Design of clothing manufacturing processes: A systematic by Jelka Geršak

By Jelka Geršak

The period of mass production of garments and different cloth items is coming to an finish; what's rising is a post-industrial construction approach that's capable of in achieving the aim of mass-customised, low quantity creation, the place the traditional borders among product layout, creation and consumer are commencing to merge. there's a have to layout higher garments production approaches grounded in technology, know-how, and administration to aid the garments to compete extra successfully. layout of garments production techniques stories key matters within the layout of extra fast, built-in and versatile garments production techniques.

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J. and Daniels, P. N. (2002), Textile terms and definitions, 11th Edition, Manchester, Textile Institute. EN 340:2003 Protective clothing: General requirements, December 2003. EN 342:2004 Protective clothing against cold. EN 343:2003+A1:2007 Protective clothing Protection against rain. EN 381–1:1993 Protective clothing for users of hand-held chainsaws Part 1: Test rig for testing resistance to cutting by a chainsaw. EN 469:2007 Protective clothing for firefighters – Performance requirements for protective clothing for firefighting.

Where there is a need for larger sizes, the type of garment size may be extended from XXS and/or from 3XL. 4 (EN 13402–3, 2004). Letter codes for women’s garments consist of the sum of the interval of two numeric bust girths. For men’s garments, the code is the sum of the interval of two numeric chest girths. 6 The JUS clothing sizing systems Slovenia still uses a garment-sizing and designation system based on the requirements of the JUS15 standard. It is based on body height and figure type 15 JUS [Ju(goslovanski) s(tandard)] – former Yugoslav industrial standard.

These tables have never been accepted in practice (Dán and Déri, 1998). , 2004). 2 3 Commercial Standards (CS) – commercial standards, developed by the industry, with the administrative and technical support of the Standards department at the National Bureau of Standards (NBS, (now NIST). Each commercial standard was afterwards subjected to further revisions and substitutions (NIST, 2011b). ISO [Engl. I(nternational) S(tandardising) O(rganization)] – The International Organisation for Standardisation is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies (ISO member bodies), including 157 states (one member per state) with the Secretary General coordinating the system in Geneva.

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