Stitch World OC­TO­BER 2017 Ques­tion

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There are some semi-au­to­matic work­sta­tions avail­able for sewing like welt pocket mak­ing, pocket at­tach­ing in jeans, etc. Do you think such semi-au­to­matic ma­chines are suc­cess­ful in Asia? What should be the max­i­mum pay­back pe­riod for such ma­chines to be con­sid­ered as suc­cess­ful/value added propo­si­tions? What are the pa­ram­e­ters (qual­ity, pro­duc­tiv­ity, any other) which you should con­sider to de­cide on the adop­tion of au­to­matic ma­chines in your or­ga­ni­za­tion? Have you ever thought about (or at­tempted) im­pro­vis­ing the ex­ist­ing sewing ma­chines to cre­ate some­thing sim­i­lar? Can any break­down of such ma­chines be re­paired by lo­cal en­gi­neers? Do you think in-house en­gi­neers are more ca­pa­ble for han­dling th­ese break­downs?

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