PLANT LAYOUT ARCHITECHTURAL BRIEF FOR FASHION SHIRT MANUFATURING PLANT

Submitted By:
Akriti Sharma (03) Amit Kumar (04)
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Ashish Kumar (07) Vaibhav (28)

PART 1 INTRODUCTION

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Introduction
About The Project

It is proposed to setup an apparel manufacturing facility for manufacture of fashion shirts.

• The proposed facility is to be setup within an area of 15,000sft.

The facility shall perform composite functions of fabricating the product right from the raw material to its finished state.

• The facility shall cater and be oriented towards domestic as well as export oriented markets.

The processes in the manufacturing would be in house with the exception of the processing of raw material like fabrics which shall be procured in processed forms.

• The nature of the product is not staple thus variations are possible in machine requirement as well as the production work flow.

Type of manufacturing system is proposed to be a combination of product for assembly line and process type for small parts construction.

The required production rate of finished product is to be 3000 pieces/day.

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Product Analysis
Product Overview

Fig: fashion shirt

Name of the Product Category(Men’s/Women’s/Children) Type of Product(Casual/Formal) Staple/fashion Product Major rawmaterials

Fashion shirt Men’s, Women’s and Childrens Casual Fashion Fabric (woven),trims like button, fusible interlining, zipper and sewing threads

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
• • The casual or fashion shirt is an apparel for casual/daily wear purpose. It must have desirable fashion features such as darts, panels, embroidery, etc for providing an attractive look to the wearer. • • • • • A standard fashion shirt has around 11 components. Variations among these components are done to develop various designs. The major raw materials consumed in the manufacturing are fabrics. Variety of woven fabrics can be used as raw material for the product. The construction of the product can vary from easy to complex depending on the style variation. • Small parts like collar and cuffs are separately prepared before being assemble into the main garment. • The collar and cuff require fusing machines for attaching the fusible interlinings to the respective parts.

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PARTS LIST
A standard fashion shirt consists of the following parts: Part number 1. 2. 3 4 5. 6 7 8. 9 10 11 Part name Front Back. Yoke (Back). Sleeve. Collar. Collar band. Cuff. Sleeve placket. Pockets. Front placket (Button/Button hole). Buttons Quantity per final assembly 2 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 or 2 1 7-8 Make/buy Make Make Make Make Make Make Make Make Make Make Buy

Other auxiliary parts are: Labels o Brand 12 . o Size o Fit o Wash care 1+1+1+1 Buy

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Sewing Operation Breakdown
The following operations are for sewing a men’s casual (fashion) shirt. These are general operation irrespective of any variation. Operation Number Operation name A01 A02 A03 A04 A05 A06 A07 B01 B02 B02 B03 B04 B05 B06 B07 B08 B09 B10 B11 B12 B13 B14 B15 Serge front Fuse fusible interlining on Serge front placket Sew front buttonhole placket to front. Sew button placket Top stitch button hole placket Serge back Sew shoulder Attach pocket Sew under sleeve placket to sleeve Fold upper sleeve placket Sew upper sleeve placket Sew tack to sleeve mouth Sew sleeve Counter stitch sleeve Sew side and under sleeve Fold bottom and slit Sew top of slit Top stitch bottom and slit Crease label Sew size label to brand label Baste brand label to neck Fuse fusible interlining on upper collar
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MACHINE REQUIRED 5Th O/L Fusing m/c 5Th O/L SNLS SNLS SNCS/SNLS 5 TH O/L SNLS SNLS SNLS IRONINGTABLE SNLS SNLS SNLS SNLS/DNLS Feed of the arm Manual SNLS SNLS Ironing Table SNLS SNLS Fusing m/c

B16 B17 B18 B19 B20 B21 B22 B23 B24 B25 B26 B27

Run stitch collar Cut collar point ,turn & fold collar Sew collar bottom Sew collar Counter stitch collar Fuse Fusible interlining on cuff Sew edge of cuff Turn and form cuff Topstitch cuff Sew cuff Turn body and mark button position Sew button to point

