Comparison Between CAD Marker Making and Manual Marker Making

Marker making:
Marker making is very essential task in industrial garment manufacturing. Marker is a thin paper which is a diagram of pattern pieces. Marker making are two types; manual marker making and computerized marker making.

CAD Marker making:
Alternative name of computer marker making is CAD marker making. It is the most efficient marker making system. In this system, computer makes the marker itself according the command given to computer or input to computer by pendrive or other device.

Manual marker making:
In manual marker making method, marker man making marker with hand. It is appropriate in small scale producing apparel industry. Manual merker making are types: Marker planning with full size pattern and Marker with minimized pattern.

  
Comparison Between Manual and Cad Marker Making:
  1. In manual system the system is used to make maker for garment making is traditional. But in CAD system marker making is done in modern system.
  2. Marker efficiencies is not visible in manual system. Other hand, marker efficiency is visible in CAD system.
    Manual and Cad Marker Making
    Manual and Cad Marker Making
  3. Marker length is not visible in manual system. Marker length is visible in monitor screen at CAD system.
  4. In manual, once marker is made, not possible to increase its efficiency. But in CAD it is possible to increase the efficiency at any time.
  5. Marker copying is not possible manually. In CAD, by using Plotter as much as possible copy can be done.
  6. Manual marker making is very time consuming method whereas, CAD is a faster method.
  7. In manual system quality can not be assured. It has quality assurance.
  8. Manual system costing is low but CAD is expensive.

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Mazharul Islam Kiron is a textile consultant and researcher on online business promotion. He is working with one European textile machinery company as a country agent. He is also a contributor of Wikipedia.


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