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PROJECT REPORT

On

"Standardize the process in Sewing Line of formal Trouser "

By
Anuj kumar

Department of Master of Fashion Technology
National Institute of Fashion Technology
(Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India)
Gandhinagar-382007, Gujarat

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Company Profile

Name of the organization : Banswara Garments

Group’s Name : Banswara Syntex Limited

Certification : IS/ISO 9001:2000

Managing Director : Shri Shaleen Toshniwal

Commercial Address : Gopal Bhawan

(5th Floor)
Princess Street Marg
Mumbai-400
Maharashtra, INDIA

Manufacturing Units : 98/3, Daman Ind. Estate

Kadaiya, Nani Daman (U.T.)

725/1, Sangeeta Dham &

Complex, Near Savita Farm

Dabhel, Somnath

Daman (U.T.)

Banswara Garments ,Surat

Major Product : Trousers

Production Capacity (Somnath unit) : 1.25 Lakh Trousers per Month

Self Brand : Integration

Major Buyers : Domestic

Raymonds (Park Avenue, Parx,
Notting Hill), Arrow Brands, Peter
England, Tata Trent (West Side),
Life Style, Indus League, Max
India, Excalibur, Raviera,
Kosmidies, Van Hussan

Export

Dougas & Grahame, Max Dubai,
Derek Williams, Cantex,
Landmark Dubai, Duness Stores,
Gioulis Dionisios

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Acknowledgement

I would like to thank Shri.Shaleen Toshniwalji for allowing me to do project in his organization. I
am thoroughly thankful to Mr. Rahul Bhaduaria(Vice president) and Mr.A.P.Gehlot (General
Manager, Administration), without whose support this project would not been possible. I am very
thankful to Mr.Virendra Dalal (Production & IE Manager). I am grateful to him for devoting his
precious time and making this project a good learning experience for me.

I am thankful to Mr. Manoj Kaparia (Asst. Production Manager) for guiding me throughout the
course of my project and helping me in every possible way at each step.

I would also like to extend our sincere gratitude to Mr.Rahul kumar, Mr.Ankit Khati , Mr.Dhiraj
kumar (Floor in charge), Mr.Vinod Sawaiyan(Floor in charge), Mr.Piyush Raj (IE Executive),
Mr.Praveen kumar (PPD), Mr.Krishna Singh (Cutting in charge), Mr.Amit (Quality Manager), for
their overwhelming support.

I am sincerely thankful to the whole of the staff and workers of Banswara Garments for supporting me
during my stay here.

I am highly thankful to Mr. Manoj Tiwari for giving me an opportunity to undergo graduation
project and for immense support and guidance for completing it.

I express my heartiest gratitude and special thanks to , Director NIFT Gandhinagar, Mr. Pawan
Godiawala (CP of Fashion Technology), Mr. Pranav vora, course co-ordinator M. F .TECH and
all other faculties.

I would like to thank National Institute of Fashion Technology, Gandhinagar for giving me a platform
to get all theoretical inputs and a chance of practical exposure to all practical inputs.

Last but not the least; I am thankful to God without whose grace, this Project would not have been
possible.

Anuj Kumar

Department of Fashion Technology

National Institute of Fashion Technology, Gandhinagar

besides ready-made garment production capacity for trousers 2. The present installed capacity is 144380 Ring Spindles including 14400 Spindles for Worsted Yarn Spinning. changing market requirements etc. It is also supplying all wool & P/W fabrics world's most reputed brands all around the globe. e. 2011. 736 Air Jet Spindles. The company has a track record of expanding. The company manufacturing fabrics with Lycra purchased from international brand.25 lac pieces and 10000 pieces Jackets per month at Daman and Surat. modernizing and diversifying its activities from time to time keeping in view the increasing demands. Made-up's and Worsted Spinning from 2008.44% of Equity Share Capital. besides production of Readymade Garments and Made-up's. Initially it was a spinning mill with 12500 spindles. Jacquard Furnishing Fabrics. f. As the journey continued the Company completed expansion. Company besides increasing the Spinning capacity to 144380 spindles started production of Fabric from 1993. Feb. 20-Air Jet Jacquard Looms. yarn & wool 40 Tons/day. The second unit of 18 MW captive thermal power plant is also likely to start w. wool and wool mixed yarn. all type of Fabrics. Readymade Garments from 2004. R. The company embarked on cloth weaving activity in the year 1993 by setting up a state-of-art weaving plant to manufacture quality fabrics in the brand name of BANTEX mainly for domestic market. the promoters holding is 59. Over the last 3 decades. The company has also started production of wool & wool mixed fabrics in the brand name of "UNITY CARLO" for domestic supply. DuPont. The Company also entered into Joint Venture with French Company Carreman in 2006. 222 Shuttles-less Looms. quality expectation of the customers.L. Presently it is a Public Limited Company.Toshniwal. (A Govt. of Rajasthan Undertaking) and Mr. In 1982 Mr. Banswara Syntex Limited was incorporated in the year 1976. The Company also has a large dye house with latest technology machines for dyeing of fiber. It also started the production of laminated & other type of technical fabrics for high altitude weather & also suitable for sports wear etc. While incorporation it was a joint sector company with RIICO Ltd. [Type the document title] INTRODUCTION OF COMPANY Banswara Syntex Limited (BSL) is a vertically integrated textile mill manufacturing man-made synthetic blended Yarn. diversification and modernization plans. 7 Stenters with processing capacity of 4 million meters per month. .Toshniwal purchased the shares from RIICO.

Philippines. eyelet buttonhole machines from Reece and blind loop machines from Mair. which is 200 km north of Mumbai and 600 km south of Banswara. an associate firm engaged in fabric finishing activity. Banswara Textile Mills Ltd. Hence. Curtain felling machines from Union Special. The pressing is entirely from Rotondi. backed by a fashion-savvy team with a motto of producing wide range of textile products with utmost quality consciousness.000 square feet of built up area. Westside. In case of Garment unit at Daman. [Type the document title] Banswara Syntex Limited exports its products to more than 50 countries including US. the company is using the fabrics manufactured at its own weaving division. The factory is located in Daman. Spain. The Daman unit manufactures men’s trousers for such big brands like Arvind Brands. Turkey and GCC countries. Garment Division Banswara Garments is a new member of BSL. Italy. For garmenting. Germany. power requirement is fully sourced from the Electricity Board. France. Park Avenue.) to manufacture trousers in the brand name of INTEGRATION. There are automatic welting machines from Eagle. The sewing line primarily consists of Juki machines. Landmark Group of Dubai. including leggers. Lifestyle. BSL. In the year 2005. It has continuously won highest Export Award from SRTEPC for last 8 years in a row. The company is a Government recognized Two Star Export House having IS/ISO 9001:2000 certification by the Bureau of Indian Standards. is exporting its products and has won several awards for its best export performance. For Readymade Garments. UK. The garment unit is a specialized dress pant factory.T. power is adequately available at a reasonable rate.. Second Garmenting Unit was set up in SEZ at Surat. . BSL again diversified its activities into Cotton spinning and Readymade Garment manufacturing in the year 2004. The Company is also introducing technical fabric and has setup coating unit for the same. It makes the offering of Banswara complete and vertical. a separate unit was set up at Daman (U. BSL does all its marking and grading on a CAD system from Rich Peace. toppers and side seam presses. etc. The Daman Factory The total floor space of the factory is close to 40. Canada. amalgamated with the company. The factory is equipped with a full complement of machines to be able to manufacture a trouser of the finest quality.

Originally. Apparel product is highly correlated with high level of productivity. It also has some customers from the UK. designed to exploit a high specialization of labor and the associated learning effects Until the twentieth century. The focal constraint against the higher productivity is the difference in individual capacity which is the mode of improper line balancing and bottle neck process. assembly lines were developed for a cost efficient mass production of standardized products. The balance is sold locally. [Type the document title] Exports Banswara has a unit in surat for export BSL is currently exporting many countries.000 units for them annually. As far as trousers are concerned the company exports about 45-50% of the production. Currently. Assembly line defines that manufacturing technique in which a product is carried by some material handling form among stations at which the various operations necessary to its assembly are performed. the company’s largest overseas customer is the landmark group in Dubai. REVIEW OF LITERATURE- The apparel industries must produce momentous quantities in shorter lead times.. It is used to assemble quickly large numbers of a uniform product. sewing line should be balanced in shorter possible time and effective way for each style and quantity. France and Greece. a single craftsman or team of craftsmen would normally create each part of a product individually and assemble them together into a single item. BSL does about 300. The demand for greater product variability and shorter life cycles has caused traditional production methods to be replaced with . making changes in the parts so that they would fit together and work together. the so-called English System of manufacture.

the workstation times as equal for all stations and work tasks as moving among the work stations. whether any station in the assembly line is lagging behind the schedule and how the assembly line is doing overall. he accepted the amount of workstations as constant. In his study. Garment components are sub-assembled and eventually completed by final assembly. In most apparel enterprises. assembly lines are widely adopted for mass production. in the most productive way. Ideally each workstation on the assembly line should receive an equal amount of work in time units. which equals the sum of the processing times of each task performed at the station. It consists of assigning and balancing tasks between workstations of an assembly line in order to minimize balance delay. care must be taken that the total station time. . should not exceed the cycle time. Time variation between each task becomes . The characteristic of SMV is deterministic in nature. As a result. hundreds of employees and thousands of bundles of sub-assemblies producing different styles simultaneously. how machines and employees are being utilized. However. is the problem of assigning operations to workstations along an assembly line. The role of supervisor is to ensure the tasks are allocated to each workstation as evenly as possible and to assign appropriate operatives to each station of an assembly line. performance of machinery. cheaply and with the quality required. the estimation of production time for each task is by reference to Standard Minute Value. labor force and ultimately minimizing the total production cost. In assembly line balancing. The determination of the production time for each task is critical in the line balance of an assembly line. it cannot reflect the real production environment because a lot of factors such as the properties of fabric and sub-materials. When assigning work tasks to the stations. Some tasks can only be started after other tasks have been finished Assembly Line Balancing. The assembly line balancing problem was first introduced by Bryton in his graduate thesis. Such variations on task time cause the assembly line balancing problem in the clothing industry to become more complicated. The design of the bundle assembly line is one important issue for efficient production. or simply Line Balancing (LB). derived from the method of work study. Garment manufacturing in nature is complicated. it involves a number of machines. an apparel manufacturer is interested in whether assembly work will be finished on time for delivery. Besides cycle time. The aims of these systems are to manufacture products at higher production rates in the shortest time. in such a way that the assignment be optimal in some sense. the actual time for the completion of each task varies between different operatives and such variations also exist at the same task repeatedly performed by the same operative. [Type the document title] assembly lines. The cycle time is the time interval between finishing two units or the maximum available time for the production of any work piece at any workstation. precedence relations are the other primary constraints. In the apparel industry. SMV. The first primary constraint is the cycle time. otherwise a bottleneck may occur on an assembly line. working environment and quality level of the product may cause variations on the task time.

charting techniques are available.  To balance the production line for each order. of course. it is essential to form a new production line for each order. detailed methods engineering can begin. it is necessary to plan methods and sewing room design simultaneously so that the correct trade-offs between effective individual operation methods and the realities of the business objectives are chosen. It is important to note that methods engineering is greatly influenced by the basic sewing room design. throughput etc. (b). For this reason. In short.  To keep the utilization rate at a maximum for each operator. Once these fundamental questions have been resolved. Also. there are several basic industrial engineering tools which are often helpful. and also the number of workers is changed according to the complexity of the order. The use of a transporter for example can sometimes limit workplace refinement. be related to methods engineering. Machinery selection must. In this regard. the use of a simple left hand . Principles of Motion Economy . Before considering specific methods for a job. the number of operations. For purposes of this discussion we shall assume the sewing room design is correct and that we have selected the best machine for each individual operation in the sewing room. it is usually helpful to make a detailed examination of the existing motion path utilised and process charting forces one to do this. Tools for Methods Engineering- (a). [Type the document title] important for the assembly line balancing. Multiple activity charts (Gang Process) are used where a crew of operators work on the same operation or assembly line. methods standardisation is an absolute requirement for accurate work measurement which will be discussed in the next section. For the typical sewing operation. To complete all these steps in one week before production begins This topic involves methods engineering at the individual workplace.right hand chart describing the motions of each hand and the time value is often adequate. In the apparel industry. Micro-motion studies and charting on a Micro-Motion Study Simo Chart is another approach. a series of fundamental questions should be asked about the operation. Process Charting For methods analysis. Man-machine charts are used to analyse the operator’s activity in relation to the machine. The things which should be done during the installation of an assembly line are as follows:  To define a standard time for each operation.

