Operation Breakdown and SMV of Cargo Short Pant with Bone Pocket

Operation Breakdown and SMV of Cargo Short Pant with Bone Pocket

Bone pocket making is the most critical operation for a pant, normally it makes manually by lockstitch machine but nowadays an automatic machine is used. This operation breakdown for their factory who APW machine in their facilities. Two bone pocket set in the backside of pant and cargo pocket in side-seam position. A good practice is to follow size wise SMV for garments because the size-wise operation can be bigger or smaller. Here in this article, I will share different sizewise Operation Breakdown and SMV of Cargo Short Pant with Bone Pocket.

Operation Breakdown and SMV of Cargo Short Pant with Bone Pocket

Operation Breakdown and SMV of Cargo Short Pant with Bone Pocket
Serial Operation Description Aux Size wise SMV
Size_30 Size_32 Size_33 Size_34 Size_36 Size_38 Size_40 Size_42 Size_44 Size_46 Size_48
1 Small part input Pkt 0.8 0.152 0.152 0.152 0.152 0.152 0.152 0.152 0.152 0.152 0.152 0.152
2 Atach2 vlcro to c PKT Flp 1 0.42 0.42 0.42 0.4375 0.4375 0.4375 0.46 0.46 0.46 0.46 0.46
3 Crease Cargo Pkt Flap 1 0.92 0.92 0.92 0.92 0.92 0.92 0.94 0.94 0.94 0.94 0.94
4 Form & Top sts  Cargo Flp 1.2 0.92 0.92 0.92 0.92 0.93 0.93 0.93 0.95 0.95 0.95 0.95
5 Set lbl to C.flap 1 0.22 0.22 0.22 0.22 0.24 0.24 0.24 0.26 0.26 0.26 0.26
6 Hem chess pkt 1 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23
7 Input Fly and Zipper 0.8 0.1025 0.1025 0.1025 0.1025 0.1025 0.1025 0.1025 0.1025 0.1025 0.1025 0.1025
8 Serge Left Fly 1.2 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.12 0.12 0.12 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.15
9 Attach Zipper to Left Fly 1.2 0.24 0.24 0.24 0.24 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.26 0.26 0.26 0.26
10 1N Hem Rt Fly 1 0.12 0.12 0.12 0.12 0.12 0.12 0.12 0.14 0.14 0.14 0.14
11 Fold & atach r/fly with l/fly 1 0.28 0.28 0.28 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.32 0.32 0.33
12 Set bone facing to bk w pkt 1.4 0.28 0.28 0.28 0.28 0.28 0.28 0.28 0.28 0.28 0.28 0.28
13 Set Facing to Wht Pkt 1.5 0.65 0.65 0.65 0.65 0.65 0.65 0.65 0.65 0.65 0.65 0.65
14 Close Wht Pkt 1.4 0.27 0.27 0.27 0.27 0.27 0.27 0.275 0.275 0.275 0.275 0.275
15 Tack Wht Pkt 1 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2
16 Run & Ts 1/4 cargo pkt 0.9 1.27 1.27 1.27 1.27 1.28 1.28 1.28 1.29 1.29 1.29 1.29
17 1N Hem cargo pkt 0.8 0.55 0.55 0.55 0.55 0.55 0.55 0.56 0.56 0.56 0.56 0.56
18 Atach velco to Cargo Pkt 0.8 0.44 0.44 0.44 0.44 0.44 0.44 0.44 0.44 0.44 0.44 0.44
19 Crease cargo pkt 1 0.586 0.586 0.586 0.586 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.62 0.62 0.62 0.62
20 1N Set front pkt 1.8 0.58 0.58 0.58 0.58 0.58 0.6 0.6 0.62 0.62 0.62 0.62
21 Set Front Pkt 1 0.68 0.68 0.68 0.68 0.68 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.72 0.72 0.72
22 Set Lf Fly 1 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.23 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.28 0.28 0.28 0.3
23 J-Stitch Fly 0.89 0.32 0.32 0.32 0.32 0.34 0.34 0.34 0.37 0.37 0.38 0.38
24 Set Rt Fly and Join Crotch 1.3 0.54 0.54 0.54 0.56 0.56 0.57 0.57 0.585 0.585 0.6 0.6
25 1N Tack Front Pkt 1 0.66 0.66 0.66 0.66 0.68 0.68 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.72 0.72
26 Tack fly & label 0.85 0.254 0.254 0.254 0.254 0.254 0.254 0.254 0.254 0.254 0.254 0.254
27 1N Tack care label 1 0.33 0.33 0.33 0.33 0.33 0.33 0.33 0.33 0.35 0.35 0.35
28 2N TS  front plate 1.4 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.518 0.518 0.518 0.52 0.52 0.52 0.52
29 Cut thread FP 0.75 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2
30 Input Fnt,Bk part & Wht pkt 1 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.15
31 Pleat to back panel 0.8 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.62 0.62 0.62 0.63 0.63
32 1N middle TS side pkt 0.8 0.64 0.64 0.64 0.66 0.66 0.66 0.68 0.68 0.68 0.7 0.7
33 2N bone pocket make 1 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63
34 Fullfell Seatseam 1.4 0.36 0.36 0.36 0.36 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.4 0.4 0.42 0.42
35 Set upr bon facing bk pkt 0.8 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3
36 Close bk wht pkt 1.4 0.57 0.57 0.57 0.57 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.61 0.61 0.61 0.63
37 Lower bone top sts 1 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.82 0.82 0.82 0.84 0.84 0.85 0.85 0.87
38 Upper bone top sts 1 0.68 0.68 0.68 0.68 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.74 0.74 0.76 0.76
39 2N TS back panel 1 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.62 0.62 0.62 0.62 0.64 0.64 0.64
40 Tack bk wht pkt 1 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.32 0.32 0.32 0.32
41 Tack Hip Pkt 1 0.26 0.26 0.26 0.26 0.26 0.26 0.26 0.28 0.28 0.28 0.28
42 Insert care label 0.6 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2
43 Safety Stitch Outseam 1 0.68 0.68 0.68 0.68 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.72 0.72 0.74 0.74
44 TopStitch Outseam 1.2 0.54 0.54 0.54 0.54 0.56 0.56 0.56 0.58 0.58 0.6 0.6
45 Input Cargo pkt,Flap,Wst Bnd 0.8 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.22 0.22 0.22 0.22 0.24 0.24
46 2N top sts cell pkt 1 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.32 0.32 0.32 0.34 0.34 0.34
47 tack cell welt pkt 1 0.55 0.55 0.55 0.55 0.57 0.57 0.57 0.59 0.59 0.6 0.6
48 Mark Cargo Pkt 0.8 0.28 0.28 0.28 0.28 0.28 0.28 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3
49 Set Crgo Pkt Flp & mbl pkt 1.9 1 1 1 1.02 1.02 1.02 1.04 1.04 1.04 1.06 1.06
50 1N set cell pocket 1.3 0.6995 0.6995 0.6995 0.6995 0.715 0.715 0.715 0.735 0.735 0.75 0.75
51 2N Set Cargo pkt 1.8 1.72 1.72 1.72 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.8 1.8 1.85 1.85
52 Tack Cargo,Mbl Pkt & Flap 1.1 0.62 0.62 0.62 0.62 0.64 0.64 0.64 0.64 0.64 0.64 0.64
53  waist bnd join to body 1.02 0.88 0.88 0.88 0.88 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.92 0.92 0.94 0.94
54 Stay sts waist band 1 0.66 0.66 0.66 0.66 0.68 0.68 0.68 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.72
55 1/4 Round stay sts waistband 1 0.77 0.77 0.77 0.77 0.77 0.79 0.79 0.79 0.81 0.81 0.81
56 Cut thread WB 0.8 0.245 0.245 0.245 0.245 0.245 0.245 0.245 0.245 0.245 0.245 0.245
57 TS waistband 1 0.69 0.69 0.69 0.72 0.72 0.72 0.72 0.74 0.74 0.77 0.77
58 Finish Band End 1 0.62 0.62 0.62 0.62 0.62 0.64 0.64 0.64 0.64 0.64 0.64
59 Safety Stitch Inseam 1.4 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.52 0.52 0.52 0.55 0.55
60 Body Turning 0.8 0.175 0.175 0.175 0.175 0.175 0.175 0.175 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2
61 2 N Hem Bottom 1 0.78 0.78 0.78 0.78 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.82 0.82 0.84 0.84
62 Make Loop 0.85 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.13 0.13 0.13 0.13 0.13 0.15 0.15 0.15
63 Waist tack band end 0.89 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.27 0.27 0.27 0.29 0.29 0.31 0.31
64 Tack loop 1.8 0.57 0.57 0.57 0.64 0.64 0.64 0.64 0.64 0.75 0.75 0.75
65 Tack Front Pkt & crotch 1 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4
66 Sew Eyelet Hole 1 0.12 0.12 0.12 0.12 0.12 0.12 0.14 0.14 0.14 0.14 0.14
Total SMV 31.624 31.624 31.624 31.9215 32.329 32.479 32.7265 33.3285 33.5885 33.9785 34.0685

