Final inspection Inspecting finished garments Before packing After packing
placement of pockets
Puckering at crotch
Fullness in fly
hiking at front or back
size of fold
Placement and appearance of hangtags
Criteria of checking
Inspection after packing –checks on size and style details,labels,assorment packs within a carton,carton details,numbers packed within the carton.
Final inspection manual
Check sheets for measurements
Check sheets for other defects
Inspection methodology 100% Inspection In case of using machines in detecting defects eg fabric, trims Higher labour costs, time taken for manual inspection. Spot checking Checking randomly from a big lot. Partially effective
Certain percentage of product is inspected.
Eg. 10% of the shipment is inspected.
Drawbacks-sample may not properly represent the lot.
Some orders are big and others are small
Risks of wrong decision exists
Also called acceptance sampling.
Applies to all lot sizes.
Risks of decision is known and controllable
Flexibility to inspect as per the importance of the material inspected
Practical and economical
Terms used in statistical sampling
Lot /batch size
Acceptable quality levels
Maximum percent defective that can be considered satisfactorily as a process
2.5, 4, 6.5, 10
Single& double sampling plan
Continuous sampling plan
First inspect 50,till all are acceptable.
Inspecting 1 out of 20 pieces till all are acceptable
If a defect occurs,stop 1 of 20 and inspect all till 50 consecutive are good.