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Woven Label Inspection Tips: Ensuring Quality and Brand Image for Your Products

woven label quality inspection

Although woven labels are just accessories for clothing, they are crucial for both your product quality and brand image. Therefore, conducting random inspections upon receiving woven label bulk orders to ensure product quality is paramount. But do you know what aspects to check to ensure compliance? You can refer to the following 3 categories, comprising 13 inspection items:

Information Verification

blue tick icon  Confirming consistency of text and pattern content with approved artwork.
Check Method: Print out the approved artwork and compare it with the physical sample.

blue tick icon  Checking if label dimensions fall within tolerance range.
Check Method: Measure with a ruler and compare against tolerance standards.

Checking if label dimensions fall within tolerance range

blue tick icon  Verifying if size borders fall within tolerance range.
Check Method: Measure with a ruler + visual inspection, compare against tolerance standards.

The size of borders is inconsistent.

blue tick icon  Verifying if the LOGO size falls within tolerance range.
Check Method: Measure with a ruler and compare against tolerance standards.

Verifying if the LOGO size falls within tolerance range.

Visual Inspection

blue tick icon  Ensuring color consistency with approved samples.
Check Method: Compare with approved samples.

Ensuring color consistency with approved sample

blue tick icon  Verifying correct folding methods.
Check Method: Compare with approved samples (e.g., left-right fold, no fold, middle fold, etc.).

blue tick icon  Checking if cutting methods meet standards.
Check Method: Visual inspection + touch. Ultrasonic cutting edges should be soft and smooth; hot cutting edges may be rough.

 

Checking if cutting methods meet standards

blue tick icon  Observing for surface stains.
Check Method: Visual inspection.

Observing for surface dirtys

blue tick icon  Checking for yarn pulling or snagging defects (refer to diagram).
Check Method: Visual inspection.

Checking for yarn pulling or snagging defects

blue tick icon  Ensuring no burrs at cutting edges (refer to diagram).
Check Method: Visual inspection.

Ensuring no burrs at cutting edges

blue tick icon  Checking if edge cutting is straight (refer to diagram).
Check Method: Visual inspection.

Checking if edge cutting

Performance Inspection

blue tick icon  Color fastness.
Check Method: Immerse the product in boiling water for 2 minutes and observe for color change.

Click the below video link for more information.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQ0ujS0fyqc

blue tick icon  Stability.
Check Method: Immerse the product in boiling water for 2 minutes, then iron flat and check for dimensional changes.

Click the below video link for more information.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQ0ujS0fyqc

To make it easy for you to check the quality of woven labels, we’ve created a simple inspection form. Just go through each item on the form and mark it if it’s okay. If you need help, just reach out to us.

Q & A:

How many samples should I inspect?

The number of samples for inspection can be determined based on the AQL (Acceptable Quality Level) standard. If you’re very busy, inspecting at least 1-2 samples from different positions is necessary. For instance, you can take 1-2 samples from each corner and the middle of the packaging box. If there are multiple boxes, it’s best to inspect each one.

In summary, strictly adhering to the standards for woven label inspections is crucial for ensuring product quality and protecting brand image. We hope the above operational guidelines and inspection checklist will facilitate your work. If you need further assistance or have any questions, please feel free to contact us!

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