(2) Motions involving fingers and wrist. (4) Motions involving fingers. Precision Another technique is to reduce precision in the required finger motions by use of such devices as edge guides and label dispensers as well as sewing tolerances of the stitch line e. and produces less fatigue. Because of this. An example is touching the end of your nose versus the tip of your tie. This effectively reduces motion class to (3) versus class (5). The law states the lowest classification is usually preferred since it requires the least amount of time and effort. it is critical that the basic motions used are sound. These rules have been researched extensively by Professor Ralph M. Barnes of the University of California. c. Kinesthetic Sense final fundamental technique involves Kinesthetic Sense. it is generally true that a person can reach to a location on his body much more effectively than to some inanimate object away from his body. These are categorised as follows: (1) Finger motions. d. forearm. [Type the document title] Once we have formally analysed the basic motions involved. it is possible to apply the laws of Motion Economy. upper arm and shoulder. wrist and forearm. forearm and upper arm. (5) Motions involving fingers. wrist. An example of the use of this principle involves picking up of a front from overhead shelf. wrist. Since approximately 80% of typical operation time in sewing involves handling to and from the machine. An application of principles 1 and 3 would be the pickup of a pocket and facing one with each hand simultaneously. (3) Motions involving fingers. General Classification of Hand Motions One important principle of motion economy relates to the classification of hand motions. Specific Sewing Room Methods Approaches- . it is often helpful to position garment parts in the operators lap for pick-up or dispose.

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Having discussed the general industrial engineering methods tools relevant to sewing room methods
analysis, we would now like to discuss some specific considerations for the apparel workplace.

(a). Table Cut-off or Extension

This can be to the side near or front of machine. The reason is to get the work closer to the needle and
reduce the class of motion required. An example would be a clamp truck brought right up to needle
where the left end of table has been cut off flush with the end of machine bed.

(b). Raising of Machine

On some jobs raising the table level is effective. This permits maximum use of a waterfall dispose. It
also permits the operator to work from mobile devices such as a clamp truck or rolling racks. An
example would be final ticket tacking to tail of coat hanging on rolling rack and after final press.

(c). Special Work Aids

These are work aids which are not available from an equipment supplier such as a specially designed
ticket holder. In many cases they will reduce the precision required in the finger motion.

(d). Chutes and Mobile Carts

Bundle handling and clip and stack elements can often be eliminated by leaving work in a sewn chain
between operations in a chute or mobile cart. Fly serging (in trousers) might be an example.

(e). Special Pick-up Shelves

A simple overhead shelf or box for pick-up can often permit simultaneous pick-ups & reduce the
required class of motion. E.g., fronts & backs on a shoulder join operation.

(f). Table Cut-Out

Sometimes a hole can be cut in the table top so that work can be slid into a sunken box for disposal.
An example would be closing front pockets on pants.

(g). Close Location of Parts to Needle

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While this is obvious, it is often overlooked.

(h). Disposal Configuration

This should be traced from operation to operation to insure that an advantage can be gained by
disposing in a particular configuration for the next operation.

(I). Pick Up and Position Without Re-grasp

Many operators will unconsciously re-grasp the material rather than move straight to the needle. This
can add significantly to the time required.

(j). Folding or Matching of Parts En Route to Machine
Again, an obvious but often overlooked technique.

(k). Simultaneous Motions
This can often reduce and dispose elements by up to 50%.

(l) . Threads Broken During sewing or Other Element
Where precision is not required during the sewing element, it is often possible to snap thread and
dispose to rear while sewing.

(m). Use of Foot or Knee Operated Devices
An example is a foot activated scissors knife to cut binding tape on dress bottoms.

(n). Clamping Work for Waterfall Dispose

The dispose element can sometimes be eliminated by this technique. This is not a complete list of
possible sewing methods improvements; however, it does demonstrate application of most of the basic
IE principles. You will note that some of these are basic and subtle. We often distinguish between "big
methods" and "little methods." Cutting off a table top and clamping the work is a big method
improvement obvious to all. Eliminating unnecessary re-grasping en route to the needle is a little
method. Many manufacturers underestimate the tremendous gains to be made by emphasising sound

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"little methods." In our experience these often contribute substantially to operator effectiveness There
are two separate areas of sewing methods that can be considered in any program of methods
improvement for lack of better terms they are called big methods and little methods. Big Methods are
the machines, attachments, work aids, table alterations, etc. that can improve an operation. This type
of methods improvement is normally associated with the engineering function. Little Methods are the
ways the operator handles work, the way she controls the machine while sewing, the way she
disposes, etc. This is everyone's responsibility and especially the supervisor's responsibility. Both big
methods and little methods are important. In some cases new machinery can double the previous
output of units, but on the other hand, the operator's handling and positioning of work is gauged to
represent about 80 percent of most sewing operations. So what are called little methods are actually a
kg part of the job cycle. In summary, both methods are important and both must be constantly
attended to In order to insure maximum productivity from each job.

BIG METHODS
A great amount of detail is not necessary here, but it will be beneficial to mention some of the trends
in sewing equipment and methods.
1. Automatic Machines
 Buttonholers
 Buttonsewers
 Pocket Setters (Shirts)
 Contour Seamers
 Profile Stitching (Cuffs, Collars)
 Automatic Hemming
 Label Sewers
These machines require less skilled operators as the machines do the most difficult part and the person
becomes a machine loader.
2. Loading Devices
On some sewing operations it is now possible to use devices that can pick up a single ply of material
from a stack and load in into a machine (such as a label sewer). These are mostly applicable on
operations using virgin bundles (fresh from cutting).
3. Stacking Devices
There are many types of automatic stackers now in use (both commercial and shop made) that can
clear sewn work from the machine and stack neatly for the next operation.
4. Faster Machines
Machines that run efficiently at much greater speeds than before.
5. Folders
Folders that remove the need for the operator to manually fold. These can be hinged to swing in and
out when needed.

8. under trimmers. The Basics  Correct table height  Correct chair height  Operator's posture at machine  Both feet on treadle 2.). vacuum cutters. Needle Positioners Eliminate need to operate hand wheel. simplify operations. repositioning while sewing. [Type the document title] 6. 10. etc. Here is a condensed version that is applicable to sewing jobs:  Motions should be simultaneous  Motions should be symmetrical  Motions should be natural  Motions should be rhythmical  Motions should be habitual . Combine separate operations into on Reduce extra handling and bundle time examples: Tack on and tack down loops on pants. the number of stops. Can stop up or down. Construction changes in Garment Eliminate operations. positioning. Thread Cutters Chain cutters. 7. shelves and trays for positioning of work. 9. etc. These are all examples of Big Methods improvements and will normally result in quota changes on the Jobs affected. Work Aids Bins and chutes that carry work away from machine. etc. This means the way she handles her work (the pickup. The Principles of Motion Economy There are a series of formal principles relating to the most economical ways to perform various motions of the human body. choppers. 6. and disposal) and the way she controls her machine while sewing (the speed she uses.6.2 LITTLE METHODS Little methods can be defined as the things the operator does after the big method has been established. Little methods can be broken down into several areas: 1.

BENEFITS OF METHODS IMPROVEMENT There are some very tangible benefits to be realised from methods improvements: Both big and little  Piece rate Savings .Big and Little Methods Objective- a) Standardize the Man Machine According to style of Trouser . Specifics of Sewing Jobs Some of the more common things to specifically look for in sewing operations and operators are: Things to Change  Operator idle during machine time on automatic sewing operation  Operator unconsciously pit pats garment when disposing  Operator unconsciously inspects each garment after sewing  Operator stops while sewing more than absolutely essential  Operator rides knee lift pedal  Operator picks up. d) Suggest an ideal line for trouser manufacturing.Big Methods  Operator Earnings . C) Select the best method of each and every operation . and picks up again  Operator re grasps or shifts from hand to hand  Operator straightens out material that won't be sewn Things to Encourage  Operator locates parts as close as possible to needle  Operator folds anything that needs folding while moving to machine  Operator uses simultaneous motions These little methods may not affect the job quotas but they are the type of things that can make or break an operator in trying to reach quota. disposes.Little Methods  Production Increases . [Type the document title] 3.Big and Little Methods  Reduce Operator Fatigue .

left hand right hand chart for each and every operation. Select the existing line 2. 9. Method Study for each and every operation. 11.Improve the Left hand Right hand chart for operation. Record the Flow of Material in the line. FLOW OF EXISTING LINE - MATERAIL FLOW OF PEARL LINE PREPRATORY FLOW . 8. Record the Total number of the M/c in the line 5. 7. 3. Suggest changes in all lines as per Standard line. [Type the document title] d) Reduce Direct & Indirect headcount in each line and keep it to minimum METHODOLOGY - 1. Record the Manpower of the Line 4. Identify the best methods for standard line.

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ATTACH SIDE SIDE
PKT/,T/S, TAKI SEAM+INSEA
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ATTACH FLY PRESS
TO FRONT INSEAM+SIDE
SEAM

ATTACH ZIP WAISTBAND
TO FRONT +BK
CHECKING
ATTACH ZIP SAFTEY
TO FRONT STITCH

PIPPING ON SIDE LOCK
FLY

FRONT JOIN CROTCH
CHECKING T/S

CLOSE & EDGE STITCH
TACK BONE ON ZIPPER

CLOSE & TACK ATTACH LOOP
BONE TO BODY

PRESS @ ATTACH LOOP
BACK BONE & TO BODY
POCKET
CLOSE BACK WAIST BAND
PKT BAG ATTACH

ATTACH WAIST BAND
FACING BACK ATTACH
UP PANEL
ATTACH WAIST BAND
FACING BACK CLOSE WAIST ATTACH
UP PANEL BAND

HOOK ATTACH

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J STITCH ON
FRONT PANEL

BACK RISE JOIN

BACK PRESS

ATTACH WASH
CARE LABEL

WAIST BAND
CHECKING

CURTAIN
FEELING(SNLS)

RIGHT FLY
CLSING

EYELET

BAR TACK

BAR TACK

BAR TACK

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BUTTON ATTACH

TACKING

THREAD
CUTTING/TRIM
LOOPS /

FINAL CHECKING

DISPATCH

TOTAL MAN POWER -73

TOAL MACHINE- 51

SL.NO MACHINE TOTAL NUMBER
1 SNLS 34
2 SNCS 2
3 SNCS 2
4 Button attach m/c 1
5 Tacking m/c 1
6 3 o/l machine 1
7 5 o/l 2
8 APW 1
9 TNCS 1
10 EYELET 1
11 BLIND STITCH HEM M/C 1
12 HOOK & EYE 1
13 BARTACK 3

MATERAIL FLOW OF GOLD LINE

SMALL PART WAIST BAND
3T/OL GRIPPER

FACING TO BACK PKT FRT FACING ATTACH ATT. FACING TO MAIN LBL FRT ATTACH CLOSE PKT BAG BACK DART STITCHING TRIM BACK DART PANE PRESS & BONE L FUSING SEW BONE @ BACK PKT LOADING FOR FRT &BACK FRONT & BACK SECTION FRONT SECTION BACK SECTION . [Type the document title] RIGHT FLY BELT SRIP LINING ATT ATTACH ATT. FACING TO BELT PRESSING FRT ATT.

