Thursday, May 24, 2012

Quality Control Procedure (Part 05)

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CLASSIFICATION OF MAJOR AND MINOR DEFECTS
MATERIALS (FABRICS)

DEFECTS
MAJOR
MINOR

Any holes, obvious weakness or flaw that could develop into a hole.

Yes


Any cuts, tears or surface repairs made during production, packaging or transit.
Yes


Any pulled threads or snags between buttons or button holes, seams or visible part.

Yes


Any Slub 1cm or more in length or 2 threads wide in any conspicuous or focal points of garments.

Other hidden or obscure areas.

Any Slub 1cm or below.

Yes




Yes

Yes

Any barre fabric, dye spots, misprints, smudges or faulty registration of prints that are obviously noticeable


Yes


Any miss-matching or stripes, checks, plaids, on fronts, backs or seams. (Not agreed on sealed sample).


Yes


Any bowing of the fabric. If it seriously affects the appearance or performance of the garment.

a.    1.2cm or more

b.    Less than 1cm





Yes






Yes

Any shading of parts within the garment. Shade variations within or between garments. (Not agreed on sealed sample).


Yes


Any pilling or surface fuzzing of fabrics.

Yes


Any yellowing of fabric trims and shoulder pads due to nitrogen dioxide and packaging.


Yes


Any high immature cotton or foreign fiber content.

Yes


Any monofilament sowing yarns.

Yes


Any variation on in handle or finish (Not agreed on sealed sample).


Yes



Regards
Bipul

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