FT8501 Garment Construction II Notes

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UNIT I

Operation breakdown for shirts, trousers,
jackets, waist coats,
T shirts, casual bottoms,
material flow, cut component progresses,
machinery allocation, man power allocation.

UNIT II

Operation breakdown for blouse variations,
dresses, skirt variations,
kameez, salwar, lingeries,
material flow, cut component progresses,
machinery allocation, man power allocation.

UNIT III

Line set up,
production line balancing,
different production system,
manual system,
make through system,
batch production system,
progressive bundle system,
straight line system,
progressive bundle system,
conveyor belt system,
unit production system ,
modular production system,
quick response system and Just in time system.

UNIT IV

Raw material,
in process and final inspection,
analysis of sewing ability of fabrics,
care labeling.

OUTCOMES

Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to know,

  • Operation breakdown for various mens’s and women’s garments
  • Different manufacturing systems and inspection
  • Garment dyeing and finishing

TEXT BOOKS

  1. Jacob Solinger, “Apparel Production Handbook”, Reinhold Publications,1998
  2. Carr H and Latham B., “The Technology of Clothing Manufacturing”, Blackwell Science, U.K.,1994

REFERENCES

  1. Ruth E. Glock, Grace I. Kunz, “Apparel Manufacturing, Sewn Product Analysis”, fourth
    edition, Pearson Education, ISBN: 8177580760159
  2. Laing R.M., Webster J, “Stitches & Seams”, The Textile Institute, India,1998
  3. Shaeffer Claire, “Sewing for the Apparel Industry”, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 2001
  4. Singer, “Sewing Lingerie”, Cy De Cosse Incorporated, 1991.
  5. Patty Brown & Janett Rice, “Ready-To-Wear Apparel Analysis’”, Third Edition, Prientice
    Hall Inc., New Jersey,ISBN:0130254347.
  6. Ruth Glock, Grace I. Kunz, “Apparel Manufacturing”, Dorling Kindersley Publishing Inc.,
    New Jersey, 1995, ISDN: 0-02-344142-9
  7. Pradip V.Mehta, “An Introduction to Quality Control for the Apparel Industry”, J.S.N.
    Internationals, 1992