Process Flow Chart of Garments Manufacturing | Sequence of Garments Production Process

Introduction:
The ready made garment manufacturing processing depends on some steps and techniques.The clothing creation running actions and methods included in the developing outfits for the huge of creation in company time frame for company reasons is known as outfits developing technologies. Garments plants are identified according to their item kinds are as follows: Garments Factory are classified with some dept.
Garment factory
  1. Woven Garment Factory.
  2. Knit Garments factory
  3. Sweater Garments Factory
Garments Production Process: 
Stepwise garments manufacturing sequence on industrial basis is given below:

Design / Sketch

Pattern Design

Sample Making

Production Pattern

Grading

Marker Making

Spreading

Cutting

Sorting/Bundling

Sewing/Assembling

Inspection

Pressing/ Finishing

Final Inspection

Packing

Despatch

Operation of Garments Manufacturing are given below in details:
SL No.
Operation
Job
Method

01

Design/Sketch
It is given by buyers to manufacturers  containing sketches including measurements of particular  styles

Manual/Computerized

02

Basic Block
Basic block is an individual component of garments without any style of design (without Allowance, Style, Design)

Manual/Computerized

03
Working Pattern
When a pattern is made for a particular style with net dimension regarding the basic block along with allowance then it is called working pattern.

Manual/Computerized

04
Sample Garments
To make a sample, this will be approved by buyer. After making a sample, it is sent to buyer for approval to rectify the faults

Manual

05
Approved Sample
After rectify the faults, sample is again sent to buyers. If it is ok then , then it is called approved sample

Manual

06

Costing
  • Fabric Costing
  • Making Charged
  • Trimmings
  • Profit

Manual
07
Production Pattern
Making allowance with net dimension for bulk production
Manual/Computerized
08
Grading
If the buyer requires different sizes, so should be grade as S, M, L, XL, XXL
Manual/Computerized

09
Marker Making
Marker is a thin paper which contains all the components for different sizes for a particular style of garments

Manual/Computerized
10
Fabric Spreading
To spread the fabrics on table properly for cutting
Manual/Computerized
11
Cutting
To cut fabric according to marker dimension
Manual/Computerized
12
Sorting & Bundling
Sort out the fabric according to size and for each size make in individual bundles
Manual
13
Sewing
To assemble a full garments
Manual

14

Ironing & Finishing
After sewing we will get a complete garment which is treated with steam ironing & also several finishing processes are done for example extra loose thread cutting

Manual
15
Inspection
Should be approved as initial sample
Manual
16
Packing
Treated by Polyethylene bag
Manual
17
Cartooning
After packing, it should be placed In cartooning for export
Manual
18
Despatching
Ready for export
Manual

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Mazharul Islam Kiron is a textile consultant and researcher on online business promotion. He is working with one European textile machinery company as a country agent. He is also a contributor of Wikipedia.


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