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Tekstilna industrija
2019, vol. 67, iss. 1, pp. 4-11
article language: English
document type: Professional Paper
doi:10.5937/tekstind1901004R


Inter-phase control of defects and reasons for their occurrence in the process of sewing women's trousers
aUniversity 'Goce Delčev', Faculty of Technology, Shtip, Macedonia
bUniversity 'Saints Cyril and Methodius', Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, Skopje, Macedonia

e-mail: sanja.risteski@ugd.edu.mk

Abstract

Quality is the best investment to strengthen the competitiveness of enterprises in the international market. Achieving quality is the responsibility of every worker in the organization. The role of quality control is to detect defects by constantly monitoring the production process, analyzing the defects, find the source of their occurrence and take appropriate corrective measurements. In this paper, are presented some factors that have influence on defects occurrence in the process of sewing one model of female trousers. The obtained results during the inter-phase control in two production lines in the four week period are analyzed. Possible reasons for detected defects are indicated by: Working days in the week, the structure of the employees in the production lines, their work experience, their age and difficulty of operations. The influence of each of these factors is discussed separately.

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