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Manufacturing Process - Shoe Making - September 27th, 2010

Manufacturing Process:-

The production process for making a shoe is as follows:-


Step 1: Stocking

Stocking mainly means storing of raw materials as per the requirement of the customer which mainly consists of leather and the sole material.



Step 2: Cutting

Cutting mainly consists of two types i.e. leather cutting and sole cutting.
Leather cutting is done manually with the help of hands using a specific type of a sharp knife, whereas sole cutting is done by machines.




This is mainly because leather sheets are thin and in order to give it a specific shape and design it has to be done manually wherein the material is cut into nives.


But in case of soles the soles are in the form of thick sheets of rubber or any other sole material (as per customer requirements) which requires a specific type of machine called as the sole cutting machine.


Step 3: Designing

Designing is mainly done as per the designs given by the designers. Designing means designing the leather which covers the entire upper feet. Designing is mainly done by cutting the leather into certain designs it also includes stitching of the leather in specific designs. This process does not include the making of sole.

After this a particular lining is applied to make the leather soft and give it strength.





Step 4: Sticking

After designing, comes sticking. This mainly means sticking the upper part i.e. the leather part of the shoe to the sole of the shoe. This is done using adhesives.




Step 5: Lasting

Further, in the lasting process plastic moulds are taken which are in the shape of the foot, and then the upper portion of the shoe and the insole are stuck together using adhesives and then the mould is removed.



Step 6: Pressing

After lasting, the shoe containing the mould is then subjected to the pressing process wherein the pair of shoes is placed in a machine which presses the shoe i.e. presses the upper part of the shoe to the sole to ensure proper adhesion.


Step 7: Finishing

After the pressing the shoes are allowed to dry for a specific time and after that the moulds are removed and finishing is done. Finishing basically means brushing the shoe, polishing it using waxes, polish and lacre


Step 8: Stamping

The shoe is then stamped in the name of the customer or the company name the shumaker is catering. The stamping is mainly done using ink and foil paper.


Step 9: Packaging

In packaging the shoe is graded according to the different sizes, packed in boxes, the boxes are labeled using barcodes and dispatched to the customer.
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Marketing plan starts with
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Manufacturing Process:-

The production process for making a shoe is as follows:-


Step 1: Stocking

Stocking mainly means storing of raw materials as per the requirement of the customer which mainly consists of leather and the sole material.



Step 2: Cutting

Cutting mainly consists of two types i.e. leather cutting and sole cutting.
Leather cutting is done manually with the help of hands using a specific type of a sharp knife, whereas sole cutting is done by machines.




This is mainly because leather sheets are thin and in order to give it a specific shape and design it has to be done manually wherein the material is cut into nives.


But in case of soles the soles are in the form of thick sheets of rubber or any other sole material (as per customer requirements) which requires a specific type of machine called as the sole cutting machine.


Step 3: Designing

Designing is mainly done as per the designs given by the designers. Designing means designing the leather which covers the entire upper feet. Designing is mainly done by cutting the leather into certain designs it also includes stitching of the leather in specific designs. This process does not include the making of sole.

After this a particular lining is applied to make the leather soft and give it strength.





Step 4: Sticking

After designing, comes sticking. This mainly means sticking the upper part i.e. the leather part of the shoe to the sole of the shoe. This is done using adhesives.




Step 5: Lasting

Further, in the lasting process plastic moulds are taken which are in the shape of the foot, and then the upper portion of the shoe and the insole are stuck together using adhesives and then the mould is removed.



Step 6: Pressing

After lasting, the shoe containing the mould is then subjected to the pressing process wherein the pair of shoes is placed in a machine which presses the shoe i.e. presses the upper part of the shoe to the sole to ensure proper adhesion.


Step 7: Finishing

After the pressing the shoes are allowed to dry for a specific time and after that the moulds are removed and finishing is done. Finishing basically means brushing the shoe, polishing it using waxes, polish and lacre


Step 8: Stamping

The shoe is then stamped in the name of the customer or the company name the shumaker is catering. The stamping is mainly done using ink and foil paper.


Step 9: Packaging

In packaging the shoe is graded according to the different sizes, packed in boxes, the boxes are labeled using barcodes and dispatched to the customer.


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