1、 Cloth inspection

Before cutting, check the quantity and quality of fabric, mark or cut off some defects that do not meet the requirements of garment production, to avoid the loss of manpower and material resources in cutting and sewing.

(1) Check the quantity, check the batch number, product name, and quantity of the fabric according to the production notice, check whether the seals on both ends of the fabric are complete, and make records. The review method can be divided into cloth packaging and cloth measurement.

(2) Quality inspection is to inspect the color difference, weft skew, defects, and other quality problems in raw materials. If the weft slope of cloth exceeds the allowable deviation, it should be corrected manually or by machine before cutting.

2、 Preshrinking

In garment production, there will be fabric retraction. Therefore, to eliminate these factors, the following pre-shrinking methods can be used:

  1. After the fabric is tested, it is placed in a relaxed state without piling pressure and tension for 24 hours to make the fabric retract naturally.
  2. Wet water preshrinking is necessary for some fabrics with shrinkage exceeding the standard and natural fibers such as cotton. As the garment is produced in batch, it can be leveled and dried by spraying water to achieve pre shrinkage.
  3. According to the fabric shrinkage measured by the technical department and the sample provided, the sample pre shrinkage is trial produced in a small batch. Through the large-scale production of cutting, sewing, ironing, and other external pressure and the effect of hot and humid factors, check whether the specification and the pre shrinkage in the sample are accurate. If necessary, adjust the pre shrinkage in the sample according to the trial production situation.

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