierces thread through the layers of the cloth and interlocks the thread. Layout planning of sewing section generally means the line sequence of m/c is required in a specific product & how many types of products are producing in different line. In sewing section the complete garments are made which are suitable to wear. Although it seems to be a simple process, industrial sewing is quite a complex process involving many preparations and mathematical calculations for the perfect seam quality. Good quality sewing also depends on the sound technical knowledge that goes into pattern designing and making. Flat sheets of fabric having holes and slits into it can curve and fold in three-dimensional shapes in very complex ways that require a high level of skill and experience to manipulate into a smooth, wrinkle-free design. Aligning the patterns printed or woven into the fabric also complicates the design process. Once a clothing designer, with the help of his technical knowledge, makes the initial specifications and markers, the fabric can then be cut using templates and sewn by sewing m/c. We have done this project work in our Apparel lab and visited one industry to get more valuable data and experience.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 2, Issue 6

Page(s): 458 - 463
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