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Analys av gradering: Granskning av gradering gjord för ett svenskt modeföretag
University of Borås, Faculty of Textiles, Engineering and Business.
2016 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
Abstract [sv]

Detta examensarbete har gjorts mot ett svenskt modeföretag som på grund av bristande graderingskunskaper har haft ofullständiga skillnadsmåttlistor. Detta ledde till att leverantörerna fick relativt fria händer vid gradering då dom inte hade många mått att gå efter. När en ny mönsterkonstruktör anställdes av företaget upprättades nya måttlistor som gavs till leverantörerna för att säkerställa att graderingen är den samma oavsett vilken leverantör som tillverkar modellen. Då modeföretaget endast kontrollerar grundstorlekarna i varje modell, storlek 36 i dam och 48 i herr, kontrollerades det aldrig ifall den nya graderingen följdes. Genom att 5 plagg som återkommer säsong efter säsong har mätts av i alla tillgängliga storlekar har det kunnat analyseras hur leverantörerna har graderat plaggen. Personal från en av modeföretagets butiker intervjuades för att se hur den avvikande graderingen på de avmätta plaggen upplevdes av företagets kunder. Graderingen på två av modellerna kontrollerades med hjälp av leverantörernas graderade mönster. Graderingen på mönstren jämfördes sedan mot de avmätta plaggens gradering samt mot det som sagts under butiksintervjun. Resultatet av de olika stegen var att plaggen inte är så mycket felgraderade utan de avvikande måtten på de avmätta plaggen har uppstått under någon annan del av tillverkningen och inte på grund av felgradering.

Abstract [en]

This thesis have been made towards a Swedish fashion company that have had incomplete graded measurement specifications due to lack of grading knowledge. This gave the suppliers relatively free rein to grade the models since they didn’t have many measurements to follow. When a new pattern maker was hired by the fashion company new graded measurement specifications was developed by the pattern maker to ensure that the models had the same grading regardless of which supplier whom produced the models. Since the fashion company only controls the base size of each model, size 36 for women’s wear and 48 for men’s wear, the company doesn’t know if the suppliers have followed the new grading rules. By measuring 5 models, in each viable size, that are reproduced each year the used grading was analyzed. Personnel from one of the company’s stores was interviewed to see how the costumers experienced the different sizes in each model. The grading on two of the models were controlled by checking the grading on the patterns the suppliers had graded. The grading was then compared to the grading on the measured models and what had been said during the interview. The result of this was that the models mostly were graded correctly and that the divergent grading of the measured models were caused during another part of the production and not by incorrect grading of the patterns.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2016.
Keyword [sv]
Gradering, Måttlista, Storlekar, Konfektionsteknik, Kläder
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Engineering and Technology
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URN: urn:nbn:se:hb:diva-9750OAI: oai:DiVA.org:hb-9750DiVA: diva2:919165
Subject / course
Textilteknologi
Uppsok
Social and Behavioural Science, Law
Available from: 2016-04-14 Created: 2016-04-13 Last updated: 2016-04-14Bibliographically approved

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