SNLS Collar turning m/c SNLS SNLS SNLS/DNLS Fusing m/c SNLS Cuff turning m/c SNLS SNLS Manual Button attach m/c Button Holing m/c Button stitch

B28

Sew button hole to cuff

B29

Sew button to front and cuff

machine

C01 C02 C03 C04

Trim thread Inspect Press body Finishing iron

Thread trimming machine Manual Vacuum Press Iron

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PRODUCT/PART VARIATIONS
Part name Possible Variations 1. Kimono sleeve 2. Pleated shirt Front and back body 3. Shirt with yokes(front and back) 4. Multi-Panel shirt 5. Gather shirt 1. Sailor collar 2. Shirt collar 3. Peter Pan collar 4. Stand collar Collar 5. Roll collar 6. Madrin collar 7. Turtle neck

1. Cap sleeve 2. Dart less sleeve 3. Petal sleeves Sleeve 4. Circular hemline sleeves 5. Lantern sleeves 6. Cowl sleeves 7. Leg-o-mutton sleeves Sleeve cuffs
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1. Basic shirt cuff

2. Self-faced cuff 3. French cuff 4. Contoured cuff 5. Roll-up- cuff 1. Epaulets 2. Zippers 3. Buttons(metallic /plastic) Decorative trims/parts 4. Patch work 5. Paupers or rivets 6. Hood

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Part 2 Production process and Related Activities

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PROCESS INVOLVED / OPERATING ACTIVITIES

Proto type sample development

Sample approval

Order Conformation

Pp sample development

Size sample approval

Size set samples

Pp sample approval

Production Planning and raw material procurement (SCM)

Receive raw material and inspection

SEWING

Cutting

Stores

Marker from CAD

Pressing and Finishing

Quality checking and audit

Packaging

Dispatch

Standard Production Operations/activities

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Processes involving specialized operations
Specialized operation required for meeting the requirements of the product variations are as follows: • • • Embroidery Printing Washing

Embroidery:-Embroidery can be done on any part/component. It is usually done before sewing/assembly operations. The parts requiring the embroidery are transported from the cutting to the embroidery section. After embroidery the parts are transported back to cutting and re bundled with original pieces. Printing: Printing also can be done on any individual part or component before the sewing/assembly operations. The parts requiring the embroidery are transported from the cutting to the embroidery section. After embroidery the parts are transported back to cutting and re bundled with original pieces and sent for sewing. Washing: To provide a variety of effects the garments may be given washes or for providing shrinkage. These operations are usually done after the production operations are completed and just before the packaging. The garments which are produced out from the sewing lines are sent directly for washing from where after washing they are sent to the finishing department for finishing and packaging.

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Process flow with specialized operations

Proto type sample development

Sample approval

Order Conformation

Pp sample development

Size sample approval

Size set samples

Pp sample approval

Production Planning and raw material procurement (SCM)

Receive raw material and inspection

PRINTING

EMBROIDERY

Marker from CAD

Sewing

Cutting

Stores

WASHING

Quality checking and audit

Packaging

Pressing and Finishing

Dispatch

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OPERATION BREAK DOWN FOR MAJOR DEPARTMENTS FABRIC STORE

Invoice received from the merchandiser

Identification of supplier

Negotiation with supplier

Issue of purchase order

Follow up with the supplier

Receiving of fabric

Storage of fabric

Fabric check

Issuing of the fabric

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CUTTING DEPARTMENT

Fabric received from the fabric stores

Spreading

Marker Making

Lay Checking

Cutting Re- cutting (for embroidery and sometimes checks)

Ticketing Component checking

Fusing (when required)

Bundling

Issued to sewing batch

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FINISHING DEPARTMENT

Button Holing/stitching

Washing

Thread cutting

Pressing

Checking

Re- pressing

Measurement check Thread sucking

Folding

Tagging

Packing Dispatch

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Computer Aided Design (CAD)

