The production of Berna 1981 is based on 70% Man and 30% Woman, Coats, Jackets and Pants. With a daily production of more than 300 garment parts. Our production is organized by first quality production chains, samples and finishes.
We develop a product to the client's taste. The starting point is a drawing, photograph or even a piece. Taking into account the most profitable manufacturing process, the analysis of the construction of the pieces is one of the main focuses and priority. All the decorative and branding components of the pieces are taken into account and carefully studied with the sectors involved.We can obtain the raw materials proposed by the client or even suggest those that best fit the model itself. We develop the first prototypes using the correct and suitable materials whenever possible.
RAW MATERIAL QUALITY CONTROL
We do quality control of all raw materials. We have the human and technical means to meet any level of control required by the customer. We understand that the quality control of the raw material is an extremely important stage of the production process. It is important to point out that we elaborate tests of solidity, resistance to seam and friction, shrinkage to iron, washing and twisting, color analysis in the spectrophotometer for a greater historical accuracy of color changes, color analysis with the naked eye in a light box, and verification of visual defects not in accordance with the defined quality standards.
In the modeling all the attention is given to the planning of the assembly of the part, the analysis of the molds and the scale of the sizes. All in close collaboration with the production department.This symbiosis between the modeling department and the production department is essential.The growing technical value of our employees and the investment in state-of-the-art technological tools are determining factors in the success of production.
The cut is an important stage in the production process, so we look for the greatest possible use of raw materials. We are supported on automatic extension technology and CAD-CAM automatic cutting, with optimization of the cutting plans, to achieve the minimum waste. At BERNA 1981, the cutting is done roll by roll or, in exceptional cases, the labeling can be done guaranteeing the necessary rigor in the case of the components in the assembly of the piece.