Flow Chart of Garments Manufacturing Process

Flow Chart of Garments Manufacturing Process

Garments Manufacturing:

A complete garment has to face several processes from its order receiving to shipment. During garments manufacturing, a process flow chart must be needed to complete an order easily. Also, a process flow chart helps to understand a garment manufacturing method that how the raw materials are converted into wearable garments.

 Garments Manufacturing Process

Garments Manufacturing Process

Flow Chart of Garments Manufacturing Process / Technology:

A basic garment manufacturing flow chart is presented below:

Design

Pattern Making

Fit Sample Making

Production Pattern Making

Grading

Marker Making

Fabric Spreading

Fabric Cutting

Cutting Parts Sorting or Bundling

Sewing

Garments Inspection

Garments Ironing and Finishing

Final Inspection

Garments Packing

Cartooning

Shipment

Each process of garments manufacturing flow chart is discussed in the below with the details:

1. Design:
Design is provided by the buyer. After placing an order buyer send the technical sheet and art-work of an order to the merchandiser. This process is done both manually or by using the computer.

2. Pattern Making:
By following the technical sheet and art-work, the pattern of each garment style should be made. It’s done both manually and by using a computerized method.

3. Fit Sample Making:
The main target of making a fit sample is to follow the detailed instruction about the style of that garment. After making it’s sent to the buyer to rectify. It’s done manually.

4. Production Pattern Making:
For bulk production, allowance is added here with net dimension. Production Pattern Making is done both manually and by using the computer.

5. Grading:
During an order confirmation, the buyer suggests the size ratio of that order. So that order should be graded according to the buyer’s instruction. Grading is done manually or by using the computer.

6. Marker Making:
Marker is a very thin paper that contains all the parts of a particular garment. To make the cutting process easy, it’s must be needed. Marker making process can be done both manually and by using the computer.

7. Fabric Spreading:
To cut the fabric properly fabric is spread inlay form. Fabric Spreading is done manually or by using a computerized method.

8. Fabric Cutting:
Fabrics have to cut here according to the marker of garments. The fabric Cutting process is done by using a manual method or computerized method.

9. Cutting Parts Sorting or Bundling:
Here, cutting parts have to sort out or make bundling to send these easily into the next process. This process is done manually.

10. Sewing:
All the parts of a garment are joined here to make a complete garment. The sewing process is done manually.

11. Garments Inspection:
After completing sewing, inspection should be done here to make fault free garments. Garments Inspection is done by using the manual method.

12. Garments Ironing and Finishing:
Here garments are treated by steam; also required finishing should be completed here. This process is done by using the manual method.

13. Final Inspection:
Finally, the complete garments are inspected here according to the buyer’s specification. Final Inspection is done by manual method.

14. Garments Packing:
Complete garments are packed here by using the buyer’s instructed poly bag. Garments packing are done by using the manual method.

15. Cartooning:
To minimize the damages of garments, all the garments have to cartooned by maintaining buyers’ instruction. This process is done manually.

16. Shipment:
After completing all the required processes it’s finally sent to the buyer.

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