T/S. [Type the document title] ATTACH SIDE PKT/. close & Tack bone ATTACH SIDE PKT.T/S. CLOSE & TACK BONE TAKI PRESS FLY & ZIP PKT PRESS BACK BONE & PKT MOUTH ATT FACING BACK UP ATTACH ZIP TO FRONT PANEL PKT O/L WT FRT PNL ATT FACING BACK UP PANEL FRONT CHECKING CLOSE BACK PKT BAG LOOP MAKING side seam +inseam sorting tab side seam +inseam joining Assembly Section SIDE SEAM & INSEAM PRESS .

[Type the document title] CHECK BACK LOCK SIDE SEAM JOIN CROTCH AND TOP STITCH ON LEFT FLY JOIN CROTCH AND TOP STITCH ON LEFT FLY LOOP CUTTING + LOOP ATTACH ATTACH WAISTBAND TO BODY + SMALL SIZE LBL ATTACH WAISTBAND TO BODY + SMALL SIZE LBL ATTACH WAISTBAND TO BODY + SMALL SIZE LBL CLOSE WAISTBAND J STITCH ON FRONT PANEL Back rise joining BACK SEAM PRESS + WASIT BAND PRESS .

[Type the document title] CHECKING TABLE FOR WASITBAND & BACK SEAM CURTAIN FELLING RIGHT FLY CLOSING WASHCARE LABEL +LABLE AT FLY ATTACH BOTTOM OVERLOCK BARTACK BARTACK BARTACK EYELET HOLE BUTTON ATTACH TACKING THREAD CUTTING/TRIM LOOPS / REMOVE STICKER FINAL CHECKING .

BUTTON ATTACH M/C 1 5. BARTACK 3 TIME STUDY FOR TAILOR MADE FINISH Preparation ACTU SAM PRO/ CAL SAM PRO/8 AL 8 MANPW BY HR OPERATION TIME ACTU R PRO PROS AL SUIT UIT Small part over 0.32 0. 3T O/L 1 7. 5T O/L 4 9.43 1106 0. APW 1 10. BLIND STITCH M/C 2 13. TNCS 1 11. EYELET 1 12.NO OPERATION TOTAL NUM 1. TACKING M/C 1 6. HOOK & EYE 1 14. 53 Sl.36 1333 lock . SNCS 2 3. SNEC 3 4.7 0. [Type the document title] DISPATCH Total number of Machine in Gold line - TOTAL MAN POWER -77 TOAL MACHINE. SNLS 32 2.

8 0.47 1021 0.7 0.9 0.02 470 1.61 787 Back pocket facing 0.1 0.45 0.45 1067 up pkt close back pocket 0.7 0.54 889 panel thread 0.35 0.1 0.47 1021 0.5 960 Assembly Side seam sorting 0.1 0.0 0.52 927 0.25 0.64 750 Attach front pocket+ Front fly 1.7 0.1 0.42 1143 cutting Apw loading 0.45 1067 panel loading 0.35 1371 0.45 0.57 842 FRONT PKT RUN 0.81 1.52 927 0.0 0.64 752 1.65 0.39 0.45 1067 Attach Stripe attach 0.25 0.60 797 1.45 1076 0.40 1206 0.8 0.9 0.66 725 1.59 814 1.5 960 Close & Tack bone 0.6 0.83 578 1.0 0.7 0.51 941 Zip attach 0.48 0.59 814 1.38 1263 +Bone fusing FRONT & BACK Hanger loading 0.32 1500 over lock at side 0.39 0.6 0.45 0.95 505 Back checking 0.25 1.33 0.8 0.6 1.67 712 1.8 0.51 0.25 1920 attach pocket bag closing 0.59 814 1.62 296 2.39 345 inseam .57 306 attach Press fly & zip fly 0.4 0.57 842 seam Front checking 0.31 0.7 1.1 1.29 0.0 0.49 0.45 0.35 0.71 676 Press back pkt 0.42 1137 0.26 380 2.51 941 Attach facing back 0.63 762 STITCH Dart closing 0.40 1206 0.35 0.0 0.9 0.46 0.0 0.17 2824 0.47 1021 0.45 0.59 814 1.52 0.48 1000 Back pkt label 0.11 432 facing+ Tacking Small part cutting 0.36 0.0 0.41 1171 Bind At left fly 0.29 0.31 1. [Type the document title] Right fly lining 0.14 Attch lower 1.33 1455 Dart pressing 0.45 0.4 1200 sew bone 0.39 0.01 1.35 1371 0.52 927 0.48 996 0.55 310 2.63 767 1.59 814 1.25 1920 attach Gripper attach 0.7 0.59 814 1.0 0.6 800 crease at belt 0.48 1000 Side seam + 1.3 0.

51 Attch facing back 0.7 Lock side seam 0.34 0.5 2.34 1.63 767 1.52 665 9231.45 0.7 686 t/s Gripper attach 0.60.30.83 0.61 Back checking 0.48 Back pkt label Waist band 1.55 0.inseam 0.4 0.45 panel loading 0.45 0.72 665 1.29 1.39 578 0.31 0.9 0.9 0.6 0.79 605 1.59 814 1.3 1600 J-stitchTacking 0.44 0.20.70 688 1.42 0.35 712 13711.39 Side seam + inseam 0.361067 checkingRight fly lining 0.61 298 2.59 & BACK1.1 1.35 1.45 up pkt Close back pkt bag 0.53 0.25 0.5 0.54 0.51 0.2 0.5 960 0.58 830 1.0 0.4 0.85 1.41 0.6 0.9 0.27 0.48 0.7 686 O SUIT inseam press TIME AL WR Side seamSmall part over 0.57 0.61 1.55 866 0.91 527 Stripe attach 0.25 Crotchattach joining & 0.67 0.49 0.42 1137 0.42 1137 0.33 762 Dart Right fly pressing 0.70.3 1.0 814 0.2 0.39 .64 1600 Bar tackAttach side pocket+ 1.6 889 checkingcrease at belt 0.7 1.44 0.70.35 1.52 9271.55 866 0.72 0.2 0.16 0.7 0.8 0.54 886 0.52 0.42 0.07 449 1.77 0.41 front fly Bind At left fly 0.86 258 1.41 1171 0.91.99 485 0.52 0.31 1529 0.56 0.7 686 0.7 1.5 0.48 part cutting(5 0.57 Front checking 34.61 782 1.22 lower facing+ 0.24 1983 0.40 315 1206 2.11 1412 Back rise joining Small 0.71 Press back pkt 0.20.63 0.66 0.00.41 0.47 0.27 Loop attach 0.14 Extension Attch turning 0.73 654 1.81 AL 596 ACTU1.34 size label .1 0.4 sew bone Waist band 0.90.31 0.0 0.32 0.45 FRONT 0.44 1091 Press fly & zip fly 0.35 1371 7820.43 0.2 0.56 623 0.3 0.64 0.61 Back Lock side seampocket facing0. TIME STUDY FOR O/L FINISH [TypePreparation the document title] ACTU PRO/8 CAL SAM/PR Side seamOPERATION + 0.0 0.3 1.32 Taki Side pkt o/l 0.65 738 1.5 0.2 0.4 1.67 287 2.58 830 1.5 Close & Tack bone 0.3 0.36 1021 3530.71 1106 6760.45 checking Crotch joining & t/s 0.55 866 0.1 0.9 0.63 0.45 closing 0.62 0.43 0.65 0.54 piece) Press panel back seam thread & cutting 0.56 0.130.9 0.09 0.91 Waist band attach+ 1.45 0.0 0.6 0.8 2.63 767 1.09 230 1.42 1143 Zip attach 0.49 0.35 1371 Hanger Bottom o/l loading 0.35 1371 0.66 725 1.59 814 1.38 +Attach fork fusing +Bone ATT label to fly 0.54 886 0.25 0.54 0.5 Side seam sorting 0.84 570 1.451778 Attach Loop attach 0.inseam lock 0.72 6651.25 358 attach attach+ size label FRONT PKT O/L 0.8 0.9 0.57 Eyelet Front fly attch 0.51 Button attach 0.23 0.25 0.43 927 1106 0.63 767 1.3 MANP SAM 0.1 0.7 2.70 752 6881.42 0.59 814 1.71.38 0.0 0.0 0.48 ASSEMBELY Side seam + inseam 1.47 1.0 0.0 0.2 0.57 Close Dart waistclosing band 0.5 0.4 0.73 2773.47 0.57 0.51 949 0.42 842 Apw waist band loading 0.1 0.8 1.0 0.64 752 1.7 press Side seam .48 0.32 0.67 712 1.54 0.9 0.52 Blind stitch 0.

[Type the document title] TIME STUDY FOR TAILOR MADE FINISH RAYMOND .

0 0.7 0.6 0.58 0.1 0.22 0.51 0.42 0.55 866 0.51 949 0.1 0.52 0.6 800 crease at belt 0.39 1244 0.65 738 attach Turn front 0.66 725 1.5 0.3 0.29 0.35 1371 pkt Gripper 0.38 0.7 0.1 0.8 0.54 889 cutting panel thread 0.45 1067 panel loading 0.61 782 1.14 fly Attach both 1.31 1529 0.6 0.35 1371 0.9 533 facing Small part 0.7 0.45 0.25 1920 lining attach top stitch on 0.41 1171 Bind At left 0.1 0.38 0.1 0.28 0.65 738 1.25 0.40 1206 0.75 643 1.8 0.29 0.51 949 0.8 0.6 800 by run stitch Top stitch on 0. [Type the document title] ACTU SAM PRO/ CAL SAM PRO/8 AL 8 MANP BY HR OPERATION TIME ACTU WR PRO PROS AL SUIT UIT Preparation Small part 0.0 0.48 1000 close pkt bag 0.31 0.43 1106 0.54 889 gripper Tailor made watch pocket 0.33 1455 Dart pressing 0.5 960 Tm pocket Turn tailor made watch 0.59 814 1.75 640 attach Back pocket 0.28 1714 pocket bag Dart closing 0.7 0.47 0.6 800 gripper Attach watch pocket to 0.51 0.60 797 1.42 1143 cutting Apw loading 0.4 1200 sew bone 0.38 0.0 0.4 1200 over lock Right fly 0.66 725 1.9 0.51 949 0.3 0.43 1116 facing Attach Stripe attach 0.1 0.66 725 1.40 1206 0.2 0.38 1263 +Bone fusing .32 0.46 0.8 0.63 762 Hem coin pocket+ 0.42 1137 0.51 949 0.17 2824 0.67 712 1.38 0.51 0.37 350 2.5 0.1 1.

15 0.28 0.4 1200 band to body .9 0.35 1.9 0.32 0.44 0.43 1106 0.48 1000 sorting ASSEMBELY Side seam + 1.31 0.57 842 side seam Front 0.4 0.52 927 0.77 623 1.27 1778 seam Match waist 0.43 1106 0.9 0.32 0.58 830 1. [Type the document title] FRONT & BACK Hanger 0.8 1.53 906 0.32 1500 back pocket press triangular 0.45 1067 checking Crotch joining 0.49 972 0.67 287 2.4 0.63 294 2.9 0.8 0.52 0.73 654 1.3 0.39 345 inseam Side seam + 0.57 306 Front fly attch Press fly & 0.inseam 0.5 960 checking Close & Tack 0.79 1.9 0.00 481 1.51 941 zip fly Press side 0.4 0.53 906 0.7 686 inseam press Side seam .7 0.42 0.67 712 1.42 0.55 866 0.2 0.45 1067 back up pkt close back 0.4 0.91 525 1.35 0.32 1.7 686 & t/s Lock side 0.3 0.23 2087 0.2 2400 extension Att facing 0.57 0.39 1244 0.7 0.6 0.47 1021 0.7 0.64 750 loading Attach front pocket+ 1.53 906 0.95 505 pocket Back 0.5 960 checking Side seam 0.42 1137 0.0 0.4 1200 pocket Zip attach 0.7 1.6 0.7 0.5 0.71 676 bone Press back 0.36 1333 back pkt(2) Bar tack on 0.39 0.8 0.51 941 pkt Eyelet on 0.6 0.37 0.77 623 1.55 866 0.9 0.32 1500 over lock at 0.72 0.1 0.