Operation Breakdown and SMV of Cargo Short Pant with Bone Pocket excel

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Inventory Management in Apparel Industry

Inventory Management in Apparel Industry

Management of inventory is not an easy task; you need to be careful when you work with inventory management. Textile and garments industry is huge in terms of volume of production as the demand for clothes is increasing day by day. In an apparel industry, you may have to keep inventory in different forms. It can be of raw materials or finished goods. Because of the extra burden of improper inventory planning every year apparel industry incurring a huge cost which ultimately decreasing the profitability of that company. Sometimes they lost their price competitiveness because of poor inventory management. I was talking with a manager of renowned garments, he told me that because of improper inventory management system we had too much wastage or damaged inventory. Which ultimately decreases our profit margin. Now we are concern about it and trying to develop a good inventory management system. Here in this article, I will try to give you a general guideline of how you can ensure a good inventory management in apparel industry.

Inventory Management in Apparel Industry

List of Inventories in Textile and Garments Industry

  1. Raw Materials (Yarn, Dyes Chemicals, Packing Materials, Trims and Accessories etc.)
  2. Semi Processed Materials (Gray Fabric)
  3. Finished Goods (Garments Products)

 General Guidelines of Inventory Management in Apparel Industry

  1. First of all, you can calculate economic order quantity (EOQ), but here the problem is to determine the annual demand. It is too tough but if you were doing business for many years and you have all your previous year demand records then you can decide what will be the future demand. All you have to do is to increase the value of demand with the annual growth of your business. Here economic order quantity indicates a specific order quantity where the total cost of ordering and storing is minimum.

EOQ in Apparel Industry

Example: Suppose last few years your annual demand of a particular material was 200 MT. And with the increase in your production, this demand is increasing by 20%. So for next year, you can assume that your annual demand will be 200 + (200 x 20%) = 240 MT.

  1. Calculate reorder point: Place order when inventory stock reaches to a particular level.
  2. Calculate lead time and make a decision: Calculate how much time is required to place an order and receiving those goods to the factory.
  3. The requirement of safety stock of investors: Identify is there any requirement of keeping safety stock or not. If safety stock is required then how much should we keep is to be determined.
  4. Whether there are any materials you can deliver real-time basis or not. If it is possible for some raw materials then please make a list of it.
  5. A proper record should be kept both manual (bin card, registry book), and computer-based database.
  6. Every issues and receive must be recorded properly
  7. Ensure a good warehouse condition for inventories so that no bug can spoil your valuable materials.
  8. Proper inventory valuation method needs to be used and keep records of all valuation data
  9. Inventories of different level should be kept in separate room or areas so it is not mixed-up
  10. One most important thing is, overproduction will create an extra burden of selling and unsold items will occupy our store. Management of this inventory will be extra work. So proper planning is required to ensure the production of the right quantity, not over not under.

If you want to learn details calculations of different inventory management tools then please let me know. I will try to provide you detail clarification with examples.

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Md. Nahian Mahmud Shaikat

Buyer Job Description: Responsibilities of Buyer

Buyer Job Description

Before discussing buyer job description lets have an idea of who is a buyer. A buyer is a person or a company who is responsible for buying required product or services for their own use or for reselling. In other words, a buyer is an entity which actually sources and buys a solution for a particular problem. Here in this article, I will discuss the roles and responsibilities of buyers and what qualities will be required to become a good buyer.

