Yangzhou Joytoys Co., Ltd.

How Much Do You Know The Industry Term For Plush Toys?

Plush toys have seen a lot in our life and are essential toys for children. Plush toys come in all types and materials. In fact, in the plush toy industry, plush toys have many professional industry terms. Beans are often used in "beans toys." The beans give the bean bag a toy weight and increase its weight. Dried beans, rice, peas, and pebbles are commonly used. Now plastic balls is more used. Natural items tend to attract animals, and plastic balls may be a small part of toys. If the beans come out of the sewed bag, they may be swallowed. Bean bag plush toy has with bag inside. These "beans" are placed in a bag and then sewn into a slit in the toy. They are kept in place, usually on the hands, feet or ass of toys.

Pre-production sample (PSS) - refers to the sample before production. Prenatal samples are tested in production mode to ensure that the products produced at the factory and are also used for costing.

The Salesman sample is provided to the dealer for pre-marketing to determine the total number of orders.

Bulk samples are randomly selected from large quantities and are used to provide customers with a view of the quality of the goods.

Shipping samples are samples taken randomly from large quantities prior to shipment to provide inspections to the customer for product quality and packaging.

The testing sample is provided to the customer for the quality of the product, and usually requires samples of the raw materials.

Cost breakdown refers to the cost of producing something. Information is given on the quantity and price at which each material is used to make the item in order to estimate production costs.

FOB is an acronym for the goods on board, meaning that the buyer pays for the transportation of the goods (plush toys). Overseas factories often quote from their port city. It is still your responsibility to import goods into the United States or your own country (if you are an international customer).

Label ----------- It is sewed on the side or back of the plush toy, usually printed with the information of the toy manufacturer or dealer.
Sewn-in Label ------------ It is sewn to the toy like the Label, printed with an internationally-used wash mark, sometimes accompanied by a text giving instructions for washing.

Hangtag - A label attached to a toy with information on the location of the toy, company logo, address, etc.

Inspection - Check the sampling of production quality. For example, in 500 plush toys, usually 10% of toys are selected from each box to check the quality of sewing and sewing.

Electric stuffed toys – It is equipped with a device to do things like walking, jumping, talking, etc.

Mechanical parts - Mechanical parts used in plush toys that allow it to do things such as walking and jumping.

Simulated sample-Take the display as an example, usually just to get the appearance, not for production.

Minimum order - The minimum quantity of a product produced by a factory. Once the item is a single design, all colors and materials are the same.

NDA - Non-Disclosure Agreement - It is an agreement to participate in the discussion of all parties, on behalf of all parties involved in the protection of all parties before the discussion.

Fur length - refers to plush, which is the thickness or height of the yarn or fur behind it.

Plastic beans – It is usually used in bean bags plush to make them weighty.

Plush toys - toys made of soft materials, usually a fur-like fabric, such as a teddy bear. Also known as stuffed toys, stuffed animals, stuffed dolls, plush dolls, soft toys, stuffed dolls, etc.

PP cotton stuffing is the use of synthetic polymer fibers as a plush stuffed toy, pillow, and the like.

Prototype - A raw or early sample of a plush toy that is tested for a concept or design before production, sometimes for the concept of selling a plush toy.

Dolls - cloth dolls, also known as soft dolls.

RN or registered number - Textiles are required to have a registration number on the label. - See sewing in the label.

Tiny parts - if a small part of the test cylinder is fully compliant with the small part and the toy or product it produces is for children under three years of age, the toy or product will be banned because the small part will cause the danger of suffocation. All plush toys should pass this test unless it is collectable to prevent harm to children.

Stuffing, used to fill or fill toys, is usually man-made fibers, cotton, straw, kapok, plastic granules or beans.

Synthetic fiber - man-made fiber, is usually used to make artificial fur, used to make plush toys, or stuffed with plush toys.

If you don't understand any industry terms, you can visit www.yzjoytoys.com or contact us directly at richard@yzjoytoys.com and we will help you. Different kinds of wholesale stuffed animals are saled here!
Related News
Related Products