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Presentation on
Cutting Section
Prepared By:
Md Naim Hasan Towhid
Objectives of Cutting:
 Cutting Efficiency 85 %
 Cut Panel Defects per Hundred Unit
(DHU) below 5%
 Consistent cutting
 Accuracy of cut
Business link-up:
 Merchant
 Planning
 Store
 Sewing
 Print
 Embroidery
 IE
 Textile
Strength:
 Efficient Manpower
 Resources i.e. Machinery etc.
 Teamwork
 Strong Network
Challenges:
 Wastage Reduction
 Utilization of Materials
 Defect Reduce
 Efficiency increase
Fabric Receive
Relaxation
Cut Order Plan
Marker Making
Marker Checking
Spreading & Marker
Setting
Cutting
Delivery
Ready to Input
Print/Embroidery received
& Checked
Print/Embroidery (if need)
Panel Check & Replace
Numbering & Bundling
Bundle Card Making
Process Flow of Cutting Process
Fabric Receive
Fabric received from Textile Fabric Store in ATN Warehouse.
Capacity of 40 Tons.
 Fabric relaxation
 Fabric width measurement
 Shade checking
 GSM measuring
Activities:
Relaxation
 Moisture is removed from the fabric and it is
not in actual condition when received.
 if we keep the fabric in normal temperature
and pressure for a certain time, the fabric
absorbs moisture from the atmosphere and
regains its original nature.
 This process is called fabric relaxation.
 Another cause of fabric relaxation is to
maintain the dimensional stability of
produced garments.
Cut Order Plan
Merchandiser sends a cutting ratio for every style of garment to do
this job smoothly
 Size-wise cutting Plan as per Time of
Delivery (TOD)
 Width & Shade-wise fabric cut plan
 Ratio Send to CAD for Marker
making
Activities:
Marker Making
To complete cutting process in easy way, making marker is
essential for each style garments.
 Marker width
 Marker length
 Grain line
 Position of
pattern pieces
 Cutting table
 Production plan
Activities:
Marker Checking
 In location that uses the CAD system, the
marker information needs to be cross-
checked by an operator other than one who
complied the marker, before the marker is
printed.
 This is to ensure that no operator error has
occurred.
 The marker can then be re-inspected by the
Quality Control Department after it has been
placed on the lay of fabric prior to cutting.
Spreading
When the above process is completed, fabric is spread with correct
lay height and ply tension.
Fabric Type Lay Lay Height No of Ply
100% Cotton Fleece 9 yards 4” - 4.5” 70
Polar Fleece 9 yards 4” - 4.5” 50
100% Cotton Single Jersey 9 yards 3” - 3.5” 110
Cotton Pique 8 yards 3” - 3.5” 90
Lycra Fleece/Terry Fleece 8 yards 3” - 3.5” 80
Interlock 7 yards 2.5” - 3” 70
100% Cotton Rib 7 yards 3” - 3.5” 50
Lycra Pique 7 yards 2.5” - 3” 80
Lycra/Viscose/Polyester 7 yards 2.5” - 3” 85
Marker Setting
After that, marker have to placed on the top layer of the lay.
 Inspect the measurement of marker
with pattern size set
 If all okay, then Marker is fixed with
fabric using tape.
 The tape used so that the marker
does not move from the fabric during
the cutting process.
Activities:
Cutting
Here, fabrics have to cut by maintaining marker.
 Straight knife is use to cute the fabric
ply according to marker.
 Use proper tension for smooth
cutting
Activities:
Panel Size Tolerance
1 cm – 10 cm No Tolerance
11 cm – 30 cm 2 mm
31 cm – 50 cm 5 mm
Above 50 cm 1 cm
Bundle Card Making
Bundle cards carry a unique number (bundle no.)
that is made in computer to represent the
bundles such as garment size, no. of pieces
consist in bundle etc. Bundle cards are attached
to each bundle as similar to bundle tickets. When
operators work on the bundle they scan bundle
card to the terminal. One or multiple cards are
issued against each bundle depending on the
production system.
Numbering
After cutting the fabrics, each parts of
different style fabrics should be numbered to
avoid mixing with the others style fabric
parts.
Bundling
After cutting the fabric lay and tagging the
sticker, all the garments components in stack
form is shorted out as per size and color. To
avoid mistake in sorting, it is better to use
code number on each pattern.
Panel Check & Replace
All cut panels are checked with it’s pattern
size. If found any defects it will be replaced
with extra cut panel in this process.
Print/Embroidery(If Need)
Cutting fabric parts have to sent into print or
embroidery section if required.
Print/Embroidery Panel Check
After completing print or embroidery as
per requirement it need to be checked
again and replace with extra if needed.
