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Monday, January 31, 2011

Quality control

Most all forms of garment quality control involve sight and stress inspection. Quality inspectors look over individual items in an effort to spot defects in fabric and workmanship. In addition, these inspectors may pull at seams to determine if the strength of the seam is adequate to accept stress. Seams that must be able to accept the stress of body movement include seat seams, inseams and seams at sleeve openings. These are the areas where the body most often moves, so these seams must be especially strong.

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