15 417 label Close waist 0.57 842 band Attach fork 0.3 0.36 0.1 1.38 348 Hemming 0.15 0.5 0.1 0.7 686 band front fly Extension 0.3 0.3 1600 Bar tack 1.62 0.89 .23 2087 0.49 322 2.62 0.3 1.8 0.63 762 Right fly 0.5 0.47 1021 0.1 0.51 0.48 996 0.83 578 1.31 1529 0.18 2667 closing Bottom o/l 0.37 1283 0.6 0.60 797 1.5 960 joining Left fly 0.08 36.66 290 2.8 0.6 buyer code Blind stitch 0.30 1589 0.45 1067 turning J-stitch 0.5 1.7 0.79 605 1.79 605 1.35 0.19 0.23 2087 line to body Waist band 0.54 889 checking Edge stitch 0.21 0.34 1.78 615 bottom Thread 1.5 0.0 0.37 350 2.3 0.41 1171 0.41 340 41.18 2667 closing 3"0.84 261 cutting Taki 0.86 1. [Type the document title] Loop attach 0.34 1412 Back rise 0.66 725 1.3 1.4 0.2 1.46 0.28 1727 0. Press back seam & waist 0.91 527 Waist band attach+ size 1.08 444 1.65 0.4 0.51 0.66 725 1.22 0.6 0.27 0.77 623 1.8 0.8 1.27 on zipper fly Attach wash care label+ 0.

NORMAL FLY. [Type the document title] Standardization of Man Machine for formal trouser TAILOR MADE FINISH POCKET TWO BACK POCKET.15 3200 P18 Panel thread Cutting Helper INDIRECT 0. ROUND BELT EXTENSION.33 1 1455 sorting P3 Belt Stripe Attach SNLS DIRECT 0.30 1 1600 Waist Band Gripper ready P10 SNLS NF DIRECT 0.60 1 797 finished P17 Small part O/L (Per piece) 3 T O/L DIRECT 0.50 1 960 Fork line over lock 3 T O/L DIRECT 0.26 1846 (Round ) P20 Left Fly Piping SNLS DIRECT 0.26 1 1846 Waist band extension attch P6 SNLS DIRECT 0. OVERLOCK FORK LINE REQUIRED NO OF CODE OPERATION NAME Category SAM Target MACHINE MCS PREPARATION Preparation loading + P1 sticker fixing + part TABLE INDIRECT 0. NORMAL TAILOR MADE.15 1 3200 .45 1067 P47 Right fly lining attach SNEC DIRECT 0.42 1 1143 P18 Small Part thread cutting Helper INDIRECT 0.48 1 1000 P11 Belt Pressing IRON TABLE DIRECT 0. EXTENDED FRONT PKT BAG.

50 1 960 Normal(Kachcha) Front Pkt Bag Turning Helper INDIRECT 0.29 1 1655 Pocket Press + Pleat Press F10 Zipper ready SNLS DIRECT 0.22 3 393 Kachcha/kinari/taki F9 Fly Ready SNLS DIRECT 0.32 1 1500 Front Pocket F4 SNLS DIRECT 1.33 1 1455 FRONT CHECKING Checking Table 1 SIDE OVERLOCK 3 T O/L 1 BACK B1 Back Hanger Loading Helper INDIRECT 0.40 1200 Welting Back pocket P35 APW DIRECT 0.57 1 842 2 Pkts Back Dart Marking TABLE INDIRECT 0. [Type the document title] Back pocket facing attach P23 SNLS DIRECT 0.M side pocket edge P184 stitch 2 Pkts SNEC DIRECT 0.32 1500 Bone notch cutting helper B2 Helper INDIRECT (company pay) .28 1 1714 T. SNLS DIRECT 0.86 3 558 Front Pkt.40 1 1200 (2 pkts) P40 Main Label Att.26 1829 Notch 2 Pkt (Normal) T. Tacking + P28 SNLS DIRECT 0.25 1 1920 Back dart Stitching (2 P32 SNLS DIRECT 0.M side pocket topstitch P31 SNLS DIRECT 0.39 1231 fusing P113 APW loading Helper Helper INDIRECT 0.43 1 1116 Darts) Back dart Press & bone P34 IRON TABLE DIRECT 0.35 1 1371 P25 Front Pocket Facing attach SNLS DIRECT 0.36 1333 Fly Pressing + Front F14 IRON TABLE DIRECT 0.50 1 960 (Double Pkt) FRONT FB1 Front Back panel loading TABLE INDIRECT 0.

69 1 696 AS5 Fly zipper kinari SNLS DIRECT 0.M.96 1 500 BACK POCKET INDIRECT 0.40 1 1200 AS8 Waist band attach SNLS NF DIRECT 1.27 1 1778 AS6 Loop attach SNEC DIRECT 0.15 3 417 P79 small size label attach SNLS DIRECT 0.27 1 1778 SIDE COVERING SNLS 1 CHECK S/SEAM Checking Table 1 AS4 Crotch and zipper stitch SNLS DIRECT 0.40 1 1200 AS16 J.99 1 485 (finish) Back rise piping SNLS 1 CHECK BACK Checking Table 1 ASSEMBLY SSL Side seam inseam sorting TABLE INDIRECT 1 AS2 Side seam +Inseam SNCS DIRECT 1.70 1 686 AS127 Side seam safety stitch SNLS DIRECT 0.30 1600 TURNING T.90 2 533 AS7 W.50 1 960 .52 1 923 (Normal) AS12 Extension Turning Helper Helper INDIRECT 0.71 2 676 kinari (Duble PKT) B5 Back bone Pressing table IRON TABLE DIRECT 0. Pocket topstitch B36 SNLS DIRECT 0.52 1 923 (duble pkt.30 1600 AS13 Hook & Eye Attach H&E DIRECT 0.35 1 1371 AS17 Back seam stitching TN CS DIRECT 0.B. [Type the document title] Back pkt tacking + bone B3 SNLS DIRECT 0.M Back Pocket Kachcha SNEC DIRECT 0.39 3 345 AS31 Side seam + Inseam press IRON TABLE DIRECT 0.52 1 923 Back Pocket Jati Attach B6 SNLS DIRECT 0.stitch SNLS NF DIRECT 0.14 3542 Waist Band Closing AS11 SNLS DIRECT 0. Sorting helper RACK INDIRECT 0. B33 T.

58 1 828 Press Extension Belt Press AS67 IRON TABLE DIRECT 0.20 2400 ("Round" Shape) BELT CHECKING Checking Table 1 AS19 Curtein felling Blind Stitch DIRECT 0.23 2087 AS62 Buyer code label attach SNLS DIRECT 0. on AS28 extension & French Fly EYELET DIRECT 0.25 1 1920 AS27 Bar tack ( per piece ) BARTACK DIRECT 1.66 1 727 ST Sticker removing INDIRECT 0.63 1 762 AS23 Right Fly Closing SNLS DIRECT 0. [Type the document title] Back seam press+ Belt AS18 IRON TABLE DIRECT 0.80 3 267 Eyelet Machine B.84 1 261 FINAL CHECKING Checking Table Total SAM 39.39 1 1231 TCT Thread Trimming TABLE INDIRECT 1.31 1567 AS24 Bottom over lock 3 T O/L DIRECT 0.43 1 1116 LPC Loop cutting BIN INDIRECT 0.95 . SNLS DIRECT 0.42 1 1143 AS26 Taking (Per Piece) TACKING DIRECT 0. (Per piece) BUTTON DIRECT 0.18 1 2667 AS39 Washcare Label Attach SNLS DIRECT 0.H.27 1 1751 As21 Fork Line Att.59 1 814 (Per Piece) AS30 Button Att.

[Type the document title] MACHINE SUMMARY- MACHINE TOTAL SNLS 22 SNLS NF 5 SNEC 4 SNCS 3 TNCS 1 H&E 1 3 T O/L 2 5 T O/L 0 BLIND STITCH 1 BAR TACK 3 EYE LET 1 BUTTON 1 TACKING 1 APW 1 IRON ABLE 5 TOTAL 51 MAN POWER - OPERATOR- 47 HELPER- 13 FLOATER- 4 PRESS MAN- 5 TOTAL= 69 .

48 1 1000 P11 Belt Pressing IRON TABLE DIRECT 0.45 1067 P47 Right fly lining attach SNEC DIRECT 0. Tacking + Notch P28 SNLS DIRECT 0.60 1 800 Bags .86 2 558 Front Pkt.35 1 1371 P25 Front Pocket Facing attach SNLS DIRECT 0. [Type the document title] OVERLOCK FINISH NO REQUIRED Targe CODE OPERATION NAME Category SAM OF MACHINE t M/C PREPARATION Preparation loading + P1 Helper INDIRECT 0.50 1 960 Fork line Overlock 3 T O/L DIRECT 0.26 1 1846 Waist band extension attch P6 SNLS DIRECT 0.15 3200 Back pocket facing attach P23 SNLS DIRECT 0.30 1 1600 Waist Band Gripper ready P10 SNLS NF DIRECT 0.26 1829 2 Pkt (Normal) Overlock Front pocket 5 T O/L DIRECT 0. SNLS DIRECT 0.15 3200 P18 Panel thread Cutting Helper INDIRECT 0.42 1 1143 P18 Small Part thread cutting Helper INDIRECT 0.33 1 1455 sticker fixing + part sorting P3 Belt Stripe Attach SNLS DIRECT 0.26 1846 (Round ) P20 Left Fly Piping SNLS DIRECT 0.40 1 1200 (2 pkts) P40 Main Label Att.60 1 797 finished P17 Small part O/L (Per piece) 3 T O/L DIRECT 0.

29 1 1655 Press + Pleat Press F10 Zipper ready SNLS DIRECT 0.50 1 960 (Double Pkt) FRONT FB1 Front Back panel loading Helper INDIRECT 0.52 1 923 (duble pkt.39 1231 fusing P113 APW loading Helper Helper INDIRECT 0.32 1 1500 Front Pocket F4 SNLS DIRECT 1.83 2 578 .22 3 393 Kachcha/kinari/taki F9 Fly Ready SNLS DIRECT 0.25 1920 Back dart Stitching (2 P32 SNLS DIRECT 0.96 1 500 ASSEMBLY SSL Side seam inseam sorting Helper INDIRECT 0.32 1500 Bone notch cutting helper B2 Helper INDIRECT (company pay) Back pkt tacking + bone B3 SNLS DIRECT 0.40 1200 Welting Back pocket P35 APW DIRECT 0.36 1333 Fly Pressing + Front Pocket F14 IRON TABLE DIRECT 0.52 1 923 Back Pocket Jati Attach B6 SNLS DIRECT 0. Back Pocket Overlock 5 T O/L DIRECT 0.71 2 676 kinari (Duble PKT) B5 Back bone Pressing table IRON TABLE DIRECT 0.33 1 1455 FRONT CHECKING Checking Table BACK B1 Back Hanger Loading Helper INDIRECT 0. [Type the document title] Back Dart Marking Helper INDIRECT 0.43 1 1116 Darts) Back dart Press & bone P34 IRON TABLE DIRECT 0.

