Optimization of Production process in Sewing Work for Ethiopia Cultural Clothe Apparel Production

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  • Solomon Tilahun Bahir Dar universty

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31695/IJERAT.2020.3631

Keywords:

Habasha Kamiss, Sewing Work Aid, Productivity

Abstract

Purpose: - In the domestic production of garments, the more time is wasted for the handling of fabric. To reduce this wastage in garment production of sewing work aids required. These work aids are not only used to reduce the handling time but also used to improve the quality of the garments. The extent of process control in maintaining the processing parameters at the desired level can be reduced thereby maintaining quality & increasing productivity.

Design/Methodology/Approach:-the researcher used types of machines used for each process, working hours of the garments, time taken and daily production of cultural dress style was enlisted and recorded as well. Those data were collected while the garments were manufactured without using work aids and appropriate work aids were developed and also when those same garments were manufactured in the sewing line with using sewing work aids in small scale enterprises.  

Findings: - Folders for dressmakers is a vital tool of any garment manufacturing special in the sewing section. Sewing work aid mostly affects the production rate and quality of clothes that perceive customers. The cultural clothe makers have no how the sewing work aid use in the garment making.

Originality: This work and that all contributions from any other persons or sources are properly and duly cited. I further declare that the material has not been submitted either in whole or in part and the research identifies the bottleneck and proposes the solution. Small Scale Enterprises should improve in terms of quantity and quality to maintain in the market (competitiveness’) and sustain the growth in order to change their status to a medium level that the Enterprise use different productivity improvement techniques such as the utilization of manpower, effective use of machines by use of some kinds of time-saving devices that facilitate operators to perform their work effectively with less effort and short time.

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Tilahun, S. (2020). Optimization of Production process in Sewing Work for Ethiopia Cultural Clothe Apparel Production. International Journal of Engineering Research and Advanced Technology (ijerat) (E-ISSN 2454-6135) DOI: 10.31695/IJERAT, 6(8), 51–62. https://doi.org/10.31695/IJERAT.2020.3631

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