Fabric Costing and Weight Pro

Fabric Costing and Weight Pro

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This calculator is used to calculate the cost of Grey / Greige, Dyed, Printed, Processed woven fabrics. This calculation is based on mainly with 100% Cotton (Ne - English System) yarn. But this is suitable to all types of yarns made from different kinds of Fibers like Silk, Woolen, Polyester, Nylon, Rayon etc...

You need to convert the count system into Ne (English System) Cotton Count. You can calculate Multi - Fiber, Multi colored stripes/Checks, etc as per the same principle explained previously. The main inputs (Yarn Count) - should be converted into the Resultant Count. The weaving Cost including Sizing and Warping are compounded in the Pick cost. The costs are arrived in INR Currency. If you need different currency, you can use our Currency Converter to Convert INR to your currency.Help menu is added to give suggestions for Calculation easily.

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IMPORTANT TO NOTE:

1)All calculations are based on Ne (ENGLISH COTTON COUNT System) Resultant Count. It also works in other yarn numbering systems also.
2)But, it is suggested to convert the yarn count into Ne – (ENGLISH COTTON COUNT) using our Yarn Count Converter.
3)Weaving cost is including Warping, Sizing costs.

ENDS PER INCH: Number of warp (Vertical) threads in one inch. (Example: 60)

PICKS PER INCH: Number of weft (Horizontal) threads in one inch. (Example: 60)

WIDTH IN INCHES: Put width in inches. (Example: 50)

WARP COUNT: Put the count of Yarn. (Ne English Cotton Count - Resultant Count) Double (or) Multi fold yarn count should be converted into single yarn. (Example: 20)

WEFT COUNT: Put the count of Yarn. (Ne English Cotton Count - Resultant Count) Double (or) Multi fold yarn count should be converted into single yarn. (Example: 20)

WARP CRIMP: Crimp means shrinkage of length of the yarn this may be approximately 4 to 12 % (or) According to the fabric construction. (Example: 8)

WEFT CRIMP: Crimp means shrinkage of length of the yarn this may be approximately 2 to 8 % (or) According to the fabric construction. (Example: 4)

WARP YARN COST: Cost of 1 kg of yarn. (Example: 180) INR.

WEFT YARN COST: Cost of 1 kg of yarn. (Example: 140) INR.

WEAVING PICK COST: (Picks per inch * Pick cost)/100. (Example: [60 * INR 8]/100= 4.8)Enter the pick cost only.

DYEING/PRINTING COST: Enter per kg cost only. If it is not needed put ‘0’. (Example: 80)INR

PROCESSING COST: Enter per kg cost only. If it is not needed put ‘0’. (Example: 20)INR

SHRINKAGE IN %: When processing 2 to 10 % shrinkage will occur. If it is not needed put ‘0’. (Example: 3)

WASTAGE IN %: Enter the wastage value. (Example: 1)

OTHER EXPENSES: Enter your official expenses. (Example: 0.5)INR per meter.

PROFIT IN %: Enter the profit value. (Example: 10).

4) You will get the Fabric Weight per meter, GSM and Fabric Cost per meter.

Tags: fabric costing, photoofcostingfabric, calculate fabric cost.

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