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Figure 5-41.-Lays for trousers (lays 7 through 12).
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Assembly of Bulk Lots
a press in the dry-cleaning plant, with a covered head. Pressing dungaree shirts is done in the same manner as shown in shirt pressing; however, care should  be  taken  when  pressing  the  sleeve  with the petty officer crow. This petty officer crow may cause a stain on the press head or press cover. To avoid  this  problem,  you  should  place  a  piece  of cardboard  between  the  crow  and  the  press  head or cover. This prevents the petty officer crow from imprinting on the press head or press cover. Precondition  dungarees  in  the  dryer  before pressing as discussed in the  drying  section.  This is  done  because  they  hold  a  lot  of  water  and  on newer dungarees the blue color may fade onto the press  cover,  thus  ruining  the  cover.  Dungaree trousers  are  pressed  inside  out  and  the  legs  are pressed  flat  with  creases  going  inward  on  the seams instead of in the middle of the leg. Care    should    be     taken     when     pressing tablecloths or napkins. When a flatwork ironer is not available, these items will have to be pressed on   a   conventional   press.   The   tablecloths   and napkins  should  be  preconditioned  in  the  dryer before pressing (do not overdry). If the tablecloths and    napkins    are    not    preconditioned    before pressing, they may scorch. On the other hand, if they are pressed too dry, they will not be finished properly. Tablecloths should be stored with a wet cloth over them until you are ready to press them or they will dry out. ASSEMBLY AND ISSUE In    this    section    we    are    concerned    with assembly    and    handling    of    articles    both    in individual bundles and in bulk lots. Bulk lots that are   tumbled   can   be   loaded   directly   into   the laundry bags  in  which  they  were  brought  to  the laundry.  Such  is  not  the  case,  however,  with items in an individual’s bundle. This is a  matter of  (1)  careful  handling,  (2)  thorough  inspections, and (3) accurate counting. ASSEMBLY OF INDIVIDUAL LOTS Before the individual lots are received in the assembly  area,  the  individual’s  ticket  (NAVSUP Form 233) should be placed in the assembly bins in alphabetical order. Then you will place finished articles as marked in the proper bin. Figure 5-42 43.89 Figure 5-42.-Assembly room. 5-54

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