CLI cooperates with all kinds of customers, many of whom are engaged in clothing trade, and has rich experience in clothing defects inspection. At the same time, CLI strives to study clothing QA and integrate clothing inspection points.
The QA process of clothing includes: design, production preparation, cutting process, sewing process, ironing process, finished product quality control, post – treatment, etc. Through the study and inspection of products at different stages of production, we know that unqualified operations in various links may cause defects in finished products. The third-party organization’s clothing defects inspection can provide different inspections for different stages of production.
Based on the analysis of many real cases of clothing defects inspection, the reason for the batch defects is the shortage of cutting and sewing technology, which accounts for the majority of the appearance defects, and such defects are common and most easily overlooked. However, the appearance defects will directly affect the normal sales of the products, so the customer’s inspection requirements include not only dimensions but also strict appearance quality inspection standards, which are roughly as follows:
In the above clothing defects inspection, attention should be paid to whether the appearance defects of products affect the use and sales of goods, whether consumers can simply repair themselves, and whether it is a batch problem or a single problem. CLI inspection will objectively describe the problem, provide data and timely inform the customer of the overall quality of the product through a rigorous reporting form. Avoid superficial inspection, fulfill the mission of CLI inspection.
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