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Guidelines

Fabric Store and Cutting Room Management

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title

Page No.

General Introduction

3

Section A - Fabric Store

4

Process Flow Chart

Fabric Store Activity Chart

Section B - Cutting Room

6

Process Flow Chart

Process Description

Cutting Room Activity Chart

Material Movement

11

Material Storage

12

Annexure

15

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General Introduction

The first stage in the manufacture of garments is the cutting of materials into the necessary pattern shapes. These are then joined together by means of seams to create three-dimensional garments. Where large quantities of a garment style must be cut, a lay is created which consists of many plies of fabric spread one above the other. From this, all the garment pieces for all the sizes that have been planned for that lay are cut. The pattern shapes for these garments may be drawn on a paper marker placed on top of the lay, or information as to their shape and position may be held within a computer, to be plotted similarly on a paper marker or used to drive an automatic cutter.

Why cutting room management is so important?

Cutting room is an extremely important section in the garment manufacturing process which has a major impact on the profitability of the business. Following are the few reasons which describe the importance of the efficient management of the cutting room in garment manufacturing process:

Cutting room being the feeding point to the factory has massive impact on all the further processes of garment manufacturing i.e. sewing, finishing etc.

Efficient and well planned operations in cutting room ensures smooth flow of work to all further processes and can definitely lift up the utilization of the available resources.

Cutting room controls the utilization of fabric which is the biggest contributor to the cost of any garment. Even small wastage or saving of the fabric will have a huge affect on the margins of the orders.

Cutting being the first operation of garment manufacturing lays the foundation of quality of the garment to be made. Any imperfection in cutting process can result in non-conformance of the quality standards of all further processes.

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FABRIC STORE

1. Process Flow Chart:

Greige Fabric Greige Fabric Test Greige Purchase **Purchase Greige Greige Approved Approved Receipt Receipt
Greige Fabric
Greige Fabric
Test
Greige
Purchase
**Purchase
Greige
Greige
Approved
Approved
Receipt
Receipt
Report
Fabric
Order /
Order /
Merchandiser
Fabric Insp.
Fabric Insp.
swatch
swatch
register
Register
Register
Indent
Indent
Approval
Report
Report
KnitterKnitter
Knitter
Greige Fabric
Greige Fabric
Greige Fabric
QuarantineQuarantine AreaArea
Quarantine Area
PassPass RacksRacks
Pass Racks
Pass
Processors
ProcessorsProcessors
Fabric
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Rolls received
Rolls received
Rolls received
Lab Test
Inspection
Fabric weight/ GSM
Fabric weight/ GSM
Confirmation
Confirmation
Approved
Lab
Dip
Reject / Held
For Decision
Reject
Bulk Lot
submission
Bulk lot
Approval
card
RejectReject RacksRacks
Merchandiser
Test
Approval
Report
Knitting
Reconciliation
Register
Y
Quarantine
Approval
N
Area
Fabric
GSM Confirmation
In house
Approved
Approved
Approved
Lot cards
Inspection
Pass
Pass
Lab Test
Racks
Racks
GSM
Processed
Report
Fabric receipt
Fabric Insp.
Register
Not Approved
Not Approved
Report
Reject
Reject
Not Approved
Racks
Racks

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2) Fabric Storage

The fabric as received from the processing is kept in the quarantine area before storing in heavy duty fabric storage racks. It is the responsibility of fabric stores in-charge to store the fabric safely & correctly. The fabric stores in charge records every day fabric stock in Fabric Stock Register.

3) Fabric Inspection

Before issuing the fabric to any further process proper inspection is carried out for the received lot of fabric to judge whether the quality of the received fabric is as per the approved standards or not. The inspection should be done as explained in the audit report. Only approved quality fabric is issued to the next process. Along with the physical quality inspection certain lab test like GSM, colour fastness, shrinkage etc are also carried out on the fabric. Fabric is classified as pass only if the test result conforms to the set standards.

4) Fabric Issue

Fabric after inspection is kept in different racks as per the result of the inspection carried out. Based on the results of the inspection the fabric is classified under 3 different categories, which are:

Pass

Reject

On hold

Fabric under these 3 categories should be kept in different racks to avoid any mixing and

all racks should have proper information of the fabric being stored in them for easy access. The fabric department issues the fabric to the cutting department against Fabric Requisition Slip and makes the entry in Fabric Issue Register.

