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As the lines between work clothes, streetwear, sportswear and home wear continue to blur, seamless pieces fit all categories from head-to-toe sportswear to streetwear.
Seamless design pays attention to color and high-end design elements while still maintaining comfort and wear resistance, undeniably has advanced fashion advantage.Seamless technology is environmentally friendly compared to traditional manufacturing methods. This process eliminates sewing and cutting. This stage itself can cause a lot of waste.
The traditional cutting and sewing process begins by sketching a shape on a piece of fabric (that is, making it from a paper pattern). The required fabric is then cut and sewn together. However, surplus fabric not used for stitching is considered waste.
So it was all for nothing. So if a pair of leggings were to be made, they would produce about 125 grams of used clothing.
Now, if you were to make 1,000 pairs of leggings, you would produce 125 kilograms of waste. It is estimated that 15% of the fabric is wasted in conventional manufacturing.
Seamless technology, on the other hand, uses materials only as required. The yarn is fed directly into the needle and stops flowing once the garment is made. So, this process creates zero waste.
It also minimizes human error. Seamless technology’s control and monitoring system helps reduce errors and automatically stop production discrepancies.
This involves another knowledge, that is,the Quantitative Difference of Seamless Clothing Orders:
As we all know, the quantity difference for normal apparel is around 3%-5%, how about that of seamless clothing?
Seamless knitting products may suffer a higher loss during the various processes of weaving, dyeing, cutting, and sewing.
If the quantity of each color and size is relatively small, the loss percentage will be relatively high.
The quantitative difference of a normal small order is 4%, that is, if the order quantity is 1,000 pcs per color per size, seamless clothing manufacturers will take a ±4% margin, 1,000*4%=40 pcs. These 40 pieces may be lost in all aspects of production, or they may eventually be made into Quality Goods for shipment.
But if 50 pcs per color per size, at the same 4% loss rate, 50*4%=2 pcs, this is far from enough. These 2 pieces are likely to be damaged during the production process.
Therefore, the factories generally set the quantitative difference below 200 pieces per color per size to 10%