Buyer Job Description

Responsibilities of a Buyer

In a buyer job description, you may find several responsibilities are mentioned. If you want to become a professional buyer for a company, then you must perform the following responsibilities:

  1. Sourcing/ buying the right products as per the requirement of the company.
  2. Continuously monitoring market demand and supply for your required products.
  3. Negotiate with supplier/ manufacturer to get the product with the best price.
  4. Make procurement contract with the supplier as per future demand, the contract can be long term or short term which is based on product type.
  5. Communicate with sales/ Production manager about their requirements.
  6. Submit a report to the top management of an organization where you are working as a buyer.
  7. Work for developing a good supply chain so that you can buy your required product easily.
  8. Analyzing each and every buying opportunities available for a particular situation.
  9. Place purchase order to the seller of a particular product or services
  10. Estimate future buying needs of your company.
  11. Follow up buying process and update the buying status of your product.
  12. Collecting sample product and analyze them in terms of price, quality, and availability for different suppliers and then make a buying decision.
  13. Develop and maintain a buying database were you need to keep records of every buying product and update a status of every requisition placed by the different department.
  14. Check and verify all the required specification of purchased products.

Job Description of Garments Buyer

As a garments buyer basically we mean, person or company buying bulk quantity of garments products from the manufacturers or suppliers. But this is not only applicable to buying garments products but also buying is required for the manufacturers of garments product. A manufacturer needs to source yarn, fabric, trims and accessories, a coloring agent, printing materials, packing materials etc. All these buying requirements are fulfilled by the procurement department of a garments factory.

Job Description of Buyer of Garments Seller

As a garments product seller, you may purchase products for your own retails store to sell it to the other selling agents. A commonly used garments buyer job description includes:

  • You will be responsible for sourcing garments from around the world or locally.
  • Sourcing should be done from a quality manufacturer or your company nominated suppliers.
  • Negotiate with the supplier for sells terms and conditions and buying price.
  • Conduct audit in garments factory as a garments buyer, which is commonly known as the buyer’s audit.
  • You are responsible for ensuring 100% quality requirement made by the company.
  • Collecting garments sample and evaluate accordingly
  • Place buying order for bulk quantity and follow up the production and receiving process.

Job Description of Buyer of Garments Manufacturer

If you are a garments manufacturer, then for your garments factory you must source your raw materials from local or international sources. As a buyer, you are responsible to purchase all the necessary item for your company and buyer job description may include:

  • You will be responsible to find out all prospective suppliers from local and international.
  • Identify which supplier will be good for our buying of raw materials. Here good in terms of quality, cost, availability and lead time.
  • Collect sample, evaluate and finally buy the product (yarn, fabric, dyes chemicals, trims, and accessories) from the suppliers.
  • Develop a good supply chain for buying textile and garments materials.

Qualities of a Good Buyer

As a good buyer, you need to have 6 different types of qualities and skills. Following qualities may include in buyer job description which is expected by the employer.

  1. Negotiation Skills
  2. Adequate Product Knowledge
  3. Proper Understanding of Market
  4. Good Communication Skills
  5. Ability to Buildup Link
  6. Analytical Ability

Qualities of a Good Buyer

Negotiation Skills

Negotiation skills are the topmost priority given quality required for the buyer. Because the employer believes that a good negotiation will help to get the least price for the product. In general, a buyer negotiates with the seller with the price and quality. If you want to become a good negotiator, then you must acquire some key negotiation qualities. Garments buyers give more focus on negotiation as they purchase bulk amount and manufacturer/ supplier has less bargaining power.

Adequate Product Knowledge

As a buyer when you want to buy a product you should have proper knowledge of that particular product. So that you can buy the right product, the right quantity at a right price. Product knowledge is all about knowing, where this product is available, how many suppliers deal with this product, how much it can cost and finally how to evaluate its quality.

Proper Understanding of Market

Understanding market demand and supply will be helpful to make buying decision and negotiation. As a good buyer, you always choose the source or time where the product price is low. Always keep in mind local and international market so that you can compare the cost associated with the sourcing of that product and choose the right decision.

Good Communication Skills

As a price negotiator, you must have the quality of effective communication. Buyers communicate with suppliers or sellers through the mail, phone call, or direct visit (face to face communication). So where to use which language you should know and how an effective buying is to be done through right communication skills you need to be aware.

Ability to Build up Link

Here link building means, building your supply chain (procurement channel). If you successfully build up your own channel/link, then it will be easy for you to purchase a right product with giving minimum efforts with maximum benefit.

Analytical Ability

This skill is required to evaluate the suppliers whether they are giving right products or not, whether they are charging an accepted market price or not. A good analytical skill will help you to analyze the market and buying decision making.

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Operation Breakdown and SMV of Trouser

Operation Breakdown and SMV of Trouser

Very commonly manufacturing product is trouser in knit garments, generally made by fleece fabric or single jersey, popular clothing in this generation.  Trouser sewing total SMV is 8.13 in knit garments. Here in this article, I am going to share Operation Breakdown and SMV of Trouser with all necessary data.

Operation Breakdown and SMV of Trouser
NO OPERATION M/C S.M.V TGT MAN REQ MAN ALCT Plan Work Station 
1 Front Rise Take with stripe match SNL 0.3 200 0.81 1 1
2 Front Rise Join 5OL 0.32 188 0.87 0.5 1
3 Back Rise Join 5OL 0.32 188 0.87 1 1
4 Front Rise Ts& Fly Shape Stitching W/Deco SNL 0.45 133 1.22 1 1
5 Care Label Attach SNL 0.15 400 0.41 0.5 1
6 Front & back Sticker Match MNL 0.25 240 0.68 1 1
7 Side Seam Join (Long) 5OL 0.7 86 1.89 2 2
8 Inseam Join (Long) 5OL 0.5 120 1.35 1.5 1
9 Elastic Open & Give Steam MNL 0.15 400 0.41 0.5 1
10 Elastic Measure & Cut MNL 0.12 500 0.32 0.5
11 Elastic Ring Make &Tk SNL 0.2 300 0.54 0.5 1
13 Elastic Mark For Attach MNL 0.2 300 0.54 0.5
12 Mark Hole Position & Sew BH 0.25 240 0.68 1 1
14 Waist Belt Join 4OL 0.5 120 1.35 1 1
15 Elastic Fold &Tk SNL 0.4 150 1.08 1 1
16 Waist Belt Ts KS 0.6 100 1.62 1 1
17 Drawstring Measure & Cut MNL 0.12 500 0.32 0.5 1
18 Insert Drawstring & Middling MNL 0.6 100 1.62 2 2
19 Drawstring Btk BT 0.35 171 0.95 0.5 1
20 Drawstring Mid Btk & Cross Btk BT 0.35 171 0.95 1 1
21 Bottom Hem DNL 0.6 100 1.62 2 2
22 Thread Trimming W/Waist Tk Remove MNL 0.7 86 1.89 1.5 1
Total 8.13   22 22 23

