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## How do you calculate weaving production?

The weight of cloth manufactured on looms depends upon the weight of yarns in the warp and weft: ends/inch, picks/inch and the weight of size on the warp.

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Fabric Production Calculation.

Type of Yarn | Moisture Regain % | Moisture Content % |
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Jute | 13.75 | 12.10 |

Silk | 11.00 | 9.91 |

Rayon, Viscose | 11.00 | 9.91 |

Wool | 17.00 | 14.50 |

## How is warp end calculated?

So how much yarn do you need all together to make your warp? Total warp ends needed *** Total Warp Length =** (this total will be your warp needs in inches.) Total warp needed in inches / 36 = (36 is how many inches are in a yard. Many yarn companies measure their product by yards per pound.)

## How do you calculate yarn cost?

By taking actual count-wise production rates achieved, consumable cost per kilogram of yarn is obtained. Standard packing material cost per kilogram of yarn is obtained by cost of items used (packing material) in **unit packing and dividing by the package weight**.

## How do you measure yarn for weaving?

To calculate the amount of weft, you need to know **warp width, the number of picks per inch, and the length of the weaving**. I usually add ten percent to that number for weft take-up. (So for an 8″ wide warp woven at 20 picks per inch for 65″: 8″ x 20 x 65″ = 10,400″ divided by 36″/yd = 288 yd plus 10% = 317 yd.

## How do you calculate cost per minute?

Let’s assume the factory works 26 days in a month. So, the average salary per hour for operators and for helpers will be as follows. Step-2: Calculate salary per minute by **diving hourly salary by 60 minutes**. This is also known as the cost per minute.

## What is open costing?

Open costing is **a popular costing practice in which a supplier compiles an itemized list of costs rather than a fixed price**. To examine the extent to which open costing is practiced as part of BSRs, interviews were conducted with 30 professionals operating as suppliers in China and Bangladesh.

## What is warp take up?

The **difference between the relaxed fabric and the actual warp length used to make** it is “take-up.” The difference between the relaxed length and wet-finished length is “shrinkage.” We are not usually able to determine take-up accurately.

## What is the price of yarn?

Questions & Answers on Textile Yarn

Lustre | Min Price | Max Price |
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Bright | Rs 170/Kg | Rs 200/Kg |

Semi-Dull | Rs 599/Kg | Rs 599/Kg |

Super Bright | Rs 185/Kg |
Rs 185/Kg |

## How much yarn does spindle produce?

As a rule of thumb, a mill with an average 70s count will be giving **.** **200 kg per spindle per day**, a mill with 35s count will give approx double, that is . 400 gms per day. Similarly production in Kg per day for other counts can be calculated.

## What is the cost of spinning mill?

975.00 lakh for modernization-cum-expansion of its spinning mills at a total cost of the **Rs.** **1500.00 Lakh**. The mill will contribute Rs.