C. Fabric Stores Activity Chart

Activity

Activity

Resources

Resources

Output

Output

Check Receipts

Check Receipts

Stores In -

Stores In -Charge

Quality measurement of

Quality measurement of

the received material

the received material

Issue Stocks

Issue Stocks

Stores In -Charge

Stores In -Charge

Meet the requirement of

Meet the requirement of

the various departments

the various departments

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CUTTING ROOM

a. CUTTING PROCESS FLOW CHART

Pattern Copy Fabric Details
Pattern
Copy
Fabric
Details
Cutting Plan
Cutting
Plan
Lay order Report
Lay order
Report
Cutting Worksheet
Cutting
Worksheet
Fabric Fabric Fabric Fabric Request Request Receipt Receipt
Fabric Fabric
Fabric Fabric
Request Request
Receipt Receipt

Cut order and

Lay

Planning

Request Receipt Receipt Cut order and Lay Planning Spreading End Bits Register Parts Parts Replacement
Spreading End Bits Register
Spreading
End Bits
Register
order and Lay Planning Spreading End Bits Register Parts Parts Replacement Replacement Not O.K. Cuts Indent
order and Lay Planning Spreading End Bits Register Parts Parts Replacement Replacement Not O.K. Cuts Indent
order and Lay Planning Spreading End Bits Register Parts Parts Replacement Replacement Not O.K. Cuts Indent
Parts Parts Replacement Replacement Not O.K. Cuts Indent O.K. Lay Issuance Issuance of Cuts/ of
Parts Parts Replacement Replacement
Not
O.K.
Cuts Indent
O.K.
Lay
Issuance Issuance of Cuts/ of Cuts Excess
Fabric
Cutting Cut
Checking Checking
Bundling Bundling
Reconciliation
Cutting
Report
Issue
Cutting
Audit Report
Register
Report

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b. PROCESS DESCRIPTION

1) Cutting Planning:

Cutting Room Planning is very important and should be done for every order. Good planning helps in better utilization of available resources and improving cutting room efficiencies. The cutting plan should be made well in advance to allocate resources and check on fabric availability & flow for the planned cutting. Various things that should be kept in mind while making cutting plan are:-

i) Requirements of sewing room

ii) Availability & flow of raw-material i.e. fabric

iii) Available Manpower

iv) Constraints of work-place

2) Cutting Work order:

The planning department issues a cutting work order to the cutting department for commencing cutting for any particular order. The work order states the size wise quantity to be cut in that style and the fabric required for the total quantity mentioned in the work order. The cutting In-charge makes a daily cutting plan for the work order quantity and does the resource allocation. The work order also gives an estimate of the fabric that should be taken from the fabric store.

3) Fabric Receipt:

The cutting room in charge requests fabric from the fabric store based on the daily cutting plan made by the cutting room executive. The fabric is requested using Fabric Requisition Slip format. The cutting room helper gets the fabric from the stores & transfers it to cutting room with the help of fabric movement trolley. The fabric received is stored in the fabric racks within the cutting-room.

4) Fabric Relaxation

The fabric received in the roll form should be relaxed for at least 12 hours under standard conditions before spreading. This is done in order to take out any tension in the fabric imparted during finishing or winding so as to avoid any distortion while spreading or cutting.

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5) Marker Request

The Cutting Executive requests the marker from the CAD department on a format called CAD Marker Requisition Slip. The details of the fabric (e.g. width) received from fabric store needs to be provided to the CAD room for marker so that the provided marker could be adjusted as per the received fabric to minimise wastage.

6) Spreading & Marking

Before Spreading, the lay plan should be prepared & a lay order slip is generated by the cutting executive. The lay order slip provides all relevant details to the spreader for the lay i.e. style, fabric width, no. of plies, marker way, consumption for that lay etc. The spreader has to follow the lay-order slip for considerations during spreading & if she founds any deviations in the actual, it should be reported to the cutting executive. After the spreading is done, the lay should be checked by the QC and a format called Cutting Room Inspection Report is generated. After the lay is cleared by the QC, it goes for next operation i.e. marking. The marking could be done manually by patterns or paper marker could be fixed on top ply to make it ready for manual cutting.

7) Cutting

The ready to cut lay is moved onto the area allocated for cutting within the spreading & cutting table. Air-flotation table is used for easy movement of lays. The cutter cuts the lay with the straight-knife along the marker lines. For any small parts or sharp turns, where precision can’t be achieved by straight knife, the parts can be taken to band knife after block-cutting. For some styles (e.g. engineered stripes) where lay cutting is not possible due to matching of stripes, single piece cutting is done with the help of scissors.

