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What is Denim? 

A popular conception of the etymology of the word denim is that it is a contraction or derivative of the French term, serge de Nîmes. Denim was traditionally colored blue with indigo dye to make blue “jeans,” though “jean” then denoted a different, lighter cotton textile; the contemporary use of jean comes from the French word for Genoa, Italy (Gênes), from which the first denim trousers were made.

Types of Denim :

        1. Dry Denim
        2. Selvage Denim
        3. Stretch Denim
        4. Poly Denim
        5. Ramie Cotton Denim

      The factory has flexible manufacturing systems which enable to handle any order quantity with stipulated times. Max Mind Q.C. team ensures extensive          monitoring from yarn arrival to product packing. Factory go through the test of dimension stability,color fastness,garment performance,color             matching,        composition & fabric analysis.

Production capacity per day

Knit                 :    Tops- 5000-6000 Pcs & Bottoms-3000-4000 Pcs.

Woven             :    Tops- 4000-5000 Pcs & Bottoms-6000-7000 Pcs.

Factors of garment production system:
Garment production system depends on some factors. They are:

  • Company affordability
  • Equipment that directly involved with workflow
  • Items of finished products
  • Machine or floor layout
  • Management philosophy
  • Materials handling system
  • Personnel training
  • Production processes

There are three main types of apparel production system. According to different ways, they are in below:
   A. Production systems that are based on order quantity
   B. Production systems that are based on customer nature.

Principles of choosing a production system:

Dry Denim

Dry or raw denim, as opposed to washed denim, is a denim fabric that is not washed after being dyed during its production

What is this?

Most denim is washed after being crafted into an article of clothing in order to make it softer and to eliminate any shrinkage which could cause an item to not fit after the owner washes it. In addition to being washed, nondry denim is sometimes artificially "distressed" to achieve a worn-in look.
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Poly Denim

It is the blends that appeal to those who like the look of denim but prefer polyester blends that wash and dry quickly and are lighter weight and a bit dressier.

What is this?

It is the blends that appeal to those who like the look of denim but prefer polyester blends that wash and dry quickly and are lighter weight and a bit dressier. These usually appeal to a slightly older market, but are also finding favor for pantsuits, etc. when the look is meant to be “dressy but casual.”
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Selvage Denim

Selvage denim (also called selvedge denim) is a type of denim which forms a clean natural edge that does not unravel. It is commonly presented in the unwashed or raw state.

What is this?

Typically, the selvage edges will be located along the out seam of the pants, making it visible when cuffs are worn. Although selvage denim is not completely synonymous with unwashed denim, the presence of selvage typically implies that the denim used is a higher quality. The word "selvage" comes from the phrase "selfedge"
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Ramie Cotton Denim

It is the blends that are found in a variety of combinations, with a wide price variance.

What is this?

It is the blends that are found in a variety of combinations, with a wide price variance. Ramie is a plant fiber usually added because it reduces wrinkling and adds a silky luster to the fabric. It isn’t as strong as cotton, however, so it has to be blended with this stronger material in order to stand up as a denim material.
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Stretch Denim

It is usually about 98% cotton and 2% Spandex for a bit of that forgiving stretch we all love.

What is this?

This blend gives you wonderful ease of movement and at the same time some support for those “trouble spots” you aren’t so fond of around the hips or thighs. Stretch denim jeans are one of the fastest growing segments of the women’s market for jeans manufacturers.
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Once an order has been placed with a supplier, we take the following steps to see that only correct merchandise is shipped:

  • 1. We draw samples of fabric to be used and check its quality, weight, shrinkage, color fastness, etc. We call for lab-dips and obtain buyers’ approval of shades before bulk fabric is dyed.
  • 2. Before production is started, we obtain approval sample and check it minutely in all respects such as size specification, workmanship, cleanliness and proper fit of the garment.
  • 3. We also suggest from time to time, possible improvements in production process to improve workmanship and get perfect merchandise.
  • 4. Our quality controllers visit factories at regular intervals, making surprise checks, to see that only the correct quality is produced and reject sub-standard and defective pieces in the production pipeline itself.

    When the consignment is ready, we carry out systematic inspection as suggested by our buyers. If the merchandise is found satisfactory, we issue a certificate of inspection.