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Conceptual framework— Provided of the manufacturing process for future apparel professionals. Content divided into five parts— Focuses on the factors that determine the cost, price, quality, performance, and value of garments. Specific roles of design and technical design are enhanced with new sections on establishing garment fit and finishing.
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Grace I. Glock, Iowa State University. If You're an Educator Request a copy Additional order info. If You're a Student Buy this product Additional order info. Overview Features Contents Order Overview. Description Our goal for the 4 th edition Apparel Manufacturing: Sewn Product Analysis remains the same as it was for the first edition: to provide a broad conceptual and somewhat theoretical perspective of apparel manufacturing that will serve as a foundation for future apparel professionals.
We have consulted professionals, industry trade associations, visited factories in national and international locations, and participated in numerous apparel related conferences and workshops to supplement academic research and personal observations. Series This product is part of the following series. Fashion Series. Global, integrated perspective. PART I. Organization of the Apparel Business. Nature of Apparel. Structure of the Apparel Industry. Globalization of Apparel Manufacturing.
Marketing Strategies. Marketing Responsibilities in Apparel Firms. Strategic Marketing Processes. Retail and Wholesale Marketing Strategies. Labeling and Licensing. Merchandising Processes. Context of Merchandising.
Concepts of Apparel Product Lines. Dimensions of Product Change. Nature and Timing of Merchandising Responsibilities. Product Standards and Specifications. Product Standards. Sources of Quality and Performance Standards.
Developing and Using Specifications. Writing Specifications for Apparel Manufacturing. Professional Perspectives on Product Development. Style Description. Positioning Strategy. Sizing and Fit. Materials Selection. Garment Components Assembly. Final Garment Assembly and Finishing.
Style Presentation. Creative and Technical Design. Influences on the Design Process. Creative Design. Technical Design. Apparel Design Technology. Management of Quality. Systems of Quality Management. Methods of Assuring Quality. Costs and Benefits of Quality Programs.
Costs, Costing, Pricing, and Profit. Costs and Profits. Systems of Costing. Stages of Costing. Determining Product Costs. Pricing Strategies. Materials Sourcing and Selection.
The Global Textile Complex. Producer and Consumer Goods. Materials Sourcing Processes. Selecting Fabrics. Predicting Aesthetics and Performance. Evaluating Fabric Quality. Sourcing Product Development and Production.
Sourcing Issues. Global Sourcing. Economic Development Trade Legislation. Sourcing Priorities and Processes. Costing Imported Goods. Apparel Engineering. Productivity Concepts. Production Strategies. Apparel Production Systems. Production Processes.
Work Study. Production Planning and Management. Production Planning. Human Resource Management. Inventory Management. Waste Management. Equipment Management and Plant Modernization. Preproduction Operations. Initiation of Preproduction Operations. Marker Making. Off Loading.
Apparel Manufacturing: Sewn Product Analysis, 3rd Edition
This comprehensive text provides in-depth coverage of all facets of the apparel manufacturing process in the global industry. The coverage considers product development from the analysis phase through product standards, specifications and design phases. The primary focus is on inter-related decision-making required for apparel product development. It includes a valuable section on the dimensions of apparel management examines quality management, materials selection, production planning, and the complete financial portion of the business. The integrated roles of merchandising, sourcing, and marketing are emphasized. Coverage of apparel engineering, preproduction operations, and a pertinent discussion of technology and equipment complete this core text, making it an excellent resource for apparel manufacturing courses in two and four-year programs.
Apparel Manufacturing: Sewn Product Analysis, 4th Edition