25 1 1920 AS27 Bar tack ( per piece ) BARTACK DIRECT 1.27 1 1751 As21 Fork Line Att.30 1 1600 AS13 Hook & Eye Attach H&E DIRECT 0.27 1 1778 CHECK BACK Checking Table AS4 Crotch and zipper stitch SNLS DIRECT 0.40 1 1200 AS16 J.27 1 1778 AS6 Loop attach SNEC DIRECT 0.18 1 2667 AS39 Washcare Label Attach SNLS DIRECT 0.50 1 960 Back seam press+ Belt AS18 IRON TABLE DIRECT 0.63 1 762 AS23 Right Fly Closing SNLS DIRECT 0.35 1 1371 AS17 Back seam stitching TN CS DIRECT 0.31 1567 AS24 Bottom Overlock 3 T O/L DIRECT 0.40 1 1200 AS8 Waist band attach SNLS NF DIRECT 1.14 3542 Waist Band Closing AS11 SNLS DIRECT 0.69 1 696 AS5 Fly zipper kinari SNLS DIRECT 0.23 2087 AS62 Buyer code label attach SNLS DIRECT 0. Sorting helper Helper INDIRECT 0. [Type the document title] AS2 Side seam +Inseam SNCS DIRECT 1.stitch SNLS NF DIRECT 0.B.39 3 345 AS31 Side seam + Inseam press IRON TABLE DIRECT 0.70 1 686 AS127 Side seam safety stitch SNLS DIRECT 0.15 3 417 P79 small size label attach SNLS DIRECT 0.52 1 923 (Normal) AS12 Extension Turning Helper Helper INDIRECT 0. SNLS DIRECT 0.20 2400 ("Round" Shape) BELT CHECKING Checking Table AS19 Curtein felling Blind Stitch DIRECT 0.80 3 267 .90 2 533 AS7 W.58 1 828 Press Extension Belt Press AS67 IRON TABLE DIRECT 0.

H.39 1 1231 TCT Thread Trimming Helper INDIRECT 1. on AS28 extension & French Fly EYELET DIRECT 0.84 Total SAM 61 MACHINE SUMMARY- MACHINE TOTAL SNLS 20 SNLS NF 5 SNEC 3 SNCS 3 TNCS 1 H&E 1 3 T O/L 2 5 T O/L 2 BLIND STITCH 1 BAR TACK 3 EYE LET 1 BUTTON 1 TACKING 1 APW 1 IRON ABLE 5 TOTAL 50 MAN POWER - OPERATOR-47 .84 3 261 FINAL CHECKING Checking Table 31.42 1 1143 AS26 Taking (Per Piece) TACKING DIRECT 0.66 1 727 ST Sticker removing Helper INDIRECT 0. (Per piece) BUTTON DIRECT 0.59 1 814 (Per Piece) AS30 Button Att.43 1 1116 LPC Loop cutting Helper INDIRECT 0. [Type the document title] Eyelet Machine B.

35 Top stitch watch SNLS DIRECT pocket 0.50 Watch pkt attach to belt SNLS DIRECT 1 0.60 Watch pkt turning Helper INDIRECT 0.30 Watch pkt kachha SNLS DIRECT 1 0.48 IRON P11 Belt Pressing DIRECT 1 1600 TABLE 0. [Type the document title] HELPER-13 FLOATER-4 PRESS MAN-5 TOTAL=69 TAILOR MADE FINISH RAYMOND REQUIRE NO D Sewin CODE OPERATION NAME Category OF Target MACHIN g SAM M/C E PREPARATION Preparation loading + 0. P1 sticker fixing + part Helper INDIRECT 1 1455 33 sorting P3 Belt Stripe Attach SNLS DIRECT 1 1000 0.48 .

86 .40 P40 Main Label Att.15 Back pocket facing P23 SNLS DIRECT 1 1200 attach (2 pkts) 0. SNLS DIRECT 1 1371 0. P18 Helper INDIRECT 1067 cutting 45 P47 Right fly lining attach SNEC DIRECT 1 1846 0.50 Fork line Overlock 3 T O/L DIRECT 3200 0.26 P20 Left Fly Piping SNLS DIRECT 3200 0.60 Small part O/L (Per 960 P17 3 T O/L DIRECT 1 piece) 0. [Type the document title] Finishing Watch pocket SNLS DIRECT 0.35 Front Pocket Facing P25 SNLS DIRECT 2 558 attach 0. P18 Panel thread Cutting Helper INDIRECT 1 1143 42 Small Part thread 0.15 0.26 Waist band extension P6 SNLS DIRECT 1846 attch (Round ) 0.54 Waist Band Gripper P10 SNLS NF DIRECT 1 797 ready finished 0.

57 Back Dart Marking Helper INDIRECT 1920 0. [Type the document title] Front Pkt.26 T.28 T.50 FRONT .43 Back dart Press & bone IRON P34 DIRECT 1231 fusing TABLE 0.50 Normal(Kachcha) Front Pkt Bag Turning Helper INDIRECT 1 #REF! 0.25 Back dart Stitching (2 P32 SNLS DIRECT 1 1116 Darts) 0.39 0. Tacking + P28 SNLS DIRECT 1829 Notch 2 Pkt (Normal) 0.M side pocket edge P184 stitch 2 Pkts SNLS DIRECT 1 960 0. P113 APW loading Helper Helper INDIRECT #REF! 40 Welting Back pocket P35 APW DIRECT 1 960 (Double Pkt) 0.M side pocket P31 SNLS DIRECT 1 842 topstitch 2 Pkts 0.

B1 Back Hanger Loading Helper INDIRECT 1500 32 Bone notch cutting B2 helper Helper INDIRECT (company pay) Back pkt tacking + B3 bone kinari (Duble SNLS DIRECT 2 676 0.71 PKT) Back bone Pressing IRON B5 DIRECT 1 923 table TABLE 0.33 Front Pocket Overlock 3 T O/L DIRECT 1 842 0.52 .29 Press F10 Zipper ready SNLS DIRECT 1 1455 0.2 F4 SNLS DIRECT 3 393 Kachcha/kinari/taki 2 F9 Fly Ready SNLS DIRECT 1333 0. [Type the document title] Front Back panel 0.57 Checking FRONT CHECKING Table BACK 0. FB1 Helper INDIRECT 1 #REF! loading 32 Front Pocket 1.36 Fly Pressing + Front IRON F14 Pocket Press + Pleat DIRECT 1 1655 TABLE 0.

Pocket topstitch B36 SNLS DIRECT 1 485 (finish) 0.32 Kaj Back pocket EYELET DIRECT 1 0.39 Side seam + Inseam IRON AS31 DIRECT 1 686 press TABLE 0.52 T.30 T.27 .36 Button sew Back BUTTON DIRECT 1 pocket 0.28 Back Pocket Jati B6 SNLS DIRECT 1 923 Attach (duble pkt.96 BACK POCKET INDIRECT 1 1600 TURNING 0.99 ASSEMBLY Side seam inseam SSL Helper INDIRECT 0.70 AS12 Side seam safety stitch SNLS DIRECT 1 1778 7 0.M.M Back Pocket B33 SNEC DIRECT 1 500 Kachcha 0. 0.83 2 578 sorting AS2 Side seam +Inseam SNCS DIRECT 3 345 1. [Type the document title] BARTAC Bar tack Back Pocket DIRECT 1 K 0.

[Type the document title] Checking CHECK BACK Table Crotch and zipper AS4 SNLS DIRECT 1 696 stitch 0.40 AS16 J.58 Extension Belt Press IRON AS67 DIRECT 2400 ("Round" Shape) TABLE 0.20 Checking BELT CHECKING Table .90 0. AS7 W. Sorting helper Helper INDIRECT 1 1200 40 AS8 Waist band attach SNLS NF DIRECT 3 417 1.50 Back seam press+ Belt IRON AS18 DIRECT 1 828 Press TABLE 0.stitch SNLS NF DIRECT 1 1371 0.69 AS5 Fly zipper kinari SNLS DIRECT 1 1778 0.14 Waist Band Closing AS11 SNLS DIRECT 1 923 (Normal) 0.35 AS17 Back seam stitching TN CS DIRECT 1 960 0.B.27 AS6 Loop attach SNEC DIRECT 2 533 0.15 P79 small size label attach SNLS DIRECT 3542 0.52 Extension Turning 0. AS12 Helper INDIRECT 1 1600 Helper 30 AS13 Hook & Eye Attach H&E DIRECT 1 1200 0.

36 Fly (Per Piece) AS30 Button Att.25 BARTAC AS27 Bar tack ( per piece ) DIRECT 3 324 K 1.27 As21 Fork Line Att.23 AS62 Buyer code label attach SNLS DIRECT 1567 0.48 Eyelet Machine B.80 . AS28 on extension & French EYELET DIRECT 1 1333 0.25 AS26 Taking (Per Piece) TACKING DIRECT 1 727 0.43 1 1116 LPC Loop cutting Helper INDIRECT 0.31 AS24 Bottom over lock 3 T O/L DIRECT 1 1920 0.66 ST Sticker removing Helper INDIRECT 0. SNLS DIRECT 2087 0.63 AS23 Right Fly Closing SNLS DIRECT 1 2667 0.H. (Per piece) BUTTON DIRECT 1 1920 0.39 1 1231 TCT Thread Trimming Helper INDIRECT 1.84 3 261 Checking FINAL CHECKING Table Total SAM 71 36. [Type the document title] Blind AS19 Curtein felling DIRECT 1 762 Stitch 0.18 AS39 Washcare Label Attach SNLS DIRECT 1 1751 0.

[Type the document title] MACHINE SUMMARY- MACHINE TOTAL SNLS 24 SNLS NF 5 SNEC 4 SNCS 3 TNCS 1 H&E 1 3 T O/L 3 5 T O/L 0 BLIND STITCH 1 BAR TACK 4 EYE LET 2 BUTTON 2 TACKING 1 APW 1 IRON ABLE 5 TOTAL 57 MAN POWER - OPERATOR-52 HELPER-13 FLOATER-4 PRESS MAN-5 TOTAL=74 .

HANGERS IN A LINE LINEWISE EQUIPMENT STOCK Line Name : EQUIPMENT QUANTITY Single Needle .Lock Stitch 25 Single Needle .Edge Cutter 5 Single Needle .5 thread 2 APW 1 Zig Zag Machine 0 Kansai 0 Loop Blind stitch 1 Thread Winding Machine TOTAL 54 Table Press with buck 1 Table Press without buck 3 Pressing Side Seam Press 1 TOTAL 5 Rollers 160 Hangers L-hanger 160 Ball-hanger Furniture's Stools : Regular 62 Stools : Elevated 6 Stools : Side seam 3 Prep Section Loading Trolleys from cutting 2 tables for material movement 2 x 8 6 .FURNITURE .Needle Feed 5 Single Needle . [Type the document title] STANDRADAZATION OF MACHINE .3 thread 3 Overlock .Chain Stitch 3 Tandem Needle (Back Seam) 1 Blind Stitch 1 Tacking 1 Hook & eye 1 Extension Turning Machine 0 Bar tack 3 Machines Eyelet 1 Button 1 Overlock .

5 1 Side seam checking table 2 x 4 1 Belt Loading Rack double Decker 1.5 x 8 x 5 1 Crate to keep gripper 1 Front / Back Section Front / Back loading table 6 x 4 1 Front & Back Checking Table 4 x 2 2 Assembly Side seam sorting table 3 x 4 1 Side Seam Rack 1.5 x 4 x 5.5 x 4 x 4 with 1 wheels w/band checking table 2 x 4 1 Thread Cutting. Checking & Dispatch thread cutting table 8 x 4 1 Bin 4 x 3 x 3 1 Final Check & Dispatch Table 6 x 4 1 Dispatch Carats 6 Prep Section Small Part Overlock 1 Panel Thread Cutting 1 Front pocket Run stitch 1 Set piping on fly edge cutter 1 Gripper Attach 1 Dust Bin Front / Back Section Close Pocket bag 1 Assembly Close w/band 1 Loop Attach edge cutter 2 Bottom Overlock 1 . [Type the document title] table for prep loading 2 x 4 1 table for dart marking/Apw loading 4 x 4 1 rack to keep front & back prep out 1.

