Con­clu­sion

Stitch World - - PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY -

The fac­tory prob­a­bly did not train and en­cour­age op­er­a­tors to sew in hang­ing con­di­tion. It was found when a check was done on a num­ber of sew­ing oper­a­tions which were ex­e­cuted in hang­ing con­di­tion in 8 UPS lines. Sur­pris­ingly, none were found to be in that con­di­tion. Even the large parts were not sewn in hang­ing con­di­tion in as­sem­bly sec­tion, as pieces were of­ten hanged in­verted.

This is a strong case of tech­nol­ogy mis­use; ev­ery fac­tory should em­pha­size on ju­di­cious use of tech­nol­ogy rather than a show­case

( to im­press buy­ers or fel­low man­u­fac­tur­ers). The ba­sic thumb rule for im­ple­ment­ing over­head ma­te­rial han­dling sys­tem seems to be vi­o­lated in all as­pects in the fac­tory.

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