01. Clothing Prototype

When it comes to manufacturing clothes, having a well-made tech pack is very important.
A tech pack is a document that you need to create in order to communicate your design to a manufacturer. The document contains all of the technical information about your product line in one place.

Although it may be difficult to start working on a tech pack, it is important that you take the time to do it correctly. This includes things like finding the right materials, understanding how the product is assembled, and what type of packaging will work best.

The following are included in our tech pack service:

– Free design consultation
– Construction call-outs
– Technical drawings to scale
– Multiple colorways, print; embellishment details
– Basic Graded Specs
– Point of measurement diagrams
– Bill of Materials (if you have all the materials)
– Brand; Care Labels, Folding instructions, Tags; Packaging

Price: $50-$100

Lead time: 2 weeks

We will gladly provide you with tech pack FREE OF CHARGE if you choose to work with us for clothing manufacturing.

How We Make Your Tech Pack

01

Create Your Brand’s Logo and Identity

The logo that you create will be one of the most significant aspects of your brand identity.
02

Create Your Design Ideas in Flat Sketches

Make sure to consider the manufacturing process as you create your sketches.
03

Include Call Out Construction in Your Design

If you want your product call-outs to be accurate, you need to learn about how your products are made.
04

Include Colorways

Adding colorways to your tech pack is an absolute must if you have multiple color variations or trim options.
05

Make a Bill of Materials (BOM)

Bill of Materials (BOM) is an important part of your tech pack because it outlines every material that will be used in your product line.
06

Make Sure To Add Assembly Instructions

Including assembly instructions is an important part of your tech pack. This way, people will know how to put your product together correctly in a step-by-step format.
07

Include Packaging Details

If you've reached the production stage, you should also have your hangtags, labels, and packaging requirements ready.

Tech Pack Examples

Tech Pack Example - Dress
Tech Pack Example - Hoodie
Tech Pack Example - Coat
What’s Next? After we approve the tech pack, we can start developing the prototype/sample development.

Get in Touch

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How to start your clothing business?

  • What type of manufacturing solution works best for your clothing line? You can choose between custom clothing development, private label, or ready design.
  • Do you have a rough design concept in mind but are not sure how to make it perfect?
  • What are the key processes involved in making a design to reality?
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