Measuring body is the first step in making clothing, which determines the suitability of professional wear. At present, the uniform measurement body generally has several forms, such as set number, tailor-made, measurement body fitting and three-dimensional measurement.
(1) Set number
It is often used for loose clothing such as summer T-shirts, shirts, and business attire. Generally, it is based on the size commonly used in the market, such as S, M, L, XL, etc. To the production side, unified code production.
(2) Tailor-made for high-fitting clothing such as suits, suits, etc., as the production side sends professional tailor-made personnel to each person to individually tailor, collect the size and then uniformly make the code.
(3) Trying on professional clothes
On the basis of tailoring, a suitable sample is prepared in advance according to the obtained size for the person to be tried on for further confirmation. Although this method is more troublesome to prepare in the early stage (need to make a full range of try-on clothing in advance), it has a high accuracy rate and is suitable for large-scale clothing production.
(4) Three-dimensional measurement
It is a part of the clothing CAD system. It is a method for automatic body measurement through computer manipulation to provide basic data for the production of professional wear. The characteristics are fast and accurate, and the data is detailed. The limitation lies in the high equipment requirements. A dark room for measurement is required, which is not suitable for large-scale fluidity of uniform measurements. However, with the rapid development of science and technology, it may be possible in the near future to apply truly convenient and rapid electronic body measurement technology to uniform production.