Week three of notes
Week three of notes AM 421
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This 0 page Study Guide was uploaded by Paige Von Almen on Sunday December 13, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to AM 421 at Colorado State University taught by Yan Vivian Li in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 35 views. For similar materials see Textile Analysis in General at Colorado State University.
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Date Created: 12/13/15
Sewn Product Inspection What is inspection Visual View or examination of appearance workmanship compared to standards or specifications How to Inspect Garment Styling style as specified Visual defects fabricmaterials including color construction Measurements Labeling and ticketing Packaging and folding Stages of Inspection Quality assurance suggests inspection throughout the production process Materials at arrival or at source not at fabric spreading Incoming assembled components or trims from subcontractors In process inpro many times during production Product inspection pilot lot or first piece shipment or packed production inspection or audit Defects A defect is an aspect of a product which does not meet tolerances Types of defects 1 Fabric 2 Workmanship and handling ie production caused 3 Trim accessories embellishment 4 Labeling and packaging 1 Unsafe or hazardous Do not meet mandatory regulatory requirements Major minor Major Defect 1 Definitely does not meet company standard may be out of spec 2 Can result in product failure 3 Can reduce marketability or salability 4 Can affect usability 5 Easily identifiable by consumer or those near a wearer 6 Is likely to worsen with wear and care Minor Defect 0 1 Does not affect the performance of the garments in normal conditions 0 2 Is not noticeable to the customer on purchasing 0 3 Is not noticeable to the wearer of the garment or anyone adjacent to the wearer 0 4 Will not worsen with time and wear 0 5 Less than the agreed quality standard 0 6 May result in adjustment of production in future or may be remediated Zoning 0 More visible parts of a product are more important in terms of appearance than others 0 Defects may be defined for each zone Zone 1 0 Closest to face or most likely to be viewed from a close distance 0 Shirt upper portion 0 Sleeve front 0 Pants front 0 Upholstered furniture backs armrests cushions 0 Cosmetic aws considered major in zone 1 Total Quality Management 0 Definition Re ects to activities that involve everyone in an organization in an integrated effort to improve performance at every level 0 Key factors in TQM a customer s focus an emphasis on quality teamwork individual empowerment training and education involvement of all employees commitment by management and continuous process improvement Technical Systems 0 Product development aspects spreading and cutting materials production packaging and shipping People Systems 0 Suppliers Management Continuous Improvement A constant effort to refine processes so that an overall increase in the quality of products or services As a result problems decrease in occurrence or disappear Problems are either sporadic or chronic Design and product development Engineering and production Benchmarking Workplace Cross Functional Teams A crossfunctional team consists of a group of individuals Who work together but Who represent different departments or different areas of specialization Specific purpose teams Self managing teams Ethical Behavior TQM is based on three factors 1 Trust 2 Integrity 3 Values The Future Computer systems facilitate design production engineering and manufacturing Computer integrated manufacturing CIM emphasizes communications technology among product developing creative and technical design pattern making etc
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