8) Numbering & Bundling

Once the lay is cut the cut parts are numbered, all parts that makes one complete garments are given same number so as to avoid any mismatching of shade. After numbering the pieces are bundled into a group of certain pieces. The size of the bundle is decided by the cutting-room in charge, in discussion with the sewing floor in charge.

9) Quality Audit

All bundles need to be audited for quality before issuing to the sewing lines. Quality audit on the bundled garments is done by the cutting-room auditor who checks the bundles for bundle ticket descriptions, correct sequence of ply numbers, presence of all parts etc. as

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mentioned in the format. The second audit checks for the pieces w.r.t. the shade matching, notch positioning, etc. These audits are conducted following the AQL chart specifications & a format called Cutting Section Bundle Audit is filled.

10) Issue to the Sewing Line

The cut bundles are issued to the sewing line on request from sewing line supervisor. Detail for issued pieces is maintained in the Cutting Issue Register. The cutting issue register records the size wise issue to each line for a particular order. Along with the bundles the cutting department also gives to the sewing line a format called Production Issue Slip containing details of the bundles issued like bundle no, size, no of pieces etc.

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C. Cutting Activity Chart:

Activity

Resources

Output

Request Fabric

Cutting Executive/Cutting In Charge

Availability of fabric as per the cutting plan

Request Marker

Cutting Executive

Availability of marker according to the usable width of the fabric.

Lay Planning

Cutting Executive

Achieve optimum utilisation of cutting resources.

Spreading

Spreaders

Preparation for cutting

Cutting

Cutting In-charge

To meet the cutting plan

Bundling/ Ticketing

Bundling Helper

Prepare the cuts for issuance

Random Audit

Checkers/QC

Check the bundles for conformity

Issue Pilot Run

Cutting In charge

To meet the cutting plan.

Issue Bulk cut

Cutting In charge

To meet the cutting plan.

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MATERIAL MOVEMENT

Fabric store and cutting room involves lot of material movement between different operations. The material i.e. fabric is in the form of heavy rolls therefore specially designed material movement equipments are required for saving time and manpower. Following is the list of certain material movement that take place in Fabric store & Cutting room with suggested mode of movement.

Item

Description

From

To

Material

Movement

Equipment

Fabric

Fabric Unloading

Vehicle

Quarantine Area

Fabric Trolley

Fabric

Fabric Movement

Quarantine

Inspection

Fabric Trolley

Area

Machine

Fabric

Fabric Movement (Pass/Rejected)

Inspection

Racks

Fabric Trolley

Machine

Fabric

Fabric Movement

Racks

Spreading Table

Fabric Trolley

Cutting Waste

Packed in sacks

Cutting table

Waste storage

Waste sack

room

Trolley

Cut Parts

Cut parts movement

CNC table

Fusing Machine

Bakers Trolley

Cut Parts

Cut parts movement

CNC table

Numbering Table

Bakers Trolley

Cut Parts

Cut parts movement

Numbering

Bundling Table

Bakers Trolley

Table

Bundles

Cut parts movement

Bundling

Audit Table

Bakers Trolley

Table

Audited

Cut parts movement

Audit Table

Sewing Lines

Bakers Trolley

Bundles

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MATERIAL STORAGE

Proper housekeeping is an important compliance feature and improves the overall working environment of the company as well. Work in progress (WIP) generated at different stages of operations should be identified along with the quantity of the material to be stored. The storage medium should be selected as per the nature of the material, process and also the subsequent operations to have ease of working and to reduce the wastages that occur due to improper storage.

Material

Description

 

Storage Type

Fabric

Fabric rolls

 

Heavy duty multi level metal racks

Cut Parts

Bundled parts for audit

 

Multi level bakers trolley

Cut Parts

Bundled

parts

for

issuing

to

Multi level bakers trolley

sewing

End Bits

Balance fabric from rolls

 

Multi level metal racks

Pattern

Patterns for an style

 

Pattern trolley

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Fabric Store-

Space Requirement for Fabric Stores

The fabric store area should be calculated based on the assumption that how many days of fabric inventory company wants to keep and the kind of storage arrangements available for the fabric store. Let’s understand this with the help of an example:

Fabric WIP in days = 7 Total fabric weight = 50,000 kg Average fabric roll weight = 25 kg No. of rolls for 7 days inventory = 50,000 / 25 = 2,000 rolls No. of rolls that comes in one rack = 75 No. of racks required = 2,000 / 75 = 27 racks Area is required for one rack = 42 sq ft Area required for 27 racks = 42 X 27 = 1,134 sq ft

Now, other areas like aisle space, cabin area, space for inspection machines etc. should be added into this to get the final area of the fabric store.

