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The Development of Standard Size for Clothes of Indonesian Boys Based on Anthropometric Data as a Reference to Formulate RSNI 0555:2013
Erlinda Muslim, Boy Nurtjahyo Moch., Nauli Dwi Fileinti, Maya Arlini Puspasari, Triasni M. L. Sibarani, Deo G. N. Laksana
Pages - 15 - 23     |    Revised - 31-12-2013     |    Published - 22-01-2014
Volume - 4   Issue - 2    |    Publication Date - February 2014  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
Standard Size for Clothes, Garment Industry, Anthropometry, Indonesian Children, Factor Analysis, Two Stage Cluster Analysis.
ABSTRACT
In order to increase the market share of garment products in local market, the Ministry of Industry pointed out the need to provide added value to the garment products. One of the options is to implement standard sizing system for clothes. Standard sizing system is substantial especially for children, since there seem to be unique anthropometric differences among each child. This study aims to develop a standard size of clothes for Indonesian boys based on anthropometric data, which is expected to be a national standard and a recommendation for the design of SNI. The anthropometric data are gathered from 155 boys aged 7-12 years old using 3D Body Scanner. Factor analysis and two stage cluster analysis were performed in this study and 8 groups of size for boys’ clothes were established with a coverage rate of 95.48%.
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Dr. Erlinda Muslim
Department of Industrial Engineering Universitas Indonesia Depok, Indonesia - 16424 - Indonesia
Dr. Boy Nurtjahyo Moch.
Department of Industrial Engineering Universitas Indonesia Depok, Indonesia - 16424 - Indonesia
Dr. Nauli Dwi Fileinti
Department of Industrial Engineering Universitas Indonesia Depok, Indonesia – 16424 - Indonesia
Mr. Maya Arlini Puspasari
Department of Industrial Engineering Universitas Indonesia Depok, Indonesia - 16424 - Indonesia
maya.arlini@yahoo.com
Dr. Triasni M. L. Sibarani
Department of Industrial Engineering Universitas Indonesia Depok, Indonesia – 16424 - Indonesia
Dr. Deo G. N. Laksana
Department of Industrial Engineering Universitas Indonesia Depok, Indonesia – 16424 - Indonesia