Ready to Input
Cutting parts should be sorting and
bundling here to send into the next
process.
Reports in Cutting Section:
 Fabric Received Report
 Fabric Quality Report
 Fabric Relaxation Report
 Fabric Spreading Report
 Spreading Quality Inspection Report
 Marker Check Report
 Daily Cut Panels and Bundling Checking
Report
 Left Lay length Report
 Quality Inspection Report
 Replacement Parts Report
 Left lay length Re-Report
 Input Section Cut panel Received Report
 Print panel Inspection Report
 Print Panel Replacement Report
 Input Section Bundling check Report
 Input Section cut panel match Report
 Input Section Storing Report
 Input Section Delivery Report
Machinery Equipment
 Straight Knife
 Round Knife
 Band Knife
 Fusing Machine
 Heat Seal Machine
Straight Knife
 Suitable for mass trimming cotton, woolen,
linen leather and chemical fiber goods, etc.
 Neat cutting, small-curvature radius curvilinear
cutting.
 Low noise, stable running, easy to operate and
high efficiency.
 Piping Machine
 Plotter
 Automatic Numbering Machine
 Bundle Card Punch Machine
 Bar Code Scanner
Round Knife
 Easy to handle & operate.
 Suitable for cutting single ply as well as
multilayer (say 20-30 layers).
 To cut the larger part of the garments.
Band Knife
 Very large productivity for limited products,
such as collars, cuff, placket, etc.
 Possible to cut 90° angle of the lay.
 Intensity of accident is low.
Fusing Machine
heat presses are often used to apply designs to
fabrics, specially designed presses can also be used
to imprint designs on mugs, plates, jigsaw puzzles,
caps, and other products.
Heat Seal Machine
Fusing is one of the most important processes
involved in apparel manufacturing which affects
the appearance of the garment. It also provides
support and strength to the specific parts of the
garment.
Piping Machine
This machine used to make piping for
shoulder and neck join
Plotter
 Plotter used computer-aided design in CAD
section for marker making.
 Easy to use.
Automatic Numbering Machine
To identify the right garment components of a
garment (size, color, and shade) when operators
stitch the garment.
Bundle Card Punch Machine
After print out bundle cards this machine
used to punch more than one bundle
cards at a single time.
Bar Code Scanning Machine
Every Bundle Card carry a Unique Numbers. These
Unique Numbers need to be scanned by Bar Code
Scanning Machine to input in ERP Software
Any
Question
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Presentation on cutting section

  • 1. Presentation on Cutting Section Prepared By: Md Naim Hasan Towhid
  • 2. Objectives of Cutting:  Cutting Efficiency 85 %  Cut Panel Defects per Hundred Unit (DHU) below 5%  Consistent cutting  Accuracy of cut Business link-up:  Merchant  Planning  Store  Sewing  Print  Embroidery  IE  Textile
  • 3. Strength:  Efficient Manpower  Resources i.e. Machinery etc.  Teamwork  Strong Network Challenges:  Wastage Reduction  Utilization of Materials  Defect Reduce  Efficiency increase
  • 4. Fabric Receive Relaxation Cut Order Plan Marker Making Marker Checking Spreading & Marker Setting Cutting Delivery Ready to Input Print/Embroidery received & Checked Print/Embroidery (if need) Panel Check & Replace Numbering & Bundling Bundle Card Making Process Flow of Cutting Process
  • 5. Fabric Receive Fabric received from Textile Fabric Store in ATN Warehouse. Capacity of 40 Tons.  Fabric relaxation  Fabric width measurement  Shade checking  GSM measuring Activities:
  • 6. Relaxation  Moisture is removed from the fabric and it is not in actual condition when received.  if we keep the fabric in normal temperature and pressure for a certain time, the fabric absorbs moisture from the atmosphere and regains its original nature.  This process is called fabric relaxation.  Another cause of fabric relaxation is to maintain the dimensional stability of produced garments.
  • 7. Cut Order Plan Merchandiser sends a cutting ratio for every style of garment to do this job smoothly  Size-wise cutting Plan as per Time of Delivery (TOD)  Width & Shade-wise fabric cut plan  Ratio Send to CAD for Marker making Activities:
  • 8. Marker Making To complete cutting process in easy way, making marker is essential for each style garments.  Marker width  Marker length  Grain line  Position of pattern pieces  Cutting table  Production plan Activities:
  • 9. Marker Checking  In location that uses the CAD system, the marker information needs to be cross- checked by an operator other than one who complied the marker, before the marker is printed.  This is to ensure that no operator error has occurred.  The marker can then be re-inspected by the Quality Control Department after it has been placed on the lay of fabric prior to cutting.