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RFD

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SAMPLING

Receive the tech peck from the merchandiser

Develop the patterns

Developing the fit sample and sending for approval

Developing the size set

Developing the PP samples

Sealing the patterns and send for production

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PART 3 PRODUCTION SYSTEM: PROGRESSIVE BUNDLE SYSTEM

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Production System: Progressive Bundle System
The production system proposed for the facility is “Progressive Bundle System” with the material flow being “zigzag” motion. PBS system is exactly what its name implies, a system whereby the garments are gradually assembled as they move through successive sub-assembly and main assembly operations in bundle form. The principles of this system are: • The various sections are positioned according to the main operation sequence, with each section having a layout according to the sequence of operations required to produce a particular component. • A work store is positioned at the start and the end of every section of these buffers is used to store work received from a preceding operation and to hold work complete by that section. • Due to these work stores or buffers, each section is not directly dependent on the preceding section, but can absorb slight variation in output via the stocks held within the section. The reasons for using PBS system are highlighted below: • Labors of all levels, that is skilled, unskilled, semi-skilled labors are involved in this system where the operations are broken into small simple operation. Hence the cost of labor is cheap. • The quantity and quality of each component is checked during the individual operation itself, so the quality is good. • The component are moved in bundles from one operation to the next operation, so there is less chance for confusion like, lot mix-up, shade variation, size variation etc. • Specialization and rhythm of operations in PBS increase the overall productivity

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Bundle tracking is possible, so identifying and solving problems becomes easy.

The material flow is zigzag movement of material. In case of the zig zag movement the straight line is divided into two lines such that if the first operation is on the right side of the centre table, the subsequent operation is done on the opposite side of the table. The completed parts are placed on the table and the next operator picks up the same. • The system is very useful in terms of ergonomics as it requires minimum operator’s motion. • The workflow is also improved and the chances of the bundles breaking in the middle of the line are minimized. The pattern is well explained by the following illustration. For example if there are 6 operation in manufacturing a part. Let ,the operations be Op1, Op2, Op3, Op4, Op5 and Op6, and the operators be 1,2 ,3 4, 5 and 6 respectively, the material flow would be

OP1

OP3

OP5

1

3

5

OP2

OP6

OP4

2

6

Illustration of the zig zag movement of the material

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Centre table Material Flow Operators for the operation Machines for operations

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PART 4 MAN MACHINE AND MATERIAL CALCULATIONS

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Man Machine and Material Calculations
• The calculations for the man, machine and material have to be done department wise depending. • The type and quantity of equipment desired is to be determined by deriving information from the process breakdown compiled. • The desired Production capacity is of 3000 garments per day. • Thus it is necessary to plan the capacity of the various production related departments such that they have a capacity of 3000 garments at 100% efficiency. • This is required in order to synchronize the material flow among departments and avoid excess WIP.

DEPARTMENT WISE CALCULATION

FABRIC STORE Equipments Required Storage pallets
• The main raw material fabric is to be stored on plastic pallets in the fabric store by piling up rolls or arranging bales. • The pallets have to be of moulded 4-way type.
• It has been preferably proposed to procure Sintex pallet (model-9PNR4-1012-

02). • Dimension of each pallet- 1000mm X 1200mm X 200 mm (L X B XH).
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• Fabric required for one day (3150gmts)=3150*2=6300 mts • Storage policy for fabric store= 7 days inventory. Therefore, • • • • • • The required fabric meter age to be stored= 7*6300= 44100 mts. Average meter age available per roll= 100 mts There for the number of rolls required for storage= 441 (approx) Capacity of each plastic pallet=300-400 kgs. Average weight of fabric rolls of 150mts = 30 kgs. Thus, per pallet quantity to be stocked= 10 rolls • Thus , Quantity of pallets required= 44
• Area covered in sft= 567.072 sft (approx). • Benefits of plastic pallets for storage:

• • • • • • • • • • • • •

Cost effective Compatible with all existing lifting systems Easy to clean & wash Excellent resistance to most chemicals Maintenance-free Rot proof Extensive testing to ensures quality standards Secure Robust design to render long service Meets all GMP requirements Hygienic Water proof High impact strength and rigidity

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Fabric Checking Machine

A fabric inspection machine would be required for the purpose of inspecting the received fabric in order to certify the quality of the fabric and help in making the batches of fabric as per shades.

The fabric inspection machine that is to be procured is of Paramount (ModelCheckMate Basic™).

