By Scott Chin • 06/24 @ 6:03 • Why is the Folding Process so Important for Wallets?已关闭评论
When the importers select the wallet manufacturer, it basically requires the factory to sample and send it to them. After receiving the samples, the importer can check their design, workmanship and quality, or arrange a third party to carry out bag folding inspection to determine whether the first cooperation can be carried out. There are still many importers who will choose to send samples to the laboratory for testing, so make sure to Avoid fake testing samples at this time.If the importer is a bag expert , he will certainly notice the the edge of the product.But there are still some importers who do not know every product as well because the variety of products are sold by them. When checking the quality of the product, the key point is generally on leather and sewing, and they do not know much about the meaning of the width of the fold. For inspectors, bag folding inspection is also an important part of functional inspection.
Question 1. What is the folding process?
Without the processing of chemical raw materials or physical operations, workers need to fold the excess leather, wrap the edges and corners, sew with a folding machine, and trim the excess leather neatly. The width of the fold is usually about 0.5cm, which is also determined according to the customer’s requirements and different styles of products. Some customers also require the width of the fold to be measured when bag folding inspection is in progress.
Question 2. What are the characteristics of the folding process?
Question 3: Why is the folding process the first choice for the corner treatment of bag products?
The operation speed is faster and the product delivery period will be shortened. Moreover, the processing steps are relatively simple, unlike oil edges, the workers will have to expend a lot of effort to polish once,if the factory does not have a grinder. The manufacturer certainly hopes to finish the large goods as soon as possible, so generally the folding process is preferred.
Although the above mentioned steps are simple, the manufacturer cannot omit the details. For example, before folding, the width of the edge should be determined first, and then thinning should be done. The thinning is not optional, and the processing of the corner needs certain technology. Every corner of the product should be carefully inspected during bag folding inspection, rather than just looking at the overall appearance. In our CLI Quality report, every detail of the product can be clearly reflected.
The quality of the products can be seen directly from the folding of the edges, how many attentions the manufacturers pay, the details really can be showed to determine success or failure. Every importer can start from the details, find the loopholes and prevent the subsequent loss of benefits.
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