Operation Breakdown and SMV of Trouser

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Summary of Trouser SMV and Operation Bulletin

Summary of Trouser SMV and Operation Bulletin
Inline S.M.V
SEWING 5.99
MANUAL 2.14
IRON 0
TOTAL 8.13
Man level 22
Tact time 0.37
100% Tgt/h 162
75% Tgt/h 122
65% Tgt/h 106
Machine Type Requisition
5OL 5
4OL 1
SNL 4
DNL 2
KS 1
BT 2
FL 0
BH 1
Total 15.5
Manpower Requisition
Operator 15.5
Iron Man
MANUAL 6
Total 21.5

Summary of Trouser SMV and operation bulletin

Operation Breakdown and SMV of Trouser excel

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Roles of Industrial Engineering in Garments Factory

Roles of Industrial Engineering in Garments Factory

Industrial engineering (IE) plays a vital role in the apparel industry, that’s why Industrial engineering job roles are very important for garments factory. When we need to reduce cost and improve work efficiency in this competitive era, the apparel industry hires an Industrial Engineer to do that job smartly. Apparel manufacturing industry is growing quickly by applying IE in their facility. I this article I am giving a list of IE activities in garments factory which will help you to understand the Roles of Industrial Engineering in Garments Factory.

Roles of Industrial Engineering in Garments Factory

Objectives of Industrial Engineering (IE) in the Apparel Industry

  1. To increase productivity
  2. Process improvement by motion reducing.
  3. Reduce work in process (WIP) and remove the bottleneck.
  4. Increase efficiency of operations
  5. Reduce man machine ratio
  6. Process improvement to reduce cost, waste and rejection Reduce wastage and defects
  7. Fill up Key Performance Indicator (KPI) target.
  8. Keep workplace and environment safe
  9. Production planning and implementation
  10. Evaluate operator and staff performance, disciplinary matters, training needs, and their career development.
  11. Set the target and make a draft, layout design of the machine requirement, material flow, and workstation to bring the best possible efficiency. Modern tools are used to design of the layout.
  12. Monitor factory performance in terms of quality, delivery, cost-efficiency and target improvements with the internal factory team and taking necessary corrective action.
  13. Manpower balancing, target setting, and monitoring achievements.

Daily Activities and Duties of an Industrial Engineer in the Apparel Industry

  1. Collect line loading plan from the Planning Department
  2. Attend in Pre-Production (PP) meeting
  3. Collect size set sample and make operation bulletin accordingly.
  4. Collect Operation Bulletin and make a paper layout
  5. Discuss with Maintenance in-charge regarding machine, folder, attachment and Technical personnel for technical issues.
  6. Make discussion with a floor in-charge about layout according to paper layout
  7. Check Daily Non-productive time (NPT) and reduce machine breakdown time.
  8. Make layout according to paper layout
  9. Make line balancing according to target and capacity study during 2 – 3 days of layout
  10. Find out the bottleneck process and solve it
  11. If needed make 1-hour production study in required process
  12. Everyday input and output monitoring
  13. Give daily production target and follow up production achievement.
  14. Hourly production follow-up
  15. Everyday 5S related activities monitoring
  16. Cross check thread consumption for every new style.
  17. Ensure up to 65%-70% efficiency.
  18. Workstation design
  19. Operators motion development by correcting faulty motion.
  20. Reduce worker absenteeism and turnover rate
  21. 5 pcs flow by reducing WIP
  22. Reduce line setting time or throughput time.
  23. Proper utilization of manpower by reducing unnecessary helping process.
  24. Establish a meeting in-between QC and operators regarding critical points of the style while layout.
  25. Prepare daily Man/ Machine report
  26. Developing cut to ship ratio.
  27. Work to reduce absenteeism and operator turnover

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A.M. Amirul Islam (Washim)
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Operation breakdown and SMV Polo Shirt

Operation breakdown and SMV Polo Shirt

Polo shirt is a special type of shirt which has a collar and a placket with two or three buttons, different from a T-shirt, also have a pocket. Polo is also made of knit fabric like T-shirt but different types of design. Total SMV of Polo Shirt is 10.39. This operation breakdown includes a list of operation, machine list, SMV of every single operation, the production target of polo shirt manufacturing in the sewing section. Hopefully, after reading this article you will have an idea of detail Operation breakdown and SMV Polo Shirt.

