Quality Cantrol and Check


1: Fabric   testing

2: Shrink   testing

3: Pull tests

4:Fatigue tests

5:Buttonhole tests

Garment Requirements:

1:Garment weight & dimensions

2: Garment materials

3: Garment color (including Pantone color codes)

4: Garment markings and labeling such as sizes,

textile composition

Packaging Requirements:

1:Packaging weight and dimensions

2: Shipper’s labeling and marking requirements

3: Shipper’s boxing material requirements

4: Packaging method and  assortment

5:Retail packaging and labeling specifications


How EvoXgear check the quality of the Garment

EvoXgear use a different garment quality control processes should be used at various stages of manufacturing, including pre-production, during production, and post-production, to ensure the quality of a garment. Having a control form for your product is a good starting point. EvoXgear ensures all the parts are of the proper dimensions and made with the correct materials. That can be especially tough if you’re importing and managing your supply chain from a distance. So, having clear guidelines will stand you in good stead. The nature of fabrics and clothing means that managing the size and fit of garments can be a tough challenge. Naturally, this is a focus point in the quality inspection. Generally speaking, an inspector would take a sample of a production lot, which is picked according to the apparel’s Acceptable Quality Limits (AQL) specifications or based on customer requirements. The samples are randomly inspected for defects according to these standards and procedures.

The following are some principles of quality control in the garment industry.

Clothing Quality Control in Pre-production: Pre-production apparel quality control is conducted before production starts. It covers the inspection of fabric and garment samples before they are cut into larger pieces or sewed together. It includes checking if the fabric meets the required standards for: 1: Color fastness properties 2: Texture 3: Technical properties 4: Durability properties 5: Detect any loose threads or holes on seams.

Clothing Quality Control During Production: Inspection during production ensures that garments are produced to meet customer expectations and specifications. These production garment inspections are typically done when around 15-20% of the products have been completed, and they can be done in different ways, including: 1: visual inspection (e.g., assessing cutting, assembling parts, sewing). 2: Measurement. 3: destructive testing.

Quality Control of Finished Garments (Pre-shipment Inspection): Quality control of finished garments is an inspection before the products are shipped to the customer and is done when at least 80% of the order has been packed for shipping. This process helps to detect any defects and reduces the risk of complaints from customers.

The                  inspection                   process                   typically                   includes: Visually inspecting the garment for any flaws visible to the human eye finished product. Checking the labeling. Counting the items in the production lot.

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