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Lab Dip Development
Lab Dip Development means the sample which is dyed according to the buyer’s requirements (similar shade and so on). Depending on lab dip development sample dyeing and bulk production dyeing planning are done.
Objectives of Lab Dip Development:
The main objectives are as follows:
- Firstly, to calculate the recipe for sample dyeing.
- Secondly, it is used to compare the dyed samples with swatches by light Box or Spectrophotometer.
- After that, calculate the revised recipe for sample dyeing.
- Finally, approved Lab Dip (Grade: A, B, C & D)
Flow Chart Of Lab Dip Development:
Lab work plays an important role in the dyeing process. The bulk dyeing process completely depends on the lab dip development work. Lab work is completely managed in the following sequence.
Lab Dip Requisition from the buyer
Entry into the computer
The first recipe is given by swatch or Pantone number
Grading of samples (A, B, C, D)
Yarn and knit sample send to buyer
Approved by buyer
Order for bulk production
Production card with approved sample and recipe send to production section.
Anyhow, lab work is important because it is related to the buyer’s satisfaction. If it is developed as the given swatch or Pantone number which is given by the buyer then it will get bulk production orders, which is the main goal of the company.
So, dyeing lab management and its lab dip work is important for the dyeing industry.
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