Operation breakdown and SMV Polo Shirt

Operation Breakdown and SMV Polo Shirt
NO OPERATION M/C S.M.V TGT MAN REQ MAN ALCT Plan Work Station
1 CARE LABEL CUT, ARRANGE & ATT SNL 0.35 171 0.98 1 1
2 PLACKET & BODY STICKER MATCH MNL 0.12 500 0.33 0.5 1
3 PLACKET ROLLING & MARK SNL 0.35 171 0.98 1 1
4 PLACKET ATTACH SNL 0.42 143 1.17 1 1
5 PLACKET SCISSORING & NOSE TACK SNL 0.32 188 0.89 1 1
6 BK MOON IRON IRN 0.32 188 0.89 1 1
7 MAIN & SIZE LABEL ATTACH SNL 0.4 150 1.12 1 1
8 MOON ATTACH SNL 0.35 171 0.98 1 1
9 FRT & BK STICKER MATCH MNL 0.15 400 0.42 0.5 1
10 SHOULDER JOIN & cut OL 0.3 200 0.84 1 1
11 COLLAR  SERVICING OL 0.2 300 0.56 1 1
12 COLLAR MARK MNL 0.15 400 0.42
13 COLLAR ATT W/BK TAPE SNL 0.37 162 1.03 1 1
14 BK TAPE TS SNL 0.33 182 0.92 1 1
15 LOWER PLACKET CLOSE SNL 0.22 273 0.61 0.5 1
16 UPPER PLACKET TS SNL 0.2 300 0.56 0.5
17 PLACKET BOX SNL 0.4 150 1.12 1 1
18 CUFF JOIN OL 0.4 150 1.12 1 1
19 CUFF TS FL 0.27 222 0.75 0.5 1
20 Slv Pair Match MNL 0.15 400 0.42 1 1
21 Slv& Body Sticker Match MNL 0.25 240 0.7
22 SLEEVE JOIN OL 0.42 143 1.17 1 1
23 ARMHOLE TS FL 0.32 188 0.89 1 1
24 BTM HEM FL 0.32 188 0.89 1 1
25 SIDE SPLIT TK SNL 0.27 222 0.75 1 1
26 SIDE SPLIT ROLLING BY TS SNL 0.5 120 1.4 1.5 2
27 SIDE SEAM OL 0.57 105 1.59 1.5 2
28 SLEEVE OPEN & CLOSE TK & RAW EDGE TK SNL 0.45 133 1.26 1 1
29 SEW BTN HOLE BH 0.3 200 0.84 1 1
30 BTN ATTACH POSITION MARK MNL 0.15 400 0.42 0.5 1
31 BTN ATTACH BA 0.27 222 0.75 1 2
32 BTN PUSH MNL 0.2 300 0.56 0.5 2
33 STICKER REMOVE (4) MNL 0.15 400 0.42 0.5 1
34 FINAL THREAD CUT MNL 0.45 133 1.26 1 1
 Total   10.39   29 29 35

Summary of Operation Breakdown and SMV Polo Shirt

Summary of Operation breakdown and SMV Polo Shirt
Inline S.M.V
SEWING 8.3
MANUAL 1.77
IRON 0.32
TOTAL 10.39
Man level 29
Pitch time 0.358
100% Tgt/h 167
75% Tgt/h 126
70% Tgt/h 117
Machine type Requisition
OL 6
SNL 14
VT 0
BA 1
BH 1
FL 3
BT 0
Total 24
Manpower Requisition
Operator 24
Iron Man  0
MANUAL 5
Total 29

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Operation Breakdown and SMV of T-shirt of Knit Garments

Operation Breakdown and SMV of T-shirt of Knit Garments

T-shirt named for its T shape, collarless and short sleeves. Generally, a T-shirt made by light cotton fabrics, very comfortable to wear, casual wearing dress. A T-shirt is more comfortable than Polo shirt, male and female both can wear it. This article is all about T-shirt manufacturing, operation breakdown of T-shirt. Total SMV of T-shirt is 8.41. From this article, you will know, list of operation, machine list, SMV of every single operation, the production target of T-shirt manufacturing in the sewing section. So, let’s have a look at Operation Breakdown and SMV of T-shirt of Knit Garments.

Operation Breakdown and SMV of T-shirt of Knit Garments

Operation Breakdown and SMV of T-shirt of Knit Garments
NO OPERATION M/C S.M.V TGT MAN REQ MAN ALCT Plan Work Station 
1 CARE LABEL ATTACH SNL 0.12 500 0.36 0.5 1
2 PLACKET ATTACH POSITION MARK MNL 0.25 240 0.74 0.5 1
3 PLACKET ROLLING & MARK SNL 0.32 188 0.95 1 1
4 PLACKET ATTACH SNL 0.4 150 1.19 1 1
5 PLACKET CUT & NOSE TK SNL 0.27 222 0.8 1 1
6 FRONT & BACK PART MATCH MNL 0.15 400 0.45 0.5 1
7 SHOULDER JOINT 4OL 0.3 200 0.89 1 1
8 NOSE NECK RIB MEASURE & CUT MNL 0.2 300 0.59 0.5 1
9 NOSE NECK RIB TK WITH BODY SNL 0.32 188 0.95 1 1
10 NOSE NECK RIB JOIN 4OL 0.32 188 0.95 1 1
11 NECK TS FL 0.25 240 0.74 0.5 1
13 PLACKET CLOSE & 1/16 UPPER SNL 0.32 188 0.95 1 1
12 PLACKET CLOSE & 1/16 LOWER SNL 0.32 188 0.95 1 1
14 PLACKET BOX SNL 0.4 150 1.19 1 1
15 NECK PIPING FB 0.23 261 0.68 1 1
16 MAIN LBL ATTACH WITH CORNER FOLD SNL 0.32 188 0.95 1 1
17 SLV HEM FL 0.33 182 0.98 1 1
18 SLEEVE AND BODY MATCH MNL 0.15 400 0.45 1 1
19 SLEEVE JOINT 4OL 0.45 133 1.34 1 1
20 ARMHOLE T/S FL 0.32 188 0.95 1 1
21 SIDE SEAM 4OL 0.7 86 2.08 2 2
22 SLEEVE CLOSE & OPEN TACK SNL 0.37 162 1.1 1 1
22 BODY HEM FL 0.33 182 0.98 1 1
22 BUTTONHOLE BH 0.3 200 0.89 1 1
22 BUTTON ATTACH MARK BS 0.27 222 0.8 1 1
22 BUTTON PUSH MNL 0.2 300 0.59
22 FINAL THREAD CUT & STICKER REMOVE MNL 0.5 120 1.49 1 1
Total 8.41 25 25 27

Here,

  • 5OL – 5 thread overlock
  • 4OL – 4 thread overlock
  • SNL – Single needle lock stitch
  • FB – Flat belt
  • KS – Kansai machine
  • BS – Button stitch m/c
  • FL – Flat lock m/c
  • BH – Button hole m/c
  • M/C – Machine
  • TGT – Target
  • MAN REQ – Man Requirement
  • MAN ALCT – Man Allocation

Summary of T-shirt Operation Bulletin

Summary of T-shirt Operation Bulletin
Inline S.M.V
SEWING 6.96
MANUAL 1.45
IRON 0
TOTAL 8.41
Man level 25
Tact time 0.336
100% Target/hour 178
75% Target/hour 134
65% Target/hour 116
Machine Type Requisition
5OL 0
4OL 5
SNL 10
FB 1
KS 0
BS 1
FL 4
BH 1
Total 21
Manpower Requisition
Operator 21
Iron Man  0
MANUAL 3
Total 24

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Operation Breakdown and SMV of Cargo Pant

Operation Breakdown and SMV of Cargo Pant

Cargo Pant: Cargo Pant is a pant includes cargo pocket, generally loose-fitting, comfortable casual wear. Cargo Pant can be the long and short type of. Here SMV, total SMV found 36.28 which can be varied factory to factory. This data will give you a clear idea about the list of operation of cargo pant and their SMV. For a cargo pant, you may find more process are involved than 5 pocket pant. Hopefully, Operation Breakdown and SMV of Cargo Pant which be helpful for you.

