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Apparel Manuafcturing 1

Apparel Manuafcturing 1

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ASSIGNMENT INTRODUCTION TO TEXTILES; TEX: 101 SECTION: A TOPIC: APPAREL MANUFACTURING

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1. MD. RIYAZ-UL-ISLAM 2. MD. SAIFUL ISLAM 3. AMRAN HOSSAIN 4. MD. NAZMUL HASSAN 5. MD. SHAMSUL ISLAM 6. MD. MEHEDI HASSAN 7. KAKON KUMER ROY

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06313241 06313262 07114236 07114242 07215007 07215008 07215070

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APPAREL MANUAFCTURING
FLOW CHART OF APPAREL MANUFACTURE TECHNOLOGY SKE SKETCH & DESIGN
BODY MEASUREMENT CHART

PATTERN MAKING SAMPLE GARMENT PRODUCTION PRODUCTION PATTERN GRADING

ASSIGNMENT INTRODUCTION TO TEXTILES; TEX: 101 SECTION: A TOPIC: APPAREL MANUFACTURING

GROUP MEMBERS

NAME
1. MD. RIYAZ-UL-ISLAM 2. MD. SAIFUL ISLAM 3. AMRAN HOSSAIN 4. MD. NAZMUL HASSAN 5. MD. SHAMSUL ISLAM 6. MD. MEHEDI HASSAN 7. KAKON KUMER ROY

ID
06313241 06313262 07114236 07114242 07215007 07215008 07215070

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APPAREL MANUAFCTURING
FLOW CHART OF APPAREL MANUFACTURE TECHNOLOGY SKE SKETCH & DESIGN
BODY MEASUREMENT CHART

PATTERN MAKING SAMPLE GARMENT PRODUCTION PRODUCTION PATTERN GRADING

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ASSIGNMENT INTRODUCTION TO TEXTILES; TEX: 101 SECTION: A TOPIC: APPAREL MANUFACTURING

GROUP MEMBERS

NAME
1. MD. RIYAZ-UL-ISLAM 2. MD. SAIFUL ISLAM 3. AMRAN HOSSAIN 4. MD. NAZMUL HASSAN 5. MD. SHAMSUL ISLAM 6. MD. MEHEDI HASSAN 7. KAKON KUMER ROY

ID
06313241 06313262 07114236 07114242 07215007 07215008 07215070

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APPAREL MANUAFCTURING
FLOW CHART OF APPAREL MANUFACTURE TECHNOLOGY SKE SKETCH & DESIGN
BODY MEASUREMENT CHART

PATTERN MAKING SAMPLE GARMENT PRODUCTION PRODUCTION PATTERN GRADING

BODY BLOCK

MARKER MAKING FABRIC SPREADING FABRIC FABRIC CUTTING FUSING SEWING GARMENT INSPECTION IRONING/PRESSING PACKING FINAL INSPECTION SHIPMENT

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APPAREL MANUFACTURING: Apparel manufacturing is a clothing process where includes man’s headwear and footwear. Apparel manufacturing process has few many steps, which are described in below. Sketch & Design: Sketch & design is the first step of apparel manufacturing. In this process normally many types of design are created by designers for different clothes. Sometimes a buyer gives an order for a new design to the designer for his clothes. Then the designers sketch the design on the paper. Pattern making: Generally it is a model or plan, which is used as a guide for making product. Pattern may be constructed basis on the given design of designer. Sample garment production: Sampling is a continual process in the clothing industry. Sample garments are usually produced by a small unit supervised by the pattern maker. In these step sample garments produce some sample wear, which is flow according on the given model and the garment factory send the sample to the buyer for their satisfaction and the design any correction. Production pattern: In this step the garment factory correction their production pattern and they also get the buyer approval. After these the factory starts their production work. Grading: Grading is the process where by patterns of different sizes are produced from the original master pattern. Here garment factory flow the body measurement chart. Marker making: This process of construction a marker with the primary intention/ designation of minimizing wastage of the fabric to be cut. Generally arrange all the patterns on the long paper in this step. Fabric spreading: This process is a preparatory operation for cutting and consists of laying plies of cloth one on top of the other in a pre-determined direction and relationship between the right and wrong sides of the cloth.

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Fabric cutting: This process is the major operation of the cutting room, where the spread fabrics are cut in to garment. The cutting mater control and operate this step. Sewing: After finishing the fabric cutting process the sewing process is start here. Where cutting clothes are joined together by sewing for making a ready wear. Fusing: The term fusible interlining applied to a base fabric having a deposit of thermoplastic resign which can be bonded to another fabric by heat and pressure. Specially collar, hand cob etc. Garment inspection: After finishing sewing process a garment inspector who check all the ready wear carefully and search any problem and defects. The defect wear can correction only in this process. Ironing/pressing: After finishing garment inspection the inspector send the wear to the ironing/pressing department. A method where the application of pressure with or without steaming or heating to remove unintended crease and to impart a flat appearance to fabrics and garments. Packaging/Finishing: The final method of operations in the production of clothing, where ready wear are packing with plastic bag and also pack with paper carton. Final inspection: After packaging process the buyer send his country agent to the garment factory for inspecting the final products. Shipment: After finishing all these process the final products are ready to delivery to the client and customer. Conclusion: The apparel manufacturing is a long process. Where readymade-garment products are producing those various steps. The apparel manufacturing is a very important part of the textiles manufacturing process. The apparel/ garment sector is very known industrial sector in Bangladesh. About 1.5 million female & male workers are working in 2800 garment factories in Bangladesh. Our government is earned every year about $3.8 billion foreign currency by exporting (RMG) products. So
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apparel manufacturing is not only our textiles sector but it is very important for Bangladesh. So our government should always help to the garments owners, always should think which is more develop this sector. If our government helps us Bangladesh will earn more foreign currency by this garment or apparel sectors.

Reference Books: *BP Corbman, Textiles: Fiber to Fabric, 6th Edition. McGraw-Hill, Singapore, 1983. *JE Mclintyre, Textile terms & definitions, 10th Edition. The Textile institute, Manchester, 1997. Reference Links: *www.google.com *www.yahoo.com

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