• Dimension of each inspection machine- 2100 mm X 1475 mm X 1800 mm. (L X

B XH).
• The area covered by inspection machine=2.1*1.47= 3.087mt2 • Quantity of inspection machines=2 • Area covered in sft= 70 sft (approx).

Inspection tables
• Dimension of each inspection table- 12’x6’ • The area covered by inspection table=.72’ • Quantity of inspection machines=2 • Area covered in sft= 144 sft (approx).

Manpower (Personnel and labour) • • • • • Quality Inspection- 3 Quality assuarance-1 Department in charge -1 Office Clerks-3 Helpers-5
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Total manpower - 13

Material
• The raw material that is stored in the fabric store is only fabric for production.

• The material is available in rolls and bale form.

Accessory Store Storage cabinet
• A storage cabinet is required for storing the required trims for production. • A storage cabinet with multi level rack is apt for its compactness and less space consumption.
• Preferably storage cabinets would be procured from Kompact systems. • The dimension of 11 rack storage cabinet = 70”x30”(5.8’x2.5’)

• Total Area covered= 14.5 sft

Inspection tables
• Dimension of each inspection table- 12’x6’ • The area covered by inspection table=.72’

• Quantity of inspection tables =4
• Area covered in sft= 288 sft (approx).

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Man(Personnel and labour) • • • • • • Quality Inspection- 4 Quality assuarance-2 Department in charge -1 Office Clerks-3 Helpers-5 Total manpower - 15

Material • The raw material that is stored in the accessory store is only the trims and accessory required for production. • The material is available in small sizes and large quantities thus storage must be done in racks /cabinet.

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Thread Store Storage cabinet
• A storage cabinet is required for storing the required threads and thread boxes for production. • A storage cabinet with multi level rack is apt for its compactness and less space consumption. • Preferably storage cabinets would be procured from Kompact systems. • The dimension of 11 rack storage cabinet = 70”x30”(5.8’x2.5’) • Total Area covered= 14.5 sft

Inspection tables
• Dimension of each inspection table- 12’x6’ • The area covered by inspection table=.72’

• Quantity of inspection tables=4
• Area covered in sft= 288 sft (approx).

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Man power(Personnel and labour) • • • • • • • Material • The raw material that is stored in the accessory store is only the trims and accessory required for production. • The material is available in small sizes and large quantities thus storage must be done in racks /cabinet. Quality Inspection- 2 Quality assuarance-1 Colour matching assistant-2 Department in charge -1 Office Clerks-2 Helpers-5 Total manpower - 13

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Spreading and Cutting Spreading and cutting tables
• Spreading and cutting will be done on the same table only
• The required capacity for 8 hrs shift is 3000 pieces.

• The average consumption for a shirt= 2mts. • The length of the marker for a 4-way marker= 8mts. • Preferable Number of plies per lay=100
• Number of garment required per hour= 3000*60/480= 375 gmts/hr.

Now,by Time standards • Time for spreading 1 lay manually= 1.1 mins • Time for spreading 100 lays = 110 mins. Similarly • Time for cutting 1 mts of lay= 0.041 mins. • Time for cutting 800 mts(100 lays) of a lay= 800*0.041=32.8 mins There fore • For spreading and cutting 400 garments time required= 32.8+110=142.8mins.
• For spreading and cutting 1 garment time required= 142.8/400=0.35mins

Hence • Number of garments spread and cut in an hour=60/0.35=171
• Thus,

the

required

number

of

tables

for

spreading

and

cutting=375/171=3( approx). • The length of the table (assuming 4 way marker with allowances)=12 mts.
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• The width of the table (assuming max width of 60”) =162.5 cm=1.6mts. • Area of spreading tables= 12*1.6mts= 19.2*3mts2= 57.6mts2=618.62sft

• The tables are to be of ceramic surface for smooth operations.

