Apparel Inspections

For apparel inspections, today’s educated clients are targeted on buying apparels with the best balance of style, quality, and price. Clients’ awareness is making apparel inspections more important.  So AiT offers various apparel inspections according to clients’ individual request.

Normally there are four stages for apparel inspections as follows:

    1. Raw material check,
    2. During production check,
    3. Finishing check,
    4. Final quality check.

Here are more details about Apparel Inspections :

  1. Raw material inspection:

A quality inspector should inspect various matters consistent with buyer’s orders.

  • Yarn defects like thick and thin,
  • Knitting defects,
  • Fabric construction,
  • Fabric GSM(Grams per sq.m)
  • Fabrics shade matching,
  • Fabric holes,
  • Fabric defects,
  • Sewing thread,
  • Zipper,
  • Defective buttons,
  • Fabric softness,
  • Fabric dimension,
  • Vertical stripes,
  • Defective printing,
  • Horizontal stripes,
  • Fabric shrinkage,
  • Defective embroidery,
  • Dirt and stains in raw material.
2. During production inspection:

A quality inspector should make sure different matters according to buyer’s orders in production stage of apparels.

  • Collars & Cuffs matching,
  • Sewing threads matching,
  • cutting patterns,
  • stitching,
  • Absence of sewing,
  • Needle holes & marks,
  • Unbalanced sleeve edge,
  • Unbalanced placket,
  • Open seam,
  • Puckering,
  • Garment length,
  • Shoulder dimension,
  • Body width,
  • Placket dimension,
  • Arm hole,
  • Arm Opening,
  • Sleeve length,
  • Rib or Collar width,
  • Hemming width,
  • Neck width,
  • Neck opening,
  • Incorrect side shape,
  • Broken & Missing stitch,
  • Bottom hem bowing,
  • Uneven neck shape,
  • Cutting shapes,
  • Stitching defects,
  • Measurements,
  • Buttons,
  • Trems & Accessories
  • Labels
  1. Finishing inspection:

A quality inspector should check different issues according to buyer’s instruction in finishing stage of garments. Those are-

  • Poor Ironing,
  • Dirt’s& Stains,
  • Back Board,
  • Collar Stay,
  • Butterfly,
  • Neck Board,
  • Carton,
  • Draw cord,
  • Size strip,
  • Pocket flasher,
  • Hang tag,
  • Photo-in-lay,
  • Price ticket,
  • Poly bag,
  • Tissue paper.
  1. Final inspection:

A quality inspector should confirm various matters according to buyer’s instruction in final inspection stage of garments.

  • Shade variation,
  • Apparels measurement with allowance
  • measurement chart,
  • Collar and sleeves balanced,
  • Pockets correct,
  • Absence of fabric faults and stains,
  • Appearance correct,
  • Patterns matching,
  • Absence of miss stitching,
  • Seams finished properly,
  • Accessories properly applied and working,
  • Correct labeling.

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