As a thumb rule the calculated area should be multiplied by 2.5 to get the total fabric store area.

Total fabric store area = 1,134 X 2.5 = 2,835 sq ft

The layout of the fabric store should be made after the calculating the number of racks or any other kind of proposed storage required. While designing the layout pf the fabric store enough aisle space between two racks so as to facilitate easy movement of material movement equipment and manpower. Space should be allocated for quarantine area for keeping the fabric immediately after receiving.

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Cutting Room-

Space Requirement for Cutting Room:

The cutting room should have enough space to house all necessary equipments and manpower, to add to it the cutting room should have sufficient space for storing fabric rolls of running lays and cut bundles and WIP of at least one day of feeding for the sewing section.

As a thumb rule, the cutting room area should be equivalent to 40% of the sewing section area. For e.g. If sewing section area is 10,000 sq ft, then

Cutting room area = 10,000 X 40% = 4,000 sq ft

It should be noted that this area is exclusive of the fabric storage area. The layout of the cutting room should be made so as to have forward flow of work and to avoid backward movement of the material between different operations. There should be provision for parking the trolleys and storage racks for storing the end bits and WIP.

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ANNEXURE

Piece Quality Control Inspection Report

Fabric Supplier Date of Inspection Style no/ Priority No. Require GSM Total rolls received Total
Fabric Supplier
Date of Inspection
Style no/ Priority No.
Require GSM
Total rolls received
Total yards Insp
Total penalty points
Reject Shipment
Accept Shipment
Inspected by
Points per 100 square meter
Roll
Colour
Width
Length
GSM
Shade
Penalty points
Total
Point
Rejection
Comments
Number
Ordered
Actual
On roll
Actual
Ordered
actual
diff
Hole
Soil
Fabric
points
per 100
Minimum
Maximum
yards
defect
yards
Points per 100 sq meters
:
Total Points X GSM
X
100
Weight

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Fabric Checking Sticker

Fabric

Fabric

Color

Color

Content

Content

Date of checking

Date of checking

GSM

GSM

Than No.

Than No.

Weight

Weight

Fabric

Fabric

Color

Color

Content

Content

Date of checking

Date of checking

GSM

GSM

Weight

Weight

Than No.

Than No.

Fabric

Fabric

Color

Color

Content

Content

Date of checking

Date of checking

GSM

GSM

Weight

Weight

Than No.

Than No.

Fabric

Fabric

Color

Color

Content

Content

Date of checking

Date of checking

GSM

GSM

Weight

Weight

Than No.

Than No.

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Quantity

Quantity

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

                             
                   

Bundle #

Bundle #

1

1

2

2

3

3

4

4

5

5

6

6

7

7

8

8

9

9

10

10

11

11

12

12

                     
                 

Shortage

Shortage

(negative

(negative

excess)

excess)

implies

implies

sign

sign

-36

-36

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

The Cut #, Marker #, colors, size, Quantity, Total quantity, average consumption, Marker consumption, No. of Plies, Bundle # and details of Bundles are filled by the Cutting incharge (cut

The Cut #, Marker #, colors, size, Quantity, Total quantity, average consumption, Marker consumption, No. of Plies, Bundle # and details of Bundles are filled by the Cutting incharge (cut

1.

1.

 

Total(Incl

Total(Incl

Extra)

Extra)

               

End bit

End bit

sticker

sticker

#

#

1

1

2

2

3

3

4

4

5

5

6

6

7

7

                               
                 

End bit

End bit

Actual

Actual

1

1

1

1

0.5

0.5

1

1

0.75

0.75

1

1

1

1

                               

Cut order Plan / Lay order / Reconciliation sheet

Cut order Plan / Lay order / Reconciliation sheet

 

Total(Incl Extra) Order

Total(Incl Extra) Order

1442

1442

             

Number of

Number of

Actual

Actual

plies

plies

7

7

7

7

7

7

9

9

7

7

6

6

7

7

                               

XXL

XXL

Order

Order

1400

1400

             

Consumption

Consumption

Marker

Marker

0.03

0.03

                                           

XL

XL

Total(Incl Extra)

Total(Incl Extra)

0Order

0Order

1030

1030

             

Consumption

Consumption

0.04

0.04

                                           

Order

Order

1000

1000

             

Than weight

Than weight

20

20

20

20

20

20

25

25

20

20

18

18

23

23

                               

The Actual no. of plies, Actual End bits, shortage Extra are eneterd after the spreading is over by the spreader

The Actual no. of plies, Actual End bits, shortage Extra are eneterd after the spreading is over by the spreader

3.

