Here’s a description of Our QC phase steps:

  1. Chemical Treatment as per specifications: Before any manufacturing process begins, all raw materials undergo precise chemical treatment according to strict specifications. This treatment ensures that the materials are adequately prepared for further processing and meet quality standards.
  2. Seasoning Under Controlled Conditions: Wood, the primary material in furniture manufacturing, undergoes seasoning in controlled environments. This process carefully regulates temperature and humidity levels to reduce moisture content and stabilize the wood. Proper seasoning helps prevent issues like warping and cracking in the finished products.
  3. Check Moisture Content: Following seasoning, the moisture content of the wood is thoroughly checked to ensure it aligns with predetermined standards. This step is crucial as optimal moisture levels are essential for the structural integrity and longevity of the furniture.
  4. Selection of Wood: Only the highest quality wood is selected for manufacturing. Skilled artisans meticulously inspect each piece of wood, ensuring it meets stringent criteria for strength, durability, and aesthetic appeal.
  5. Assembly: Skilled artisans begin the assembly process once the wood is selected. They carefully construct each piece of furniture using precision tools and techniques, paying close attention to detail to ensure a flawless fit and finish.
  6. Polish: After assembly, the furniture undergoes a polishing process to enhance its appearance and protect the surface. Different polishing techniques and finishes may be applied based on customer preferences and specifications.
  7. Check Against Specifications: Each finished piece of furniture is meticulously inspected against predetermined specifications. This comprehensive check ensures that the furniture meets quality standards for dimensions, finish, and overall appearance.
  8. Final QC and Packing: A final quality control check is conducted to verify that all aspects of the furniture meet the company’s high standards. Once approved, the furniture is carefully packed using protective materials to safeguard it during transit and storage.
  9. Drop Test: In some cases, a drop test may be conducted to assess the durability and structural integrity of the furniture. This test simulates real-world handling and transport conditions to ensure the furniture can withstand rough handling without damage.
  10.  Stuffing the Container: Finally, the packed furniture is loaded into containers for shipping. Care is taken to arrange the furniture securely within the container to minimize the risk of damage during transportation.

At Indian Factory, our comprehensive QC phases ensure that every piece of furniture we manufacture meets the highest standards of quality, craftsmanship, and durability, providing our customers with products they can trust and enjoy for years to come.