Garments inspection is an important term in the readymade garments sector. Quality inspector is the main in apparel inspection, who certifies the garments export order, whether it is perfect for shipping or not. The quality inspector has to ensure perfect quality according to the buyers instruction in various stages of garments inspection, which have been discussed in this article. Stage of Apparel Inspection, Various stages of garments inspection are mentioned below, Raw material inspection, During production inspection, Finishing inspection, Final inspection. All the stages have discussed in the following, Raw material inspection, A quality inspector should check various matters according to the buyers instruction in Raw material inspection stage of garments. Those are, Yarn defects such as thick and thin, Knitting defects, Fabric construction, Fabric CDG, Fabrics shade matching, Fabric holes, Fabric defects, Sewing thread, Zipper, Fabric softness, Fabric width, Vertical stripes, Horizontal stripes, Fabric shrinkage, Defective printing, Defective embroidery, Defective buttons, Dirt and stains in the fabric.3. Finishing inspection, A quality inspector should check different issues according to the buyers instruction in the finishing stage of garments. Those are Poor Ironing, Dirt and Stains, Back Board, Collar Stay, Butterfly, Neck Board, Carton, Draw cord, Size strip, Pocket flasher, Hangtag, Photo-in-lay, Price ticket, Polybag, Tissue paper. 4. Final inspection, A quality inspector should confirm various matters according to the buyers instruction in the final inspection stage of garments. Those are, Shade variation from one part to another part of garments, Garments measurement with the allowance from buyers provided measurement chart, Collar and sleeves balanced, Pockets correct, Absence of fabric faults and stains, Appearance correct, Patterns matching, Absence of miss stitching, Seams finished correctly, Accessories correctly applied and working, Correct labeling.2. During production inspection, A quality inspector should ensure different matters according to the buyers instruction in the production stage of garments. Those are Collars and Cuffs matching, Sewing threads matching, cutting patterns, stitching, Absence of stitching, Needle holes and marks, Unbalanced sleeve edge, Unbalanced placket, Open seam, Puckering, Garment length, Shoulder length, Body width, Shoulder length, Placket width, Placket length, Armhole, Arm Opening, Sleeve length, Rib or Collar width, Hemming width, Neck width, Neck opening, Incorrect side shape, Broken and Missing stitch, Bottom hem bowing, Uneven neck shape, Cutting shapes, Stitching defects, Measurements, Buttons. Garment Testing: Assess the quality of your apparel's materials and workmanship, using a number of quality control checks and tests, including, Colour shading, Colour fastness check (Rub test), Symmetry check, Size fitting test, Adhesive check (logos, printings, markings fastness), Fabric weight test (for knitted garments), Fasteners fatigue and zip quality test, Waterproof test, Down feather leakage testing, Seam slippage test (for woven garments), Care labelling, Needle damage check (for knitted garment), Barcode scanning test, Burn test (for 100% cotton garment), Mould contamination prevention, Metal contamination prevention, Ventilation test. At CDG, we offer quality control and assurance services for every stage of your garment supply chain from source to shelf. CDG has over 1,000 off the shelf customizable product specific inspection checklists. Our expertise in soft line testing will help your brand ensure the safety and quality of your garment.
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