Sampling Quality Process. Clock Wise Inspection Method

Sampling Quality

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  • Senior and middle management (operational and commercial) must all be involved regularly.
  • The lead auditor (Factory manager or Quality manager) should remain the same
  • The audit is a powerful tool for training of all staff in the quality standard required
  • All defects found at the audit must be followed through to their cause
  • The measure DHU includes a weighting for defect severity
  • Results are made known through management reports and daily review meetings
  • Audits can be conducted at the end of a sewing line also
  • The auditor is only the messenger – don’t blame him / her!
  • Sampling Quality should be performed by specialist samplers.
  • The samplers are not responsible for correcting defects
  • Samplers tell supervisors when an operator has a problem
  • This does not lessen the supervisor’s responsibility for quality
  • Typically Sampling Quality size will be between 5 and 10 pieces
  • Operators should receive at least 2 visits per day
  • Those operators producing ‘defect samples’ will receive extra attention through repeat checks
  • Samples must be taken at random – the operator should not anticipate a visit from the sampler
  • All defects should be repaired immediately (maintaining the bundle complete)
  • The process is defined on the flowchart procedure, using the Roving QC form

CONDUCTING CLOCK WISE INSPECTION METHOD ON TOPS-

  • Inspect the wearer’s left sleeve (front view) to see that it is free from fabric flaws, dirt/stains or holes.
  • Inspect wearer’s left cuff or sleeve hem for construction details to ensure that the look good. Check button/button-hole placement as well. Check in and out as well.
  • Inspect the wearer’s left side seam of garment for construction details and appearance ensuring they look good. Pull seams apart gently.
  • Inspect the entire bottom hem both front and back and inside to see if they are neat and not roping or twisted and the sewing details are neat and tidy.
  • Inspect the wearer’s right side seam of garment for construction details and appearance ensuring they look good. Pull seams apart gently.
  • Inspect wearer’s right cuff or sleeve hem for construction details to ensure that the look good
  • Inspect the left sleeve armhole (back view) for appearance and ensure the seams are smooth. Pull seams gently apart
  • Inspect the back yoke panel and seam for appearance and ensure they look good.
  • Inspect the back panel to see that it is free from fabric flaws, dirt/stains or holes.
  • Inspect the right sleeve armhole (back view) for appearance and ensure the seams are smooth. Pull seams gently apart
  • Inspect the right sleeve (back view) to see that it is free from fabric flaws, dirt/stains or holes.
  • Check the inside part of garment ensuring that it is clean and the seams are all well secured while there are no uncut and loose thread. Check all labels and ensure all information is correct.
  • Inspect the wearer’s right sleeve (front view) to see that it is free from fabric flaws, dirt/stains or holes
  • Inspect wearer’s right sleeve armhole (front view) construction details and verify if appearance looks good and the seams are smooth. Pull seams apart gently.
  • Inspect the wearer’s right front panel to see that it is free from fabric flaws, dirt/stains or holes.
  • Inspect the wearer’s right shoulder seam to ensure seam appearance looks good. Pull seams gently apart
  • Inspect the wearer’s left sleeve (back view) to see that it is free from fabric flaws, dirt/stains or holes. Also verify that the shade on the panel matches with the back panel, back yoke and right sleeve (back view).
  • Inspect the center front/front placket construction details to verify that they look good.
  • Check if button placement is correct and in the case of a two or four hole button, that they are attached with a lock stitch machine. Pull thread end if any to see if thread is raveling.
  • Check if the button-hole size and quality is good and the blade cut is sharp and clean.
  • Inspect the collar, collar stand, neck line construction details to verify that they look good.
  • Inspect the wearer’s left shoulder seam construction details to verify that they look good. Pull seams gently apart
  • Inspect the front pocket size, placement and sewing details if they are neat and tidy
  • Inspect the wearer’s left front panel to see that it is free from fabric flaws, dirt/stains or holes. If there are special design such as embroidery, prints, check if the placement is correct and details look good. Also verify the left front panel shade matches back yoke at left shoulder, left sleeve at front and wearer’s right front panel.
  • Inspect wearer’s left sleeve armhole (front view) construction details and verify if appearance looks good and the seams are smooth. Pull seams apart gently for Sampling Quality

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