Production Process - Why Many Australia Clothing Brands Choose Us?
Wink Gal team has an impressive 13 years of textile industry experience, who can produce a vast array of garment styles for your purposes.
Our 70+ workers are experienced in the textile clothing industry and many of them have been with us for over 5 years. Our factory also houses in excess of 40 machines to process 15 step of manufacturing, with varying specialist purposes, meaning that our monthly capacity is over 100,000 pieces! In the meantime, take a look at our factory in Guangzhou in pictures below.
1. Obtaining The Fabrics
Our factory has high standards for inspecting the fabrics. If there're any fabrics irregularities, the whole batch of fabric will be rejected or replaced.
2. Inspect FabricsThe fabrics from the factory are inspected for colour, weight, defects, print quality, the hand feels, construction and visual appearance upon arrival.
After inspecting the fabrics, the fabrics were sent to the pre-shrinking machine, which keeps the fabric stable. Some special fabrics will shrink slightly if they're cut and sewn directly without 72 hours of pre-shrinking.
4. Stretch Fabric
After the relaxation of fabric, it will be sent to the automatic cloth drawing machine. Then it can proceed to the next step.
5. CuttingThe lay is cut by using a cutting machine. For single-ply and a small number of plies, hand scissors are used.
6. Quality Checking In Cutting Section
In the cutting section, the quality of the cut components like notches, pattern shape, components measurement, and major fabric defects (hole in the fabric, cut mark, etc.) are checked. Parts measurement is taken from the top, middle, and bottom plies and compared with the actual patterns, and shapes, etc. When Find the unqualified cut, replace immediately.
7.Semi-Finished ProcessIf you design with beads and embroidery, it will do embroidery on the garment panels.
8. SewingGarment panels are stitched together by sewing machines. Quality checkers or supervisors are inspecting the garments randomly to check the seam quality, the shape of the garment, and other specifications to rectify the mistakes in advance.
9. Sew ButtonholeThe buttonholes are usually finished with stitching by a sewing machine. Buttons and buttonholes are commonly used in some products, like tops, knits and coats.
10.Initial Garment Checking
Visual inspection and measurement checking are done in the initial checking. Finishing checkers check for loose and uncut threads, ply numbering stickers, garment construction, garment labeling.
Checkers also check for stitching defects in seams, fabric defects in the garment and any other kind of defects those need to be repaired.
So, all stitching defects are sent to a repair tailors.
11.IroningCreases and wrinkles in unfinished garments are removed and give a fresh look to the apparel products, then garments are rechecked for measurement and visuals inspection.
Shade variation, correct labeling of size and content labels are check in this stage. Any defective garment detected at this stage is sent back for repairing.
Now that your garments are complete, the last stage is called finishing. This involves first trimming loose threads, measuring again to make sure they hit specs.
At this stage, we will hang tags and attach labels to the clothes. We will check again to ensure that there is no quality problem of the clothes that will enter the packaging area.
14.Garment Folding And PackingFolding: The finished garments are then folded in a specific dimension.
Packing: The folded garment is packed into a polybag to keep it fresh. Different types of packing accessories are used to keep the garment in the desired shape.
15.Garment FinishedThe packed clothes are packed into boxes and ready for delivery.
Whether you are a renowned Designer or chain store owner, Wink Gal team will take a look at your design and discuss your requirements and help you understand the best materials and fabrics needed to create your perfect piece or collection. Contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to come to visit our factory.