About Samples

When you need samples Normally a factory first make a simple sample – not from the right fabric and not for you just to see if the pattern is right and understand what issues to handle. We call them G0-samples. Then a sample, perhaps without all details such as printing etc, is made. Normally to show the buyer and get the comments from the buyer. We call it G1-sample. Finally, when production starts few production samples are made, called G2 or PP (Pre Production) samples. In some cases it’s only the PP sample that is 100% correct as when producing the G1-sample all material may not yet be in-house. Samples requested are normally free if you first have placed an order and made a down payment subject to minimum quantities or paid a special fee for the same. You can use these samples to approve or alter the garments before the final production. Samples requested before placing an order are normally charged for. Sometimes in these cases the requested fabric, that will be used in production, may not be available for sampling as the fabric could be subject to minimum purchase, etc. Remember that producing samples in some cases can be relatively costly if its needed to develop originals for printing/embroidery, if its needed to purchase special fabric and extras, etc. You can also send samples, your samples, known as C-samples. They can be exact as you want the garment or just indication or similar to what you want. This your samples enables us and the manufacturer to understand better what you want. However always remember: If not agreed differently in writing we will not pay for your samples and your samples will NOT be sent back to you. They are used to understand details, make tests, give samples to sub suppliers etc., so they may also be cuts in them after some time. Send all your samples by courier or registered post to make sure they are not lost during the transport.
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About Samples

When you need samples Normally a factory first make a simple sample – not from the right fabric and not for you just to see if the pattern is right and understand what issues to handle. We call them G0-samples. Then a sample, perhaps without all details such as printing etc, is made. Normally to show the buyer and get the comments from the buyer. We call it G1-sample. Finally, when production starts few production samples are made, called G2 or PP (Pre Production) samples. In some cases it’s only the PP sample that is 100% correct as when producing the G1-sample all material may not yet be in-house. Samples requested are normally free if you first have placed an order and made a down payment subject to minimum quantities or paid a special fee for the same. You can use these samples to approve or alter the garments before the final production. Samples requested before placing an order  are normally charged for. Sometimes in these cases the requested fabric, that will be used in production, may not be available for sampling as the fabric could be subject to minimum purchase, etc. Remember that producing samples in some cases can be relatively costly if its needed to develop originals for printing/embroidery, if its needed to purchase special fabric and extras, etc. You can also send samples, your samples, known as C-samples. They can be exact as you want the garment or just indication or similar to what you want. This your samples enables us and the manufacturer to understand better what you want. However always remember: If not agreed differently in writing we will not pay for your samples and your samples will NOT be sent back to you. They are used to understand details, make tests, give samples to sub suppliers etc., so they may also be cuts in them after some time. Send all your samples by courier or registered post to make sure they are not lost during the transport.
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