BUYER. Stripe Attach to belt Two-Hand Chart Operation: STRIPE ATTACH Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring hand on the piece Pick the piece Bring hand on Hold the piece the m/c Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Stitch Stitch Bring hand on the piece Pick the piece Bring hand on the m/c Hold the piece Hold the piece Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Stitch Stitch Bring hand on the scissor pick the scissor Move hand on the piece Hold the piece cut the piece Pick the piece pick the piece from m/c from m/c Dispose the dispose the piece piece SUMMARY PRESE METHOD NT Operations 11 . [Type the document title] LEFT HAND RIGHT HAND MOVMENT OF OPERATION ORDER NO. DATE- PREPARATION 1.

[Type the document title] Transports 11 Delays 4 TEMP STORAGE Total 26 Two-Hand Chart Operation: Gripper attach Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring hand on the piece pick the piece Bring hand on the m/c Hold the piece Hold the piece Adjust the piece Adjust the piece on m/c on m/c Bring the hand on the gripper Hold the piece pick the gripper Hold the piece Bring gripper on the m/c Hold the piece Stitch Stitch Bring hand on the scissor Hold the piece pick the scissor Hold the piece Bring hand on the m/c Hold the piece Cut the gripper Hold the piece Pick the pic from Pick the piece from the m/c the m/c dispose the piece dispose the piece SUMMARY PRESE METHOD NT Operations 8 Transports 10 Delays 9 Holds Total 27 2. Gripper Attach .

[Type the document title] 3. Attach lower Facing & Tacking- Two-Hand Chart Operation: Attach lower facing & tacking Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring hand on the piece pick the piece Bring hand on the machine Bring hand on the piece pick the piece Bring hand on the machine hold the piece Hold the piece Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Stitch Stitch Move the piece on the m/c Stitch pick the piece Dispose the piece SUMMARY PRESE METHOD NT Operations 8 Transports 6 Delays 2 Temporary storage Total 16 .

lining French fly Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring Hand on the piece Pick the piece Bring Hand on the m/c Adjust the piece Hold the piece Adjust the piece Bring hand on Adjust the piece the piece Stitch Pick the piece Bring hand on the m/c Hold the piece Adjust the piece Stitch SUMMARY PRESE METHOD NT Operations 8 Transports 4 Delays 2 Inspection Holds Total 14 . [Type the document title] 4. Attach lining French fly- Two-Hand Chart Operation: Att.

[Type the document title] 5. Attach Facing back pocket- Two-Hand Chart Operation: Attach facing back pkt Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring the hand on the piece Pick the piece Bring the hand on the m/c Hold the piece Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Bring the Hand on the piece Hold the piece Pick the piece Hold the piece Remove the sticker Adjust the Piece Adjust the piece Stitch Stitch Dispose the piece Dispose the piece SUMMARY PRES METHOD ENT Operations 9 Transports 5 Delays 3 Inspection Holds Total 17 .

[Type the document title] 4. Attach label on back pocket Two-Hand Chart Operation: Attach label on back pkt Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring hand on the p/c Pick the piece Bring hand on the M/c Adjust the p/c Adjust the p/c Bring hand on the label Pick the label Bring hand on the M/c Hold the label Hold the label Adjust the label Adjust the label Stitch Stitch Bring the hand on label Pick the label Bring hand on the m/c Adjust the p/c Adjust the p/c Stitch Stitch Dispose Dispose SUMMARY METHO PRESE D NT Operatio ns 13 Transpor ts 8 Delays 2 Holds Total 23 .

[Type the document title] 6. Pocket closing Two-Hand Chart Operation: Pocket closing Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring hand on the piece Pick the piece Bring hand on the m/c Hold the piece Stitch Stitch Pick the piece Dispose the Dispose the piece piece SUMMARY PRESE METHOD NT Operations 4 Transports 4 Delays 1 Holds Total 9 .

Dart pressing and bone fusing - Two-Hand Chart Operation: Press dart +Bone fusing Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring the hand on the piece Pick the piece Bring the piece on the table Hold the piece Hold the piece Hold the piece Bring the Hand on iron Hold the piece Pick the iron Hold the piece Bring iron on the piece Hold the piece Ironing Move the hand on the fusing part Pick the fusing part Hold the fusing part Hold the fusing part Adjust the fusing part Adjust the fusing part Move the hand on iron pick the iron Hold the piece Ironing Dispose dispose SUMMARY PRESE METHOD NT Operations 8 Transports 8 Delays 9 Inspection Holds . [Type the document title] 7.

[Type the document title] Total 25 8. Sew back Dart - Operation: SEW BACK DART Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring the hand on the piece Pick the piece Bring the piece on the m/c Hold the piece Hold the piece Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Bring hand on Hold the piece the Chalk Hold the piece Pick the chalk Move hand on Hold the piece the m/c Mark from chalk Stitching Hold the chalk dispose the piece Dispose the chalk SUMMARY PRESE METHOD NT Operations 7 Transports 5 Delays 6 Temp storage Total 18 .

Small part Overlock Two-Hand Chart Operation: Small part o/l Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring hand on the piece Pick the piece Bring hand on the m/c with piece hold the piece Hold the p/c Stitch Stitch SUMMARY PRESE METHOD NT Operations 3 Transports 2 Delays 2 Inspection Holds Total 7 . [Type the document title] 9.

sew bone pocket Two-Hand Chart Operation: Sew bone pocket Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring hand on Bring hand on piece the piece Pick the Piece Pick the piece Bring the piece Bring the piece on the m/c on m/c Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Bring hand on the panel Pick the Piece Bring the panel on m/c Hold the piece Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Stitch Stitch SUMMARY PRESE METHOD NT Operations 3 Transports 6 Delays 5 . [Type the document title] 10.

Side pkt Attach+ fly Attach Two- Hand Chart Operation: Side pkt Attach + Fly attach Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring the hand on the Bring the hand on the piece piece Pick the piece Pick the piece Bring the hand on the Bring the hand on the m/c m/c Bring the hand on the Bring hand on the pkt piece pkt piece Pick the piece Pick the piece Bring the piece on the Bring th piece on the m/c m/c Bring the hand on scissors pick the scissors Bring scissor on the m/c Hold the p/c cut the piece Adjust the piece adjust the piece Stitch stitch Bring the hand on piece Pick the piece Bring the hand on the m/c Adjust the piece adjust the piece Stitch stitch Dispose . [Type the document title] Holds Total 14 Front and Back Section 1.

Close back pocket back Two-Hand Chart Operation: Close pkt bag Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring the hand on the piece pick the piece Bring the hand on the piece Hold the piece Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Stitching Stitching Dispose Dispose SUMMARY METHO PRESE D NT Operatio ns 5 Transpor ts 4 Delays 1 Holds . [Type the document title] SUMMARY PRESE METHOD NT Operations 15 Transports 12 Delays 1 Holds Total 28 2.

Sew double plate in front Two-Hand Chart Operation : Sew double plate in front Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring the Hand on the Bring the hand on piece the piece Pick the piece Pick the piece Bring the piece on the Bring the piece on m/c m/c Adjust the piece Adjust the m/c Stitch Stitch Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Stitch Stitch Dispose the piece . [Type the document title] Total 10 3.

[Type the document title] SUMMARY METHO PRES D ENT Operati ons 10 Transpo rts 5 Delays Holds Total 15 5. Attach zipper to front Two-Hand Chart Operation: Attach Zipper to front Left-Hand Right-Hand Description Description Bring the hand on Bring the hand on the the piece piece Pick the piece Pick the piece Bring the piece on Bring the piece on the the m/c m/c Bring the hand on the fly Pick the fly Bring the fly on the m/c Bring the hand on the zipper Pick the zipper Bring zipper on the m/c Adjust Adjust Stitch Stitch Dispose .

Attach facing back up panel Two-Hand Chart Operation: Attach facing back up panel Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring hand on the Bring hand on the piece piece Pick the piece pick the piece Bring hand on the Bring hand on the piece piece Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Bring hand on the piece pick the piece Move the hand on Hold the piece the piece Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Stitching Stitching Dispose . [Type the document title] SUMMARY METHO PRESE D NT Operatio ns 8 Transpor ts 9 Delays Holds Total 17 6.

Crotch joining Two-Hand Chart Operation: Crotch joining Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring hand on the Piece Pick the piece Bring back hand on the m/c Hold the piece Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Bring hand on the Piece Pick the piece Bring back hand on the m/c Hold the piece Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Stitching Stitching . [Type the document title] SUMMARY PRES METHOD ENT Operations 9 Transports 7 Delays 1 Holds Total 17 ASSEMBLY 1.

loop joining Two- Hand Chart Operation: loop joining Right hand Left-Hand Description description Bring hand on the Bring hand on the m/c m/c Pick the piece Pick the piece Bring Hand on the Bring back hand on the m/c m/c Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Bring hand on the Hold the piece loop Hold the piece Pick the loop . [Type the document title] Dispose SUMMARY PRES METHOD ENT Operations 8 Transports 5 Delays 2 Inspection Holds Total 15 2.

[Type the document title] Bring the loop on Hold the piece the m/c SUMMARY PRESE METHOD NT Operations Transports Delays Inspection Holds Total 0 3.Waist band Attach + Small size label Two-Hand Chart Operation: Waist Band Attach+ small size label Left-Hand Right-Hand Description Description Bring the hand on the waistband Pick the waistband Bring the piece on the workplace .

[Type the document title] Bring the hand on the piece pick the piece Bring the piece on the m/c Adjust the piece Adjust the m/c Bring the hand on the scissor pick the scissor Cut the piece bring back hand and put the scissor Adjust the piece on the m/c adjust the piece Stitch Stitch Bring hand on the Bring hand on the label scissor Pick the label Pick the scissor Bring the label on Bring the scissor on workplace workplace cut the label with cut the label scissor Adjust the label Adjust the label Stitch Stitch Bring the hand on the scissor pick the scissor Cut the required part Hold the piece Bring hand on the chalk Hold the piece Pick the chalk Bring the chalk on work Hold the piece place Hold the piece Adjust the piece Bring the hand on another prt of wb Pick the waist band Bring waistband at workplace Adjust Adjust Stitch Stitch Adjust Adjust Stitch Stitch Bring hand on the Hold the piece scissor Hold the piece pick the scissor Bring scissor on Hold the piece workplace Dispose SUMMAR .

j-Stitch- Two-Hand Chart Operation: J-Stitch Left-Hand Right-Hand Description Description Bring hand on the machine pick the piece Bring the piece on the m/c Hold the piece Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Stitch the piece Stitch the Piece Move the piece Move the piece Bring the hand on Hold the piece folder Hold the piece Pick the folder Put the folder on the Hold the piece piece Adjust the piece on Hold the piece folder Stitch the piece Stitch the Piece Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Hold the piece Adjust the folder Stitch the piece Stitch the Piece Dispose SUMMARY METHO PRESE D NT Operatio ns 13 Transpor ts 5 Delays 6 Inspectio . [Type the document title] Y METHO PRESE D NT Operatio 3 ns 1 Transpor 1 ts 7 Delays 7 Inspecti on Holds 5 Total 5 4.

[Type the document title] n Holds Total 24 6. Back Rise joining- Two-Hand Chart Operation: Back rise joining Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring the hand on the piece Pick the piece Bring the piece on the m/c Hold the piece Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Stitching Stitching Dispose SUMMARY METHO PRESE D NT Operatio ns 5 Transpor ts 3 Delays 1 Inspecti on Holds Total 9 .

Bar tack Two-Hand Chart Operation: Bar tack Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring hand on the pieces Pick the piece Bring piece on the m/c Hold the piece Adjust the piece on Adjust the piece on the m/c the m/c stitch Dispose SUMMARY PRESE METHOD NT Operation s 5 Transport s 3 Delays 1 Inspectio n Holds Total 9 . [Type the document title] 7.