Cutting Equipments
• Each table has single straight knife cutting machine.
• Straight Knife cutting machine can be stored under the table and don’t need

separate storage. • 2 band knife machines for recutting purpose.
• Area covered by band knife= 2.10mts*1.6mts= 3.36 *2mt2 =6.72mt2 =72.17sft • 2 continuous Fusing machine required for fusing the fusible interlining on collar,

cuffs and placket.
• Area covered by fusing machines = 3.26mts*1.58mts= 4.84*2= 9.68mt2

=103.96sft

Storage racks
• 2 End bit racks of dimension = 1.17mts*0.61 mts=0.7137 sq mts= 15.33 sft (2

racks).
• 1 rack for remnant fabric pieces=1.17mts *0.61 mts= 0.7137 sq mts=7.62sft

Quality checking Tables
• 1 table = 2.45*1mts.58mts=3.871 sq mts=41.57 sft.

Bundling and ticketing tables
• 2 Bundling tables of dimensions= 2.45mt*1.58 mts • Thus area for bundling tables= 7.742 sq mts= 83.14 sft. • 1 Ticketing tables of dimensions= 2.45mt*1.58 mts= 3.871 sq mts= 41.57 sft
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Man power (Personnel and labour)
• • • • • • • •

Master spreader - 3(1 per each table). Cutting master – 3 (1 per each table). Spreading helper-3(1 per each table). Cutting helper-3 (1 per each table). Department in charge -1. Office Clerks-3. Fusing machine operators-4. Recutting operator- 1. Total Manpower - 21

• Material

• The raw material that is stored in the cutting room is only fabric for production.

• The material is available in small sizes and large quantities thus storage must be done in racks /cabinet.

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SEWING Equipment Required Sewing Machines
The following list provides the amount and type of machines required for production /sewing of a single garment based on the sewing operation breakdown (refer Product analysis). The list is also representative of the machines required in setting a single sewing line

Sno 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Type of machine SNLS DNLS SNCS Feed of the Arm Button attach Button hole 5TH O/L Total sewing machines

Quantity 21 4 1 1 2 2 3 34

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Specialized machines
Machines required for catering to special purposes such as collar turning , cuff turning and ironing .

Sno 1 2 3

Type of machine Collar turning Cuff turning Ironing Total specialized machines

Quantity 1 1 2 4

Inspection tables
• 2 inspection tables of mid line and end line inspection of dimension ( ).

Manual operation Tables
• 2 tables for performing manual operation per sewing line.

Sewing lines
• Required production rate = 3000 garments /day

• Working hours per day= 8hrs (480 mins). • Standard allowed Minute for Production of single garment= 20 mins. • Minutes required for production of 3000 garments= 3000*20= 60,000 mins. • Number of sewing machines/operators required to perform production in single sewing line= 34.
• Efficiency desired for production= 60%

Therefore,
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• Total labour required for producing 3000 gmts in 480 mins using the efficiency formula= Minutes required/Minutes available
• Hence total sewing operators= 3000*20/480*0.6=208 operators. • Since, 34 operators are required per sewing line, the number of sewing lines

required for desired production level =208/34= 6 sewing lines (appox).

Sewing Work station
• In line with the production system proposed (PBS –zigzag motion), considering the machines are arranged in two rows separated by a centre table. • For calculation purpose, a single unit of a sewing line consists of two machines on either side of the centre table inclusive of the centre table measurement and operator workspace allowance.

OP5

OP6

6
Centre table Operators for the operation Machines for operations

5

Illustration of a single unit of a sewing line

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• Measurement of the single unit of sewing line :

• •

Width- 1.20 mts(machine width -0.60mts+ operator allowance=0.60mts) Length-2.04mts (2* Machine length(2mts)+ centre table width-0.40 mts).

• Area of a single unit= 1.20mts*2.04mts= 2.88 sq mt-30.93 sft.

• There are such 17 units in a single sewing line • Thus area of a single line= 525.83 sft.
• Since, there are 6 sewing line, working area= 3154.98sft.