3.

L

L

Total(Incl

Total(Incl

Extra)

Extra)

1030

1030

             

Than #

Than #

1

1

2

2

4

4

7

7

8

8

9

9

11

11

                               

Order

Order

1000

1000

             

Fabric

Fabric

Type

Type

50 Single Jersey

50 Single Jersey

           

144

144

         

Single Jersey

Single Jersey

             

Single Jersey

Single Jersey

 

order plan for a particular P.O.#) as soon as he receives the cutting order from MH

order plan for a particular P.O.#) as soon as he receives the cutting order from MH

The Than #, Than weight is to be filled by the L ayer man after getting the Fabric

The Than #, Than weight is to be filled by the L ayer man after getting the Fabric

2

2

 

Total(Incl

Total(Incl

Extra)

Extra)

1030

1030

             

Planned

Planned

no. of

no. of

plies

plies

                                             
 

M

M

Order

Order

1000

1000

             

Quantit

Quantit

Total

Total

y

y

3600

3600

                         

3600

3600

           

3600

3600

 

S

S

Total(Incl

Total(Incl

Extra)

Extra)

1030

1030

             

Quantity

Quantity

1200

1200

                       

1200

1200

1200

1200

           

1200

1200

 

Order

Order

1000

1000

             

Size

Size

S

S

                       

M

M

XXL

XXL

           

XXL

XXL

 

Size

Size

 

5400 Color

5400 Color

 

Color5562

Color5562

Color

Color

Color

Color

Color

Color

Color

Color

 

Color

Color

2 Black

2 Black

                       

Black

Black

             

Black

Black

 
                   

Marker #

Marker #

                                             

2321P.O#

2321P.O#

qwStyle#

qwStyle#

Quantity

Quantity

3% ColorExtra

3% ColorExtra

Total (Incl Extra)

Total (Incl Extra)

         

Cut #

Cut #

- 1

- 1

2321

2321

                                           

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Re-Cutting Requisition Slip Buyer : Fabric : Line : Style : Colour : Date :
Re-Cutting Requisition Slip
Buyer :
Fabric :
Line :
Style :
Colour :
Date :
Part
Defect Cause Due to
S.No
Qty
Size
Defect
Name
S.No
Fabric
Cutting
Sewing
Time In
Time out
Requested By
Approved By
Received By

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End Bits Details

Date Cut No. Than No. Color weight
Date
Cut No.
Than No.
Color
weight

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Fabric Utilisation Report (Weight) P. No. Style No. Colour Date Balance Balance Marker Estimated No.
Fabric Utilisation Report (Weight)
P. No.
Style No.
Colour
Date
Balance
Balance
Marker
Estimated
No. of
No.of
End Bit
Shortage
Total
S. No.
Cut No.
after Single
after
Way
Consumption
Plies
Garments
Weight
/ Excess
Weight
Ply Cutting
Recut
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Total No. of garments cut
=
%
Shortage / Excess
=
Total Shortage / Exces
Total Weight
=
%
End Bits
=
Total End Bit Weight
Total Weight
=
Average Actual Consumption
=
Total Weight
Total no. of garments
=
Variation from
Approved Consu
=
Actual Consumption - Approved Consumption
=
Prepared by
Cutting Incharge
Factory Manager
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Cutting team 3

Cutting team 2

Cutting Team 1

Spreading 6

TABLE2

Spreading Team 1 Spreading Team 2 Spreading Team 3 Spreading Team 4 Spreading Team 5

Pieces

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SpreadingActual :

Cutting team 3

TABLEPLANNINGBOARD

Cutting team 2

PRODUCTIONBOARD

Cutting Team 1

Spreading 6

SpreadingTeam1 Spreading Team2 Spreading 3 Team Spreading Team 4 Spreading Team 5

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TABLE1

Y'DAY'SDHU

Pieces

PRODN.