Wash care label Attach Two-Hand Chart Operation: Wash care label attach Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring hand on the piece pick the piece Move hand on Hold the piece sewing m/c Adjust the piece on Adjust the piece on m/c the m/c Bring hand on the label pick the label Turn &crease the Turn & crease the label label Adjust the label Adjust the label Stitch Stitching Dispose SUMMARY PRESE METHOD NT Operations 6 Transports 4 Delays 1 Inspection Holds Total 11 . [Type the document title] 8.

[Type the document title] 9. Button Attach Two-Hand Chart Operation: Button attach Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring the hand on the piece pick the piece Bring the piece on the m/c Hold the piece Hold th e piece Mark the piece Bring Hand on the button Pick the Button Adjust the button stitch Stich Bring the hand on Hold the piece button Hold the piece Pick the Button stitch stitch SUMMARY PRESE METHOD NT Operations 9 Transports 4 Delays 4 Inspection .

[Type the document title] Holds Total 17 10. Tacking Two-Hand Chart Operation: Tacking Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring the hand on the piece Pick the piece Bring the piece on the m/c Hold the piece Adjust Adjust Stitch Stitch Adjust Adjust Stitch Stitch Adjust Adjust Stitch Stitch Adjust Adjust Stitch Stitch SUMMARY PRESE METHOD NT Operations 16 Transports 2 Delays 1 Inspection Holds Total 19 .

Eyelet Machine Two-Hand Chart Operation: Eyelet Machine Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring hand on the piece Pick the piece Bring the piece on the m/c Hold the piece Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Stitching Stitching Move the piece Move the piece Bring the hand on the chalk pick the Chalk Hold the piece Mark from chalk Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Stitching Stitching Move the piece Move the piece Bring the hand on Hold the piece the chalk Hold the piece pick the Chalk Hold the piece Mark from chalk Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Stitching Stitching Move the piece Move the piece Stitching Stitching Dispose Dispose SUMMARY METHO PRES D ENT . [Type the document title] 11.

[Type the document title] Operatio ns 19 Transpor ts 12 Delays 4 Inspecti on Holds Total 35 12. Turn Extension Inside Two-Hand Chart Operation: Turn extension inside Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring the hand on the piece Pick the piece Bring hand on the m/c Hold the piece Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Stitch Stitch Bring the hand on Hold the piece the scissor Hold the piece Pick the Scossor Hold the piece Cut with Scissor Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Stitch Stitch Move the piece Move the piece Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Stitch Stitch Bring the hand on Hold the piece the scissor Hold the piece Pick the Scissor Hold the piece Cut with Scissor Dispose the piece .

Belt press. fly press. Back Seam Press . [Type the document title] SUMMAR Y PRESE METHOD NT Operations 18 Transports 5 Delays 6 Inspection Holds Total 29 13. Belt Extension press Two-Hand Chart Operation: Back seam press. Belt extension press Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring the hand on the m/c Pick the piece Bring the piece on Working plc Hold the piece Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Bring hand on Hold the piece iron Hold the piece Pick the iron Hold the piece ironing Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Bring hand on Hold the piece iron Hold the piece Pick the iron Hold the piece ironing Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Bring hand on Hold the piece iron Hold the piece Pick the iron Hold the piece ironing Move the piece Move the piece Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Bring hand on iron .Fly press. belt press.

[Type the document title] Pick the iron ironing the fly part Dispose SUMMARY PRESE METHOD NT Operations 16 Transports 9 Delays 10 Inspection Holds Total 35 14. Hook & Eye Two-Hand Chart Operation: Hook & Eye Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring hand on Bring hand on the hook the hook Pick the hook Pick the hook Bring hook on Bring hook on the m/c the m/c Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Press the button Press the button Bring hand on Bring hand on the eye the eye Pick the eye Pick the eye Bring eye on he Bring the eye on the m/c m/c Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Press the button Press the button Dispose Dispose .

STRIPE ATTACH- Two-Hand Chart Operation: STRIPE ATTACH Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring hand on Bring hand on the piece the piece Pick the piece Pick the piece Bring hand on Bring hand on the m/c the m/c Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Stitch Stitch Bring hand on Bring hand on the piece the piece Pick the piece Pick the piece Bring hand on Bring hand on the m/c the m/c Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Stitch Stitch . [Type the document title] SUMMARY PRESE METHOD NT Operations 12 Transports 10 Delays Inspection Holds Total 22 Improve Left Hand Right Hand Chart 1.

Two-Hand Chart Operation: Attach facing back pkt Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring hand on Bring the hand on the piece facing Pick the piece Pick the facing Bring facing on Bring the hand on the m/c the m/c Adjust the piece Adjust the piece Stitch Stitch . Attach Facing Back Pocket. [Type the document title] SUMMARY PRESE METHOD NT Operations 12 Transports 8 Delays TEMP STORAGE Total 20 2.

Side Pocket Attach +Fly Attach Two-Hand Chart Operation: Side pkt Attach + Fly attach Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring the hand on the Bring the hand on the piece piece Pick the piece Pick the piece Bring the hand on the Bring the hand on the m/c m/c BrIng hand on the pkt Bring the hand on the piece pkt piece Pick the piece Pick the piece Bring the piece on the Bring th piece on the m/c m/c Bring the hand on scissor pick the scissor Bring scissor on the m/c Hold the p/c cut the piece Adjust the piece adjust the piece Stitch stitch Bring the hand on . [Type the document title] SUMMARY PRES METHOD ENT Operations 6 Transports 4 Delays Inspection Holds Total 10 3.

[Type the document title] piece Pick the piece Bring the hand on the m/c Adjust the piece adjust the piece Stitch stitch Dispose SUMMARY METHO PRES D ENT Operati ons 15 Transpo rts 12 Delays 1 Holds Total 28 4. Attach Zipper to front- Two-Hand Chart Operation: Attach Zipper to front Left-Hand Right-Hand Description Description Bring the hand on Bring the hand on the the piece piece Pick the piece Pick the piece Bring the piece on Bring the piece on the the m/c m/c Bring the hand on the fly Pick the fly Bring the fly on the m/c .

Waist Band Attach+ small size label Attach - Two-Hand Chart Operation: Waist Band Attach+ small size label Attach Left-Hand Right-Hand Description Description Bring the hand on the waistband Pick the waistband . [Type the document title] Bring the hand on the zipper Pick the zipper Bring zipper on the m/c Adjust Adjust Stitch Stitch Dispose SUMMARY METHO PRES D ENT Operatio ns 8 Transpor ts 9 Delays Holds Total 17 5.

[Type the document title] Bring the piece on the workplace Bring the hand on the piece pick the piece Bring the piece on the m/c Bring the hand on the scissor pick the scissor Cut the piece bring back hand and put the scissor Adjust the piece on the m/c adjust the piece Stitch Stitch Bring hand on the label Pick the label Bring the label on workplace Adjust the label Adjust the label Stitch Stitch Bring the hand on the scissor pick the scissor Cut the required part Bring hand on the Hold the piece chalk Hold the piece Pick the chalk Bring the chalk on Hold the piece work place Hold the piece Adjust the piece Bring the hand on another part of wb Pick the waist band Bring waistband at workplace Adjust Adjust Stitch Stitch Adjust Adjust Stitch Stitch Bring hand on the Hold the piece scissor Hold the piece pick the scissor Bring scissor on Hold the piece workplace Dispose .

[Type the document title] SUMMAR Y METHO PRESE D NT Operatio 2 ns 8 Transpor 1 ts 8 Delays 4 Inspecti on Holds 5 Total 0 .

Hook & Eye- Two-Hand Chart Operation: Hook & Eye Right-Hand Left-Hand Description Description Bring hand on Bring hand on the hook the hook Pick the hook Pick the hook Bring hook on Bring hook on the m/c the m/c Adjust the Adjust the piece piece Press the Press the button button Bring hand on Bring hand on the eye the eye Pick the eye Pick the eye Bring eye on he Bring the eye on the m/c m/c Adjust the Adjust the piece piece Press the Press the button button Dispose Dispose SUMMARY PRESE METHOD NT Operations 12 Transports 10 Delayes Inspection Holds Total 22 . [Type the document title] 6.

I 11 MAN SITTING HEIGHT-53" STITCH LOCK DISTANCE B/W MAN TO TYPE STITCH MATERAIL-10" TXT-60.14- USED 16 M/C SNLS MACHINE HEIGHT-28" S. [Type the document title] WORK PLACE LAYOUT PREPARATION 1.P. THREAD TEX-21 GUIDE NA ATTACHME NT NA PRESSURE FOOT NA SEAM DIAGRAM . Small part over lock OPERATION DETAIL OPERATIO small part N o/l NEEDLE DC*27.

TEX- THREAD 21 GUIDE NA MACHINE HEIGHT-28" ATTACHM ENT NA MAN SITTING HEIGHT-55" DISTANCE B/W MAN TO MATERAIL 1-13" PRESSURE FOOT DISTANCE B/W MAN TO MATERAIL 2-15" SEAM DIAGRAM .P.14- USED 16 M/C SNLS S. THREAD TEX-21 DISTANCE B/W MAN TO MATERAIL-15" GUIDE NA ATTACHM ENT NA PRESSURE FOOT CR1/16 E SEAM DIAGRAM 3. ATTACH LOWER FACING + TACKING OPERATION DETAIL ATTACH LOWER OPERATIO FACING + N TACKING NEEDLE DB*1 .14-16 USED M/C SNEC S.I 10 MACHINE HEIGHT-28" STITCH LOCK TYPE STITCH MAN SITTING HEIGHT-54" TXT-60. RIGHT FLY LINING ATTACH- OPERATION DETAIL RIGHT FLY OPERATIO LINING N ATTACH NEEDLE DB*1 .I 7 STITCH TYPE LOCK STITCH TXT-60. [Type the document title] 2.P.

RIGHT FLY LINING ATTACH OPERATION DETAIL OPERATION BACK PKT FACING ATTACH NEEDLE USED DB*1 .I 9 STITCH TYPE LOCK STITCH .14-16 M/C SNLS S.P. [Type the document title] 4.

TEX-21 MAN SITTING HEIGHT-51" GUIDE DISTANCE B/W MAN TO MATERAIL-10" ATTACHMENT NA PRESSURE FOOTCR3/32E SEAM DIAGRAM . [Type the document title] MACHINE HEIGHT.28" THREAD TXT-60.

TEX- THREAD 21 GUIDE NA ATTACHM ENT NA MACHINE HEIGHT.14-16 M/C SNLS S. BACK DART PRESS +BONE FUSING .28" PRESSURE FOOT MAN SITTING HEIGHT-52" SEAM DISTANCE B/W MAN TO MATERAIL- DIAGRAM 15" 6. FRONT POCKET CLOSING OPERATION DETAIL FRONT OPERATIO POCKET N CLOSING NEEDLE USED DB*1 .P.I 10 STITCH TYPE LOCK STITCH TXT-60. [Type the document title] 5.

I NA STITCH TYPE NA DISTANCE B/W MAN TO MATERAIL-8" THREAD NA GUIDE NA ATTACHME NT NA PRESSURE FOOT NA SEAM DIAGRAM NA Front & Back 1.P. [Type the document title] OPERATION DETAIL BACK DART PRESS +BONE OPERATION FUSING NEEDLE USED NA MACHINE M/C RAMSONS HEIGHT-43.TEX- THREAD 21 MAN SITTING HEIGHT-54" DISTANCE B/W MAN TO MATERAIL- GUIDE NA 18" ATTACHM ENT NA PRESSURE FOOT CR1/16E SEAM DIAGRAM .I 9 STITCH TYPE LOCK STITCH MACHINE HEIGHT-28" TXT-60.5" S. CLOSE & AND TACK BONE OPERATION DETAIL CLOSE & OPERATIO AND TACK N BONE NEEDLE USED DB*1 .P.14-16 M/C SNLS S.