Manpower
• Sewing Operators- 208 • Operator for specialized machines-30 • Helpers -30 • Quality checkers-12 • Supervisors- 1 per line=6 • Production manager-1 • Assistant Production manager-1 • Quality Assurance personnel – 3
• Total sewing department manpower = 291

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FINISHING Finishing machinery list Machine Model number quantity

Washing machine

WS 35 fabcare

2

Hydro extractor

HDS 25 fabcare

2

Tumble dryer

DTS-60 fabcare

1

Pressing machine

RAMSONS VEIT 425565

5

Boiler

RAMSONS diesel steam generator

1

Machine requirementsDifferent machines required are washing machine, hydro extractor, tumble dryer, pressing machine, boiler. • The washing machine which will be utilized is of fabcare, model number- WS 35. Area of the washing machine = 1050 mm * 1200 mm=1260000 mm2
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Number of washing machine used = 2 Therefore, area used = 2520000 mm2 = 27.11520 sq ft. • The hydro extractor which will be utilized is of fabcare, model number- HDS 25. Area of the machine = 1200 mm * 1350 mm=1620000 mm2 Number of machine used = 2 Therefore, area used = 3240000 mm2 = 34.86240 sq ft. • The tumble dryer which will be utilized is of fabcare, model number- DTS-60. Area of the machine = 1350 mm * 1690 mm= 2281500 mm2 Number of machine used = 1 Therefore, area used = 2281500 mm2 = 24.54894 sq ft. • The pressing machine which will be utilized is of ramsons, model number- VEIT 4255-65. Area of the machine = 110 cm * 32 cm =3520 cm2 Number of machine used = 5 Therefore, area used = 17600 cm2 = 18.93760 sq ft. • The boiler which will be utilized is of ramsons diesel steam generator. Area of the machine = 1150 mm * 1350 mm = 1552500 mm2 Number of machine used = 1 Therefore, area used = 1552500 mm2 = 16.70490 sq ft.
• Inspection Tables are required for different purposes which are initial checking,

thread trimming and final inspection.

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Number of tables required = 12 (4 for 1st inspection+ 4 for thread cutting +4 for final inspection) Area of the table = 2.1 mts* 1.47 mts = 3.087 mt2 = 33.21612 sq ft. • Sewing machines are also required for reworking if any. Number of machine required = 5 Area required = 5* 1*0.60mts=3 sq mt= 32.22sft

Packaging
• 1 Metal detector for detecting metal parts within garments before packaging

• Dimensions of metal detector= 0.6mts *0.9 mts=0.54 sft=5.77 sft.
• 8 packaging tables of dimension 2.1mts * 1.47 mts • Dimension of Packaging tables= 8*2.1*1.47=24.696mt2 = 265.23 sft

Total area required for the finishing machinery = 27.11 sq ft. +34.86 sq ft. + 24.54sq ft. +18.93 sq ft. + 16.70 sq ft. + 33.21 sq ft. + 32.22 sft +265.23 sft = 452.80 sft.

MANPOWER • Washers – 7 • Pressers-5 • Helpers -20 • Quality checkers- 10 • Quality assurance-5 • Finishing incharge =1 • Packers- 20 • Total manpower= 68
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PRINTING Machinery details
Printing machines • M&R challenger II –(16 colour) automatic Curing machines • Transwift mini curing machine • M&R sprint 2000 – automatic continuous curing machine Fusing /Heat Transfer Machines • Cheran fusing machines-2 • HIX fusing machine Screen development machinery • Nu-Arc tri-light exposing machine • M&R Digikote’T’ automatic coating machine • 1 chamber heater. • 4 Inspection tables Total Area for Printing department= 1870 sft

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Manpower
• • • • • • • Printers-5 Colour developer-2 Screen developers-5 Curing machine operators-5 Heat transfer operators=5 Helpers -8 Total manpower- 30

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Embroidery
Machine details Embroidery machines • Barudan (18 head 9 thread)-2 • Barudan (6 head 9 thread)-1 • Amaya XT (16 colour)-2 Patch cutting machine • Golden laser cutting machine-1 Needle detector machine • Hashima metal detector Total Area for embroidery department= 1200 sft

Manpower
• • • • • Embroiders-5 Patch cutters-2 Laser cutting operator-2 Helpers-6 Total manpower- 15

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SAMPLING Machinery Details S.no 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Machine Flat locks Over lock Feed of the arm SNLS Riveting machine Straight knife Ramsons veit iron table Picotting m/c buttonhole buttoning m/c Total machines Quantity 8 10 3 17 1 1 1 1 1 1 44

