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  • 1. STEP AHEAD Presented By – Abhinay Gupta AD - V
  • 2. Preface An industrial orientation was done on leather shoes in red chief. The presentation talks about how a leather shoe is made right from scratch. It involves several processes which cannot be determined when we take a glance at the shoes. There are several secondary processes also like packaging, cleaning, etc. Shoe making is a very tedious task involving an array of processes at each step which requires to be done perfectly in order to achieve best results. The presentation is an insight about its processes.
  • 3. FMCG Footwear Wind Energy LEAYAN GLOBAL PRIVATE LIMITED ( 1995) Exports Domestic Red Chief (1997) Real Estate Dairy Products  Rohit Surfactants private limited (RSPL) Started in 1988  Fast - moving consumer goods
  • 4. RED CHIEF Tannery & Manufacturing Units 1 Tannery in Unnao 2 Factories in Kanpur 1 Factory in Haridwar Logo E-commerce & store 36 Stores in Uttar Pradesh Madhya Pradesh Deals in Men's Footwear Main colors, Leathers & Sole colors – Elephant Tan Leathers – Nubuck Soles – PU Black, Brown Oily PVC Rust TPR Tobacco Production 5000/ day
  • 5. DERBY SHOE OXFORD SHOE SLIP-ON SHOE MOCCAINS HIGH ANKLE SHOE BOOTS
  • 6. Tongue Eyelet Lining Eyelet facing Plug Vamp Collar Heel Counter outsole Logo Quarter
  • 7. Sampling Department  Only one side is made Tin pattern of approved design  Cutting is done manually  Skiving  Marking & attaching components  Closing  Lasting When one odd pair is made. They send it to retail department for approval and if it is approved then they make sample for all sizes in even pair
  • 8. CUTTING DEPARTMENT
  • 9. Swing arm machine Also called clicking machine Works on hydraulic system Both hand operated Poly propylene board Cutting die Less wastage ( marker planning) For cutting leather components & lining Goat lining, B/C lining, B/C tek lining
  • 10. Travelling head machine Works on hydraulic system Operated with both hands 32mm or 52mm die is used For cutting In-sole, toe puff, foam In-sole ( leather board ) Toe puff or stiffener ( cellulose rubber board thickness 1.2mm ) Padding foam 20mm, 5mm Eva ( ethylene- vinyl acetate) foam 1.5mm, 4mm
  • 11. Fabric cutting machine Straight blade fabric cutting is used For cutting vamp cloth, mesh fabric & sugar coated cloth
  • 12. Cutting Die A A. Single Edge Die B. Double Edge Die Size B 19 mm For Goat Leather , Sheep Leather & Lining 32 mm For Thick Leathers 52 mm For Foam
  • 13. Skiving Folding Skive ( 11-12 mm ) Raw Edge Skive ( 35 Degree & 2/3 Thickness) Underlay Skive ( 08-10 mm )
  • 14. Splitting & Fusing Thickness is reduced Whole leather skin Sugar coated drill cloth Sugar coated cloth
  • 15. CLOSING DEPARTMENT
  • 16. Marking MarkingMarking & Component Attaching Crayon marking Color is selected according to leather color Marking pattern is made of PVC ( Polyvinyl chloride ) sheet Neoprene ( dendrite ) & Latex rubber solution a Hand hammer
  • 17. Stitching & Stiffener Attaching Flat bed double needle stitching machine Post bed stitching machine Zigzag stitching machine Threads 3PLY ( needle no- 14,16,18 ) 6PLY ( needle no- 19-21 ) 9PLY ( needle no- 21,22 ) 12PLY( needle no- 24,25 ) HS31 ( needle no- 24 ) Stiffener inserting
  • 18. Thread Burning & Upper Quality Check Upper Checking Burn extra threads from upper It’s a kind of blower Upper quality is checked They see stitch lines
  • 19. LASTING DEPARTMENT
  • 20. Counter Molding Stiffener is inserted Machine has aluminum last Upper is fixed 2 pairs of pincers are just placed below the mold
  • 21. Forepart Lasting Last is set on the machine pincers engage and grip the entire fore part of the upper No creases at the feather edge. Lasting allowances are flat to the insole Upper stucked to the insole firmly. Proper position of vamp on the last
  • 22. Seat & Side Lasting Hot melt cement is deposited on the unlasted waist of the insole Back height to be correct Back seam is placed centrally, upright and straight Seat and quarter portions are molded nicely No crease at the feather edge. Top line correctly balanced
  • 23. Wrinkle Chasing Wrinkle chasing is done through electric heaters Its is done for giving smooth surface Roughing or Scoring  Steel wire wheel  Brass wire wheel  Scouring paper
  • 24. Sole Attaching PU ( polyurethane) adhesive is used Heat setting
  • 25. Sole Pressing Sole is pressed manually on the last Then they keep it in sole pressing machine After that they send it to cooling chamber
  • 26. Removing last & Finishing Finishing is done through buffing machine Crape is used to remove extra adhesive & marking lines Polishing Packaging
  • 27. Conclusion After doing the industrial orientation I have understood the basics of shoe making. This orientation really helped in terms of gaining knowledge and exposure. I really enjoyed my work there and also learned as how relations are maintained in a professional world. I would like to thank my faculties and everyone else who helped me to do my orientation succesfully.