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Gradering av barnplagg: En jämförelse mellan två olika sätt att applicera gradering
University of Borås, Faculty of Textiles, Engineering and Business.
2018 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
Abstract [sv]

Följande studie är en kandidatuppsats i designteknik. Den undersöker skillnader som uppkommer vid gradering när två olika appliceringsmetoder används. Undersökningen görs på uppdrag från ett svenskt modeföretag. På företagets barnavdelning används i nuläget två graderingsmetoder men i framtiden vill de övergå till att använda endast en av dem. För att avgöra vilken behöver skillnaderna dem emellan klargöras. Den första metoden är utvecklad av företaget själva utifrån expertfunktioner i CAD-programvaran Modaris (Lectra 2017a). Medan den andra metoden grundar sig i en mer traditionell punktgradering. Metoderna jämförs genom att gradera upp två plagg utifrån varje metod, en t-tröja och en mjukisbyxa båda i trikå. Därefter undersöks skillnaderna genom att jämföra mönstren, plaggmåttlistor och provplagg. Resultatet av studien visar att appliceringsmetoderna utgör flera skillnader både i mönsterdelarnas form och i plaggmåttlistornas skillnadsintervaller. Under avprovning klargörs det dock att dessa skillnader behöver vara relativt stora för att påverka slutprodukten. En gemensam observation i alla tre jämförelsemetoder är att ju längre ut från grundstorleken graderingen rör sig desto mer ökar skillnaderna mellan appliceringsmetoderna.

Abstract [en]

The following study is a bachelor essay in design technology. It investigates the differences that occur when applicating grading with two different methods. The study is made on a mission from a Swedish fashion company. Currently the company’s children’s department are using two different grading methods, however in the future the company wants to transition into only using one of them. To determent whish one the differences needs to be identified. The first method is developed by the company themselves based on expert functions in the CAD-program Modaris (Lectra 2017a). While the second method is based on a more traditional point grading. The methods are being compared in the study by grading two garments according to each method, one t-shirt and one jogger both in jersey material. The differences are then investigated by comparing pattern pieces, garment measurement charts and garment samples. In the result several differences between the methods are discovered, these are found both in the shape of the pattern pieces and in the grading intervals in the garment measurement chart. However, during the fitting session it was determent that these differences needs to be quite large to impact on the final product. A joint observation in all three comparison methods was that the further the grading moves from the base size the greater the differences are.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2018.
Keywords [en]
Grading methods, Children’s clothing, Body measurements, Grading intervals, CAD
Keywords [sv]
Graderingsmetoder, Barnkläder, Kroppsmått, Graderingsintervall, CAD
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Engineering and Technology
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URN: urn:nbn:se:hb:diva-14797OAI: oai:DiVA.org:hb-14797DiVA, id: diva2:1236205
Subject / course
Textilteknologi
Available from: 2018-08-03 Created: 2018-08-01 Last updated: 2018-08-03Bibliographically approved

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