Difference between Tailoring and Industrial System for Garment Manufacturing

Last Updated on 30/12/2020

Difference between Tailoring and Industrial System for Garment Manufacturing

Noor Ahmed Raaz
Faculty Member, Dept. of Textile Engineering,
Atish Dipankar University of Science & Technology
Email: raju.uttara105@gmail.com

 

Introduction:
Tailoring and industrial system for garments manufacturing output is same thing but the working technique is different than other. In tailoring system maximum work is done by manual and in industrial system maximum work is done by machine.

Industrial System for Garment Manufacturing
Industrial garment system is a system where garment is produced for mass people according to standard measurement chart. Large number of laborers and different types of machines are required for making dresses. Here, thousands of dresses are made by following an ideal body measurement where maximum of 15minutes is required to make a dress. In the case of industrial garments manufacturing, dress fitting is not perfect for all time and required a higher amount of capital.

Tailoring System for Garment Making:
Tailoring system is a system where garment is made for a particular person according to the body measurement of the person. A small shop with few machines and 1-3 persons is required to run a tailoring process. No need huge investment. In tailoring garment become more perfect as required client.

tailoring and industrial garment manufacturing
Fig: Tailoring and industrial garment manufacturing

Difference between Tailoring and Industrial System for Garment Manufacturing
A garment can be manufactured either or by the both tailoring and industrial systems but still there are some differences between them according to the following points:

FACTORS INDUSTRIAL TAILORING
Garments size Standard body measurement A particular body measurement
Product cost Lower comparing with tailoring. Incurs higher production cost.
Investment cost A significant capital is required. Lower capital is introduced comparing with industrial.
Time Less time is required to make a complete garment (1 – 2 minutes approximately) It takes more time (usually 1 – 2 hours)
Wastage Less wastage due to efficient planning at every stage. More wastage due to incompetent planning.
Body fitting Garment fitting may not be well for all Fit exactly with the body.
Man power Involve a large amount of personnel A least amount of personnel is involved.
Requirement of patterns Must obvious for a large amount of production at a time and for planning accurately. Since a single piece of garment to be produced it does not require any pattern.
Number of machines Different types of machine for different types of stitches. The garment requires one or a few variety of stitches so one or a few variety of machine is enough..
Space Large space is required for setting up different sections. A small room is quite enough.
Packaging After make the garment. Its must wrap by penchant of customer. Garments are supplies without gorgeous packing.
Risk Thousand of garments are making at a time so the risk of garment making is high. Unit of garment making, so the risk of garments making is less.
Grading Grading is important to take in industrial garments manufacturing process. No need to grading
Cutting Multiple plies of fabric are used during cutting. Single ply/lay of fabric is used during cutting.

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