Operation Breakdown and SMV of Cargo Pant
NO OPERATION M/C TYPE Count SMV TARGET 100% Efficiency TARGET 80% Efficiency
FRONT PART
1 FLY FUSING IRN 1 0.25 240 192
2 S/FLY +D/FLY + FNT RISE +SEAM+ FACING SERGING 5 OL 1 0.45 133 107
3 BODY SERIAL + THREAD CUT Helper 1 0.2 300 240
4 SEAM MARK Helper 1 0.3 200 160
5 FACING JOIN WITH PKTING + D/FLY MAKE SNL 1 0.35 171 137
6 SEAM JOIN  WITH PKTING SNL 1 0.35 171 137
7 FNT PKTING  JOIN WITH BODY SNL 1 0.4 150 120
8 FNT PKT MOUTH ROLLING DNL 2 0.5 120 192
9 FNT PKT HORI+VER TACK SNL 1 0.4 150 120
10 FNT PKT BAG O/L 3 OL 1 0.35 171 137
11 PKT BAG TOP 1/4 SNL 1 0.38 158 126
12 S/FLY JOIN + TOP STC SNL 1 0.35 171 137
13 ZIPPER JOIN DNL 1 0.3 200 160
14 J TOP STC WITH MARK DNL 1 0.35 171 137
15 D/FLY JOIN + BODY CLOSE SNL 1 0.4 150 120
16 FNT RISE INSIDE TACK SNL 1 0.5 120 96
17 FNT RISE TOP STC SNL 1 0.55 109 87
18 CARE LABEL MAKE + JOIN WITH WAIST SNL 1 0.25 240 192
19 FNT PART CHECK QC
20 MAKE SECTION
21 FLAP +W/BELT FUSING IRN 1 0.2 300 240
22 REINFORCEMENT CREASING (4 PICS) IRN 4 0.4 150 480
23 FLAP TOP STC SNL 1 0.4 150 120
24 THAI PKT DART MAKE SNL 2 0.35 171 274
25 THAI PKT DART TOP STC SNL 1 0.28 214 171
26 THAI +BK PKT FLAP MAKE SNL 2 0.6 100 160
27 THAI +PKT FLAP TOP 1/4 SNL 2 0.5 120 192
28 THAI PKT O/L 3 OL 1 0.3 200 160
29 THAI PKT+THAI COIN PKT ROLLING SNL 1 0.4 150 120
30 THAI COIN PKT LOOP JOIN+DECO STC SNL 1 0.4 150 120
31 THAI COIN PKT VELCO JOIN VELCRO 1 0.4 150 120
32 THAI  COIN PKT JOIN SNL 1 0.45 133 107
33 BACK PART
34 BK RISE JOIN SNL 2 0.65 92 148
35 BK RISE TOP STC DNL 1 0.62 97 77
36 BK PKT SERGING 5 OL 1 0.55 109 87
37 BK PKT ROLLING SNL 1 0.35 171 137
38 BK PKT+FLAP POSITION MARK Helper 2 0.65 92 148
39 BK PKT JOIN WITH REINFORCEMENT SNL 2 0.4 150 240
40 BK PKT 1/4 SNL 2 0.3 200 320
41 BK PKT PLAP JOIN DNL 1 0.5 120 96
42 BK PART LBL JOIN SNL 1 0.3 200 160
43 BK PART CHECK QC
44 ASSEMBLY
45 FNT+ Bk PART +  MATCHING Helper 1 0.3 200 160
46 SIDESEAM JOIN 5 OL 1 0.48 125 100
47 SIDE SEAM TOP STC FOA 1 0.4 150 120
48 MARK THAI PKT, BTM HEM Helper 2 0.45 133 213
49 THAI PKT JOIN SNL 2 0.7 86 137
50 THAI PKT 1/4 SNL 2 0.6 100 160
51 FLAP MATCH Helper 1 0.2 300 240
52 FLAP JOIN SNL 1 0.4 150 120
53 FLAP TOP STC SNL 1 0.48 125 100
54 LOOP MAKE FL 1 0.35 171 137
55 MARK LOOP JOIN + CUT Helper 1 0.4 150 120
56 BON PKT POSITION MARK SNL 2 0.65 92 148
57 BON ROLLING SNL 1 0.3 200 160
58 BON MACHING +BON LENGHT MARK Helper 1 0.2 300 240
59  BON CREASING IRN 1 0.4 150 120
60 BON JOIN DNL 1 0.7 86 69
61 BON CUT + TURN OVER Helper 1 0.35 171 137
62 BON TOP STC DOWNSIDE SNL 1 0.65 92 74
63 BON PKTING HARMONIUM  FACING  SERGING 5 OL 1 0.52 115 92
64 BON PKTING SERGING 5 OL 1 0.45 133 107
65 BON PKT FACING JOIN WITH PKTING SNL 2 0.7 86 137
66 BON TOP STC UPPER SIDE SNL 1 0.6 100 80
67 BK BON PKT INSIDE TACK SNL 1 0.55 109 87
68 W/ BELT MARK+ ALLOWANCE CUT Helper 1 0.35 171 137
69 W/BELT CREASING IRN 1 0.35 171 137
70 W/BELT POSITION MARK Helper 1 0.25 240 192
71 W/BELT MATCHING SNL 1 0.3 200 160
72 W/BELT JOIN SNL 3 0.85 71 169
73 W/BELT ELASTIC CUT + MARK Helper 1 0.4 150 120
74 W/BELT ELASTIC TACK SNL 2 0.55 109 175
75 W/BELT TOP STC(ELASTIC PART) K-S 1 0.55 109 87
76 W/BELT TOP STC K-S 2 0.75 80 128
77 MOUTH CUT Helper 2 0.35 171 274
78 MOUTH  REMOVE Helper 2 0.3 200 320
79 MOUTH CLOSE SNL 2 0.84 71 114
80 LOOP DEEP TACK SNL 1 0.6 100 80
81 INSEAM JOIN 5 OL 1 0.35 171 137
82 INSEAM TOP STC FOA 1 0.38 158 126
83 BTM HEM ROLLING SNL 2 0.75 80 128
84 VELCROW POSITION MARK Helper 2 0.65 92 148
85 VELCROW JOIN VELCROW 2 0.75 80 128
86 FINAL THREAD CUT Helper 2 0.5 120 192
87 FINAL TABELTE QC
88 TOTAL 107 36.28 2 142