  • 10. Spreading When the above process is completed, fabric is spread with correct lay height and ply tension. Fabric Type Lay Lay Height No of Ply 100% Cotton Fleece 9 yards 4” - 4.5” 70 Polar Fleece 9 yards 4” - 4.5” 50 100% Cotton Single Jersey 9 yards 3” - 3.5” 110 Cotton Pique 8 yards 3” - 3.5” 90 Lycra Fleece/Terry Fleece 8 yards 3” - 3.5” 80 Interlock 7 yards 2.5” - 3” 70 100% Cotton Rib 7 yards 3” - 3.5” 50 Lycra Pique 7 yards 2.5” - 3” 80 Lycra/Viscose/Polyester 7 yards 2.5” - 3” 85
  • 11. Marker Setting After that, marker have to placed on the top layer of the lay.  Inspect the measurement of marker with pattern size set  If all okay, then Marker is fixed with fabric using tape.  The tape used so that the marker does not move from the fabric during the cutting process. Activities:
  • 12. Cutting Here, fabrics have to cut by maintaining marker.  Straight knife is use to cute the fabric ply according to marker.  Use proper tension for smooth cutting Activities: Panel Size Tolerance 1 cm – 10 cm No Tolerance 11 cm – 30 cm 2 mm 31 cm – 50 cm 5 mm Above 50 cm 1 cm
  • 13. Bundle Card Making Bundle cards carry a unique number (bundle no.) that is made in computer to represent the bundles such as garment size, no. of pieces consist in bundle etc. Bundle cards are attached to each bundle as similar to bundle tickets. When operators work on the bundle they scan bundle card to the terminal. One or multiple cards are issued against each bundle depending on the production system.
  • 14. Numbering After cutting the fabrics, each parts of different style fabrics should be numbered to avoid mixing with the others style fabric parts. Bundling After cutting the fabric lay and tagging the sticker, all the garments components in stack form is shorted out as per size and color. To avoid mistake in sorting, it is better to use code number on each pattern.
  • 15. Panel Check & Replace All cut panels are checked with it’s pattern size. If found any defects it will be replaced with extra cut panel in this process. Print/Embroidery(If Need) Cutting fabric parts have to sent into print or embroidery section if required.
  • 16. Print/Embroidery Panel Check After completing print or embroidery as per requirement it need to be checked again and replace with extra if needed. Ready to Input Cutting parts should be sorting and bundling here to send into the next process.
  • 17. Reports in Cutting Section:  Fabric Received Report  Fabric Quality Report  Fabric Relaxation Report  Fabric Spreading Report  Spreading Quality Inspection Report  Marker Check Report  Daily Cut Panels and Bundling Checking Report  Left Lay length Report  Quality Inspection Report  Replacement Parts Report  Left lay length Re-Report  Input Section Cut panel Received Report  Print panel Inspection Report  Print Panel Replacement Report  Input Section Bundling check Report  Input Section cut panel match Report  Input Section Storing Report  Input Section Delivery Report
  • 18. Machinery Equipment  Straight Knife  Round Knife  Band Knife  Fusing Machine  Heat Seal Machine Straight Knife  Suitable for mass trimming cotton, woolen, linen leather and chemical fiber goods, etc.  Neat cutting, small-curvature radius curvilinear cutting.  Low noise, stable running, easy to operate and high efficiency.  Piping Machine  Plotter  Automatic Numbering Machine  Bundle Card Punch Machine  Bar Code Scanner
  • 19. Round Knife  Easy to handle & operate.  Suitable for cutting single ply as well as multilayer (say 20-30 layers).  To cut the larger part of the garments. Band Knife  Very large productivity for limited products, such as collars, cuff, placket, etc.  Possible to cut 90° angle of the lay.  Intensity of accident is low.
  • 20. Fusing Machine heat presses are often used to apply designs to fabrics, specially designed presses can also be used to imprint designs on mugs, plates, jigsaw puzzles, caps, and other products. Heat Seal Machine Fusing is one of the most important processes involved in apparel manufacturing which affects the appearance of the garment. It also provides support and strength to the specific parts of the garment.
  • 21. Piping Machine This machine used to make piping for shoulder and neck join Plotter  Plotter used computer-aided design in CAD section for marker making.  Easy to use.
  • 22. Automatic Numbering Machine To identify the right garment components of a garment (size, color, and shade) when operators stitch the garment. Bundle Card Punch Machine After print out bundle cards this machine used to punch more than one bundle cards at a single time.
  • 23. Bar Code Scanning Machine Every Bundle Card carry a Unique Numbers. These Unique Numbers need to be scanned by Bar Code Scanning Machine to input in ERP Software