Y'DAY'S

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NO. OF OPERATORS Y'DAY'SEFFICIENCY

COLOUR

Spreading Planned:

STYLE#

9:00- 9:30 9:30 - 10:00 10:00- 10:30 10:30- 11:00 11:00- 11:30 11:30- 12:00 12:00- 12:30 12:30- 1:00 1:30- 2:00 2:00- 2:30 2:30- 3:00 3:00- 3:30 3:30- 4:00 4:00- 4:30 4:30- 5:00 5:00- 5:30

TIME

LINE

3
4

5

6

7
8

1
2

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PRODUCTION: Table 9.00-11.00 11.00-1.00 1.30-3.30 3.30-5.30 TOTAL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
PRODUCTION:
Table
9.00-11.00
11.00-1.00
1.30-3.30
3.30-5.30
TOTAL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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Spreading Losses – Data Collection Date Table LayNo. No. of Plies laylength Marker length Laywidth
Spreading Losses – Data Collection
Date
Table
LayNo.
No. of Plies
laylength
Marker length
Laywidth
Marker width
Overlaplength
No. of overlaps

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Spreading Losses Calculation Date Lay No. No. of Plies No. of meters in lay 0.00
Spreading Losses Calculation
Date
Lay No.
No. of Plies
No. of meters in lay
0.00
lay length
Marker length
End loss
Actual
0.00
Standard
2
Excess (CM/Ply)
-2.00
Meters per Lay (End Loss)
0.00
Lay width
Marker width
width loss
Actual
0.00
Standard
2.00
Excess (CM/Ply)
-2.00
Meters per lay
#DIV/0!
Overlap length
Actual (Average)
Standard
15.24
Excess (Av) CM
-15.24
No. of overlaps
Total o/l loss (m/lay)
0.00
Total excess losses
#DIV/0!
% of meters in lay
#DIV/0!
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End Bits Details Cuttable Date Cut No. Than No. / Roll No. Color Non Cuttable
End Bits Details
Cuttable
Date
Cut No.
Than No. / Roll No.
Color
Non Cuttable
After first layering
After second layering
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Table Utilization Report Date Table Number Readings Time Time Planned Time Lost Time spent Spent
Table Utilization Report
Date
Table Number
Readings
Time
Time
Planned
Time Lost
Time
spent
Spent
Cut No.
Plies
SAM / Ply
Start
End
Actual
Time
Time
Time
Time
inRoll / Than
Loading
Time LostSplicing /
Defective fabric
Lost(any
Un-utilized
time within a
when lay
when
removing
other)
lay
is waiting
table is
for cutting
idle
Total

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Fabric Utilisation Report (Weight) P. No. Style No. Colour Date Balance Balance Estimated No. of
Fabric Utilisation Report (Weight)
P. No.
Style No.
Colour
Date
Balance
Balance
Estimated
No. of
No.of
End Bit
Shortage
Total
Marker WayS.
No.
Cut No.
after Single
after
Consumption
Plies
Garments
Weight
/ Excess
Weight
Ply Cutting
Recut
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
 

=

=

=

Actual Co nsumption - Approved Consumption

=

 

Total Shortage / Excess Total Weight

Total End Bit Weight Total Weight

Total Weight Total no. of garments

=

=

=

=

=

 

Total No. of garments cut

Shortage / Excess

End Bits

Average Actual Consumption

Variation from Approved Consumption

 

%

%

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Cut Audit Report Date: Style: PNo. Inspected by: Accept/ Reject Cut No: Size: DHU: No.of
Cut Audit Report
Date:
Style:
PNo.
Inspected by:
Accept/
Reject
Cut No:
Size:
DHU:
No.of Bundles:
AQL:
Sample Size:
Bundles
No.of Parts:
AQL:
Sample Size:
Parts
PiecesNo.of
Pieces:
AQL:
Sample Size:
Bundle Inspection
S.
No.
Bundle
Bundle
Part(s)
No. of
Remarks
No.
Ticket
Pieces
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SUM
Piece Inspection
S.
No.
Bundle
Ply
Shade
Notch Position*
Others
Matching
Remarks
(for matching parts)No.
No.
(all parts)
(based on AQL)
(based on AQL)
0/1, per gmt
0/1, per part
0/1, per part
0/1, per gmt
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
SUM
DHU = (a + b + c + d)/(no. of pieces checked x parts/piec =
In case of second inspection, please mention here :
QA Manager
Cutting Incharge
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