Here,

  • IRN- Iron Machine
  • SNL- Single needle lock stitch
  • DNL- Double needle lock stitch
  • 3 OL- 3 thread overlock
  • 5 OL- 5 thread overlock
  • VERT- Vertical Machine
  • DNL- Double needle lockstitch machine
  • K-S – Kansai machine
  • FOA- Feed of the arm

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Operation Breakdown and SMV 5 Pockets Long Pant

Operation Breakdown and SMV 5 Pockets Long Pant

5 Pocket pant can be long or short, most commonly manufactured in the apparel industry, 3 pocket in the front side and 2 in the back. Generally, 5 Pocket pant is Slim Fit Skinny Leg types. 5 pocket pants can be made by jeans or non-denim Twill Pant. Nowadays 5 pockets jeans pant is very commonly used garments and it is very popular. This article will help you to know about a list of operation and SMV of 5 pocket long pant. Hopefully, you will understand after reading Operation Breakdown and SMV 5 Pockets Long Pant.

Operation Breakdown and SMV 5 Pockets Long Pant
NO. OPERATION M/C TYPE No. of Machine  SMV TGT in 100% Efficiency
FRONT PART
1 FNT FLY FUSING ATT IRN 1 0.2 300
2 FNT PART KNEE MARK Helper 1 0.25 240
3 S/FLY +D/FLY MAKE+FNT RISE O/L 3 OL 1 0.3 200
4 D/FLY OL +SEAM OL 3 OL 1 0.3 200
5 FNT PKT SEAM  MARK Helper 1 0.3 200
6 COIN PKT ATT TO SEAM SNL 1 0.3 200
7 FNT PKT SEAM + FACING  ATTACH TO PKTING SNL 1 0.3 200
8 FNT PKTING ATTACH TO BODY SNL 1 0.25 240
9 FNT S/FLY ATT +  TOP STC SNL 1 0.3 200
10 FNT S/FLY ZIPPER ATT DNL 1 0.3 200
11  J STC MARK Helper 1 0.2 300
12  J TOP STC DNL 1 0.25 240
13 FNT D/FLY JOIN SNL 1 0.25 240
14 FNT D/FLY BODY CLOSE SNL 1 0.25 240
15 FNT RISE INSIDE TACK+ROLLING SNL 1 0.35 171
16 FNT RISE TOP STC SNL 1 0.3 200
17 FNT RISE 2ND STC WITH DIMOND SNL 1 0.25 240
18 FNT PKT  MOUTH ROLLING WITH PIPING DNL 2 0.55 109
19 FNT PKT HORI+VERTI- TACK SNL 1 0.4 150
20 FNT PKT BAG OL +TURN 3 OL 1 0.3 200
21 FNT PKT BAG 1/4 TOP STC SNL 2 0.4 150
22 LABLE MAKE SNL 1 0.25 240
23 FNT PART LABLE ATT SNL 1 0.3 200
24 FNT PART WAIST MARK Helper 1 0.25 240
25 FNT PART CHECK QC
26 BK PART 
27 BK PART KNEE MARK Helper 1 0.25 240
28 BK YOKE JOIN 3 OL 1 0.3 200
29 BK YOKE JOIN TOP STC FOA 1 0.3 200
30 BK RISE  JOIN 3 OL 1 0.3 200
31 BK RISE TOP STC FOA 1 0.28 214
32 BK PKT + LOOP + YOKE + CORD MARK Helper 2 0.4 150
33 BK PKT MOUTH ROLLING+COIN PKT ROLLING CHIN 1 0.45 133
34 BK PKT OL 3 OL 1 0.3 200
35 BK PKT IRN IRN 2 0.6 100
36 BK PKT ATT SNL 2 0.6 100
37 BK PKT TOP STC SNL 2 0.5 120
38 BK PART CHECK QC
39 ASSEMBLY
40 FR.+BK PART MACHINE Helper 1 0.3 200
41 INSEAM JOIN TOP STC (FOLDER) FOA 2 0.55 109
42 SIDE SEAM O/L 5 OL 2 0.6 100
43 SIDE SEAM SAFT STC SNL 2 0.6 100
44 SIDE SEAM CORD STC SNL 2 0.4 150
45 SIDE SEAM LABLE ATT SNL 1 0.3 200
46 W/BELT SHARING 5 OL 1 0.3 200
47 W/BELT FUSING ATT IRN 1 0.3 200
48 W/BELT MARK Helper 1 0.3 200
49 W/BELT MATCHING Helper 1 0.3 200
50 W/BELT JOIN  TOP STC  ( FOLDER) K-S 2 0.65 92
51 W/B CHECK+IN SIDE CHECK Q.I
52 W/BELT MOUTH CUT+TREAD REMOVE Helper 2 0.45 133
53 W/BELT MOUTH CLOSE SNL 3 0.8 75
54 WAIST LOOP MAKE(FOLDER)+LOOP CUT+MATCHING SNL 1 0.3 200
55 WAIST  LOOP & BELT  IRN IRN 1 0.26 231
56 WAIST LOOP ATT  (5PCS) SNL 2 0.5 120
57 WAIST LOOP CLOSE SNL 1 0.35 171
58 W/BELT LABLE ATT SNL 1 0.3 200
59 BTM HEM ROLLING SNL 2 0.6 100
60 TRIM CUT Helper 2 0.3 200
61 FNT PKT WASH TACK +MOUTH TACK SNL 1 0.3 200
62 BERTECK & BUTTON SECTION
63 LOOP BERTECK (10 pics) BERTEK 2
64 BK PKT BERTECK+CORD STC BERTEK 1
65 FNT PKT BERTECK+FLY BERTEK 1
66 EYELET HOLE HOLE 1
67 FLAP MARK & BODY CARING Helper 1
68 REVEAT ATTACH(10 POINT) SNAP BUTTON 2
69 WAIST BUTTON SNAP BUTTON 1
70 WAIST MARK Helper 1