Storage Racks • 2 storage racks Table • 2 pattern making tables Area
• Total area of sampling department = 3700 sft

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Manpower planning
• Cutting master – 2 • Pattern maker – 5 • Stitching master – 50 • Helpers – 10 • Sampling head – 1
• Total manpower – 68

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CAD DEPARTMENT
Machinery • • • Gerber digitizer (16 button cursor) Gerber Plotter (Infinity series) 4 Desktops

Area covered by Cad department – 96 sft Manpower Details •

CAD operators- 4 Helper – 2 Total operators - 6

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AMENITIES REQUIREMENT
Different amenities requirements are as follows: • • 2 water cooler per floor 4 toilets per floor • • •

2 for operators (men and women) 2 for supervisors and officers (Men and women)

Worker’s canteen on the top floor, area of 1000 sft Parking space at the basement

Total Setbacks of entire building is proposed to be 2000 sft with an estimate of 44 ft at each side. This set back is for transport parking and loading/unloading of the trucks.

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PART 5 Area allocation

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Store department– Fabric store Area covered by pallets Area covered by fabric checking machine Area covered by Inspection table Accessory store Area covered by storage cabinet Area covered by inspection tables Thread store Area covered by storage cabinets Area covered by inspection tables Office area Total area Total area with 20% allowance for walking and storing auxiliary items 14.5 sq ft 288 sq ft. 200 sq ft 1586.072 sq ft 1903.286 sq ft 14.5 sq ft 288 sq ft. 144 sq ft 567.072 sq ft 70 sq ft

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Spreading and cutting departmentArea covered by the tables Area covered by the fusing machine Area covered by the band knife machine Area covered by the end bit racks Area covered by the remnant racks Area covered by the quality checking tables Area covered by the bundling and ticketing tables Office area Total area Total area with 20 % allowance for walking and storing auxiliary items 200 sq ft 1142.41 sq ft 1370.892 sq ft 83.14 sq ft 15.33 sq ft 7.62 sq ft 41.57 sq ft 618.62 sq ft 103.96 sq ft 72.17 sq ft

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Sewing department – Area covered by the sewing floor Office area Total area Total area with 20 % allowance for walking and storing auxiliary items Finishing department – Area covered by the washing machine Area covered by the hydro extractor Area covered by the tumble dryer Area covered by the pressing machine Area covered by the boiler Area covered by the inspection tables Area covered by the sewing machine Area of metal detector Area of packaging tables Office area Total area Total area with 20 % allowance for walking and storing auxiliary items 16.70 sq ft 33.21 sq ft 32.22 sq ft 5.77 sq ft 265.23 sq ft 200 sq ft 658.585 sq ft 790.21 sq ft 34.86 sq ft 24.548 sq ft 18.937 sq ft 27.115 sq ft 3154.98 sq ft 200 sq ft 3354.98 sq ft 4025.976 sq ft

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Printing and embroidery department Printing department area Embroidery department area Total area Total area with 20% allowance for walking and storing auxiliary items 1870 sq ft 1200 sq ft 3070 sq ft 3684 sq ft

Sampling and cad departmentArea of sampling department Area of CAD department Total area Total area with 20% allowance for walking and storing auxiliary items 3700 sq ft 96 sq ft 3796 sq ft 4555.2 sq ft

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Auxiliary departmentsReception area Merchandizing and marketing HR Finance and accounts IE Quality assurance Design Administrative PPC Canteen Total area Total area with 20 % allowance for walking etc. 100 sq ft 200 sq ft 150 sq ft 200 sq ft 200 sq ft 100 sq ft 200 sq ft 300 sq ft 200 sq ft 50 sq ft 1700 sq ft 2040 sq ft

AuxiliaryThe auxiliary block consists of various departments such as merchandizing, marketing, PPC ,HR ,financial accounts,IE,Production,Design,Reception area and etc.these consist of the offices where the various personnel perform their job. The offices only consist of working desks and desktops for performing the job. Each workspace is separate by a cabin wall. Preferably each cabin space must be ergonomically of 2 cu meters.

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