Practical Process of RMG Industry

How to Calculate Fabric Consumption for Ladies and Men's

Fabric consumption for ladies


Due to fabrics store consumption miscalculation, here your partial shipped order currently shows a huge loss but after complete the total shipment quantity, it will show the actual profitability of your order. For your convenient, as under we recalculate your order after cutting department update their cutting report. Please be noted, after compilation of shipment quantity, it is possible for us to reconcile the whole order & analyze the variance report more accordingly because at the end of shipment, we can match the total material acquisition with the consumption against any specific order.

Uniform consumpion


Fabric consumpion (men’s) => 2.75 kg per dzn

                    fabric price per kg = 6.00$
                              cm per dzn = 4.40 $
     total fabric cost per dzn(2.75 x 6 $) =16.5 $


Cm per dzn = 4.40 $/total cost per dzn = 20.90 $
 per pcs cost = 1.74 $
per pcs cost = 118 taka.


Fabric consumpion ( ladies )=> 3.70 kg per dzn

fabric price per kg = 6.00$
cm per dzn = 5.50 $
total fabric cost per dzn(3.70 x 6 $) = 22.20 $

Cm per dzn = 5.50 $/total cost per dzn = 27.70 $

per pcs cost = 2.31 $
per pcs cost = 156 taka.


Buyer


style : tgfibt1402

m/w: 56 inc


m/l: 2y9 inc (3pcs)


p/doz: 9 yds actual (shell)


size: 3


m/l: 40 inc

m/l: 25 inc (3pcs)

per/doz: 2.78 yds actual (pocketting)


Fabric consumption



*chest width × body length ÷ fab width ÷ inch × d/n


44.5” × 32” ÷ 56” ÷ 36” × 12 pcs === 8.47 yds


* slv length × armhole ÷ fab width ÷ inch × (d slv) × d/n


35.5” × 22” ÷ 56” ÷ 36” × 2 × 12 pcs ====9.29 yds


*(8.47 + 9.29) + collar , cuff 2.5 + 5 % add = total - 21.27 yds


*cuff per d/z = 1.2 yds . (single cuff - .6 )


*collar per d/z = .8 yds ( single collar - .4)


*band per d/z = .7


Collar + cuff = 2.5 yds per d/z


Engr. Kh. Mashiur Rahman Email: garmentspedia@gmail.com

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