Here,

  • IRN- Iron Machine
  • SNL- Single needle lock stitch
  • 3 OL- 3 thread overlock
  • VERT- Vertical Machine
  • DNL- Double needle lockstitch machine
  • K-S – Kansai machine
  • FOA- Feed of the arm

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Operation Breakdown and SMV of Men’s Long Sleeve Shirt

Operation Breakdown and SMV of Men’s Long Sleeve Shirt

Operation Breakdown for Garments ManufacturingOperation breakdown is a list of processor operation in sequence wise with SMV or SAM and machine Helper list. Style-wise operation breakdown is done by an industrial engineer in an excel chart. Operation breakdown report help to set the line layout of every style. For your better understanding, I made an Operation Breakdown and SMV of Men’s Long Sleeve Shirt in an excel sheet.

Operation Breakdown Report Includes

  1. List of operation
  2. Operation wise needed sewing machine list
  3. Operation wise number of  sewing machine
  4. SMV or SAM of every operation
  5. Production target of every operation

Operation Breakdown and SMV of Men’s Long Sleeve Shirt

OPERATION M/C TYPE Number of Machine Needed SMV Target Production in 100% Efficiency(Pcs) Target Production in 80% Efficiency(Pcs)
MAKE SECTION-SMALL PARTS
COLLER FUSING IRN 2 0.25 240 192
COLLAR MAKE MARK + MATCH HELPER 1 0.25 240 192
COLLAR MAKE WITH HELPER THREAD SNL 2 0.45 133 213
COLLAR ALLOWANCE CUT HELPER 1 0.25 240 192
COLLAR TURN + THREAD REMOVE HELPER 1 0.25 240 192
COLLAR TOP 1/4 STC SNL 2 0.32 188 300
COLLAR + BAND MATCH HELPER 1 0.3 200 160
BAND JOIN SNL 2 0.55 109 175
COLLAR ALLOWANCE NOSE  CUT + SERGING 3 OL 1 0.35 171 137
BAND TOP (MIDDLE)  STC SNL 1 0.3 200 160
COLLAR  MARK SHOULDER PSN HELPER 1 0.3 200 160
FLAP IRN IRN 2 0.45 133 213
FLAP MAKE SNL 2 0.6 100 160
FLAP TOP STC SNL 2 0.55 109 175
FLAP PEN POINT MARK+ROLLING SNL 3 0.4 150 360
MARK FOR CUFF MAKE HELPER 1 0.35 171 137
CUFF MAKE SNL 1 0.5 120 96
CUFF MAKE VERT 1 0.4 150 120
CUFF TOP STC SNL 2 0.6 100 160
BACK PART
BACK PART DART MAKE SNL 1 0.25 240 192
MAIN + FIT LBL ATT WT BACK YK SNL 2 0.3 200 320
BACK YK ATT 3 PARTS SNL 2 0.28 214 343
BACK YK TOP STC SNL 1 0.4 150 120
CARE LBL ATT SNL 1 0.3 200 160
BACK NECK TRIMMING HELPER 1 0.5 120 96
BACK PART CHECK QC
FRONT PART
BOX PLATE MAKE K-S 2 0.55 109 175
THREAD CUT HELPER 1 0.2 300 240
BTN PLATE MAKE SNL 1 0.5 120 96
FRONT NECK TRIMMING HELPER 1 0.3 200 160
ASSEMBLY
BACK + FRONT PART MATCH HELPER 1 0.2 300 240
SHOULDER JOIN SNL 2 0.3 200 320
SHOULDER T/S DNL 1 0.25 240 192
POCKET + FLAP MARK HELPER 2 0.45 133 213
POCKET ROLLING SNL 1 0.2 300 240
POCKET IRN IRN 2 0.2 300 480
PLACKET IRN IRN 2 0.5 120 192
POCKET MATCH HELPER 1 0.25 240 192
POCKET JOIN SNL 2 0.6 100 160
POCKET 1/4 SNL 2 0.55 109 175
FLAP MATCH HELPER 1 0.2 300 240
FLAP JOIN DNL 2 0.5 120 192
NECK SHARING SAFETY STC SNL 1 0.25 240 192
COLLAR + BODY ASSEMBLY HELPER 1 0.25 240 192
COLLAR JOIN SNL 2 0.45 133 213
COLLAR CLOSE  TOP STC SNL 3 0.65 92 222
SLEEVE PLACKET OPEN MARK + CUT HELPER 1 0.3 200 160
GANBLE JOIN( FOLDER) SNL 1 0.35 171 137
GANBLE TACK + EXCESS CUT SNL 1 0.3 200 160
PLACKET JOIN + EDGE TOP STC SNL 2 0.4 150 240
CUFF JNS PSN MARK HELPER 1 0.25 240 192
SLEEVE MATCHING HELPER 1 0.2 300 240
SLEEVE JOIN 3 OL 2 0.5 120 192
SLEEVE INSIDE ALLOWANCE CUT HELPER 1 0.25 240 192
ARMHOLE TOP STC ( FOLDER) DNL 2 0.6 100 160
THEAD CUT + ALLOWANCE CUT 3OL 1 0.35 171 137
SIDE SEAM TOP STC FOA 2 0.45 133 213
CUFF  JOIN PSN MARK HELPER 1 0.35 171 137
CUFF JOIN SNL 3 0.8 75 180
BOTTOM HEM SNL 2 0.45 133 213
COMFORT LBL JOIN SNL 1 0.4 150 120
FINAL THREAD CUT HELPER 2 0.4 150 240

Here,

  • IRN – Iron Machine
  • SNL – Single needle lock stitch
  • 3 OL – 3 thread Overlock
  • VERT – Vertical Machine
  • DNL – Double needle lockstitch machine
  • K-S – Kansai machine
  • FOA – Feed of the arm

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