Why We Used 10000000 During Centimeter Based Knit Fabric Consumption Calculation
Why We Used 10000000 During Centimeter Based Knit Fabric Consumption Calculation?
When I was an trainee merchandiser, I faced this type of problem that, why we will use 10000000 during centimeter based knit fabric consumption calculation in clothing industry. Not just me, there’s so many, who still don’t know the correct explanation of that.
Sometimes, you will get the wrong information from your seniors (Few Seniors) regarding this issue, sometimes they will avoid you when you will ask this question. I had faced several times these situations when i wanted to clear my mind regarding this types of topics form my seniors. Today I will provide you the correct explanation for such kinds of problem. I think it will be very helpful for you. I hope you will help your juniors in future regarding the tricky tips like these.
Explanation for the problem that “why we will use 10000000 during centimeter based knit fabric consumption calculation” is in the following:
The basic formula for centimeter based knit fabric consumption calculation is-
= (Body length + sleeve length+ Allowance) cm × (Chest width + Allowance) cm × 2 × GSM .… (1)
At first we have to think that, as we have needed the fabric consumption quantity in kg unit and the fabric GSM (Grams per square meter) is in square meter, so we have to convert all the lengths (Body length, Sleeve length and Chest width) into square meter. As a result we will divide both of the parts (Body length+ Sleeve length) and Chest width by 100 for each (we know, 1m= 100cm).
Now, the above formula (1) will show as the following-
Now, after converting, it’s seen that all the units are in gram per square meter.
So, here dividing the formula (2) by 1000, we can easily get the fabric quantity in kg unit (we know, 1kg = 1000gm)
So, the above formula (2) will show as the following-
So, it’s the explanation that why we will use 10000000 during centimeter based knit fabric consumption calculation.
Merchandiser at Fashion Xpress Buying House.
Badda, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
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