TEX- THREAD 21 MAN SITTING HEIGHT-50" .P.I 7 MACHINE HEIGHT-28" STITCH TYPE LOCK STITCH MAN SITTING HEIGHT-54" TXT-60. ATTACH ZIPPER TO FRONT OPERATION DETAIL ATTACH OPERATIO ZIPPER TO N FRONT NEEDLE USED DB*1 .TEX. ATTACH FACING BACK UPPER PANEL OPERATION DETAIL ATTACH FACING BACK OPERATIO UPPER N PANEL NEEDLE USED DB*1 .8" GUIDE NA ATTACHM ENT NA PRESSURE FOOT CR1/2 SEAM DIAGRAM 3. DISTANCE B/W MAN TO MATERAIL- THREAD 21 18".I 10 STITCH TYPE LOCK STITCH MACHINE HEIGHT-28" TXT-60.14-16 M/C SNLS S.14-16 M/C SNLS S. [Type the document title] 2.P.

I 9 MAN SITTING HEIGHT-51" STITCH DISTANCE B/W MAN TO MATERAIL- TYPE OVERLOCK 18" TXT-80.P.I 9 STITCH LOCK STITCH MACHINE HEIGHT-28" .14 USED SEAM DIAGRAM 5. ATT SIDE PKT FRT+ ATT FLY TO FRT ATT SIDE PKT OPERATIO FRT+ ATT FLY N TO FRT NEEDLE USED DB*1 .14-16 M/C SNLS S.14-16 M/C 5T O/L MACHINE HEIGHT-28" S. [Type the document title] DISTANCE B/W MAN TO MATERAIL- GUIDE 18" ATTACHM ENT PRESSURE FOOT SEAM DIAGRAM 4.P.TEX- THREAD 21 GUIDE NA ATTACHM ENT NA PRESSURE FOOT NA NEEDLE DC*27. BACK PKT BAG CLOSING OPERATION DETAIL OPERATIO BACK PKT N BAG CLOSING NEEDLE USED DB*1 .

14-16 M/C LOCK STITCH S.5" DISTANCE B/W MAN TO GUIDE MATERAIL-19" ATTACHM ENT PRESSURE FOOT SEAM DIAGRAM 7.I 11 STITCH TYPE LOCK STITCH MACHINE HEIGHT. ZIPPER EDGE STITCH OPERATION DETAIL OPERATIO ZIPPER EDGE N STITCH NEEDLE USED DB*1 .P.TEX- THREAD 21 MAN SITTING HEIGHT-51.28" TXT-60. [Type the document title] TYPE TXT-60. BACK PKT BAG CLOSING OPERATION DETAIL OPERATIO BACK PKT N BAG .TEX- THREAD 21 MAN SITTING HEIGHT-52" DISTANCE B/W MAN TO MATERAIL- GUIDE NA 10".15" ATTACHM ENT NA PRESSURE FOOT CR 1/16E SEAM DIAGRAM 6.

DISTANCE B/W MAN TO THREAD 21 MATERAIL-20" GUIDE ATTACHM ENT PRESSURE FOOT SEAM DIAGRAM ASSEMBLY 1. INSEAM+SIDE SEAM ATTACH OPERATION DETAIL INSEAM+SI OPERATIO DE SEAM N ATTACH NEEDLE USED TV*7.P.I 9 MACHINE HEIGHT-28" STITCH TYPE OVERLOCK MAN SITTING HEIGHT-52" TXT-60.14-16 M/C 5T O/L S. 16 MACHINE HEIGHT-28" M/C SNCS MAN SITTING HEIGHT-53" DISTANCE B/W MAN TO S.P.TEX.I MATERAIL-10" STITCH CHAIN TYPE STITCH TXT-120' THREAD TEX-24 GUIDE ATTACHM ENT PRESSURE FOOT . [Type the document title] CLOSING NEEDLE USED DB*1 .

I 9 MAN SITTING HEIGHT-52" STITCH DISTANCE B/W MAN TO TYPE LOCK STITCH MATERAIL-18" TXT-60. INSEAM PRESS OPERATION DETAIL INSEAM OPERATION PRESS NEEDLE USED NA MACHINE M/C NA HEIGHT-43.I NA STITCH TYPE NA DISTANCE B/W MAN TO MATERAIL-12" THREAD NA GUIDE NA ATTACHME NT NA PRESSURE FOOT NA SEAM DIAGRAM NA 3. LOCK SIDE SEAM OPERATION DETAIL OPERATIO LOCK SIDE N SEAM NEEDLE USED DB*1 .14-16 M/C SNLS MACHINE HEIGHT- S. [Type the document title] SEAM DIAGRAM 2.TEX- THREAD 21 GUIDE NA ATTACHM ENT NA PRESSUR .P.5" S.P.

DISTANCE B/W MAN TO THREAD 21 MATERAIL-18" GUIDE NA ATTACHM ENT NA PRESSUR E FOOT SEAM DIAGRAM 5. CROTCH JONING &ZIPPER KINARI OPERATION DETAIL CROTCH JONING OPERATIO &ZIPPER N KINARI NEEDLE USED DB*1 .I 9 MACHINE HEIGHT-28" STITCH TYPE LOCK STITCH MAN SITTING HEIGHT-51" TXT-60.P.P. LOOP ATTACH OPERATION DETAIL OPERATIO N LOOP ATTACH NEEDLE USED DB*1 .14-16 M/C SNLS S.TEX. [Type the document title] E FOOT SEAM DIAGRAM 4.14-16 M/C SNLS S.I 6 STITCH TYPE LOCK STITCH MACHINE HEIGHT-28" TXT-60.TEX- THREAD 21 MAN SITTING HEIGHT-53" .

WAIST BAND ATTACH OPERATION DETAIL OPERATIO WAIST BAND N ATTACH NEEDLE USED DB*1 .P. CLOSE WST BAND FRT FLY OPERATION DETAIL OPERATIO CLOSE WST N BAND FRT FLY NEEDLE USED DB*1 .14-16 M/C SNLS S.TEX- THREAD 21 MACHINE HEIGHT-28" GUIDE NA MAN SITTING HEIGHT-52" ATTACHM DISTANCE B/W MAN TO ENT NA MATERAIL-19" PRESSUR E FOOT SEAM DIAGRAM 7. [Type the document title] DISTANCE B/W MAN TO MATERAIL 1-18" DISTANCE B/W MAN TO GUIDE NA MATERAIL 2-13" ATTACHM ENT NA PRESSUR E FOOT SEAM DIAGRAM 6.I 6 STITCH TYPE LOCK STITCH TXT-60.14-16 .

[Type the document title] M/C SNLS S.TEX- THREAD 21 GUIDE MACHINE HEIGHT-28" ATTACHM ENT MAN SITTING HEIGHT-50" PRESSUR DISTANCE B/W MAN TO E FOOT MATERAIL-19" SEAM DIAGRAM 8. DISTANCE B/W MAN TO THREAD 21 MATERAIL-19' GUIDE NA ATTACHM ENT NA PRESSUR E FOOT SEAM DIAGRAM 9.I 9 STITCH LOCK TYPE STITCH TXT-60.P.P. EDGE STITCH ON ZIPPER OPERATION DETAIL OPERATIO EDGE STITCH N ON ZIPPER NEEDLE USED DB*1 .I 11 MACHINE HEIGHT-28" STITCH TYPE LOCK STITCH MAN SITTING HEIGHT-51" TXT-60.TEX.14-16 M/C SNLS S. CURTAIN FEELING OPERATION DETAIL .

ATTACH LABEL ON FLY OPERATION DETAIL ATTACH OPERATIO LABEL ON N FLY NEEDLE USED DB*1 .I 10 MACHINE HEIGHT-28" STITCH TYPE LOCK STITCH MAN SITTING HEIGHT-51" DISTANCE B/W MAN TO MATERAIL 1-18" DISTANCE B/W MAN TO TXT-60.TREAS TYPE URE BS-101 MACHINE HEIGHT-27" THREAD D TEX 101 MAN SITTING HEIGHT-51" DISTANCE B/W MAN TO GUIDE NA MATERAIL-18" ATTACHME NT NA PRESSURE FOOT NA SEAM DIAGRAM 10.TEX.14-16 M/C SNLS S.P.TREAS M/C URE BS-101 S.P.I BLIND STITCH HEM.14-16 BLIND HEM. [Type the document title] OPERATIO CURTAIN N FEELING NEEDLE USED DB*1 . MATERAIL 2-20" THREAD 21 GUIDE NA ATTACHM ENT NA PRESSUR E FOOT SEAM DIAGRAM .

S. [Type the document title] 11.I MACHINE HEIGHT-38" STITCH LOCK TYPE STITCH MAN SITTING HEIGHT-62" TXT- 60. BACK RISE ATTACH OPERATION DETAIL OPERATIO BACK RISE N ATTACH NEEDLE USED DB*1 .P.P.TEX- THREAD 21 MAN SITTING HEIGHT-51" DISTANCE B/W MAN TO GUIDE NA MATERAIL-19" ATTACHM ENT NA PRESSUR E FOOT SEAM DIAGRAM 12.TEX. DISTANCE B/W MAN TO THREAD 21 MATERAIL-19" GUIDE NA ATTACHMEN T NA PRESSURE FOOT NA SEAM DIAGRAM . BAR TACK OPERATION DETAIL OPERATION BAR TACK NEEDLE DP*5. 16 USED M/C JUKI.I 10 TENDAM MACHINE HEIGHT-28" NEEDLE STITCH CHAIN TYPE STITCH TXT-60.14-16 M/C SNLS S.

[Type the document title] 13. DISTANCE B/W MAN TO THREAD 21 MATERAIL-19" GUIDE NA ATTACHM ENT NA PRESSURE FOOT NA . DISTANCE B/W MAN TO THREAD 60. BUTTON ATTACH OPERATION DETAIL OPERATIO BUTTON N ATTACH NEEDLE DP*17.P. 16 USED JUKI MEB M/C 3200C S.I MACHINE HEIGHT-38" STITCH LOCK TYPE STITCH MAN SITTING HEIGHT-61" TXT.I MACHINE HEIGHT-27" STITCH TYPE 3TO/L MAN SITTING HEIGHT-51" TXT-60.TEX.P.TEX-21 MATERAIL-19" GUIDE NA ATTACHME NT NA PRESSURE FOOT NA SEAM DIAGRAM 14. EYELET OPERATION DETAIL OPERATIO N EYELET NEEDLE TQL. 16 USED JUKI LK M/C 1903 ASS S.

[Type the document title] SEAM DIAGRAM 15. BOTTOM O/L OPERATION DETAIL OPERATIO BOTTOM N O/L NEEDLE DC*27.P.TEX.16-18 M/C JUKI MB 373 S. DISTANCE B/W MAN TO THREAD 21 MATERAIL-18" GUIDE NA ATTACHM ENT NA PRESSURE FOOT NA SEAM DIAGRAM 16. TACKING- OPERATION DETAIL OPERATIO N TACKING NEEDLE USED TQ1.I 10 MACHINE HEIGHT-29" STITCH TYPE 3TO/L MAN SITTING HEIGHT-52" TXT-60.P.14 USED SIRUB 757 M/C 3TO/L S.I MACHINE HEIGHT-28" STITCH TYPE MAN SITTING HEIGHT-52" .

DISTANCE B/W MAN TO THREAD 21 MATERAIL-19" GUIDE NA ATTACHM ENT NA PRESSUR E FOOT NA SEAM DIAGRAM WORK STATION RE ENGINEERING - 1.TEX. [Type the document title] TXT-60.Back pocket Facing Attach. Front pocket Attach. Stripe Attach . Zipper Attach 9 1 16 " " 8" 2.

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