Rayon—The Multi-Faceted Fiber

fiber Of all the fibers, rayon is probably the most perplexing to consumers. It can be found in cotton-like end uses, as well as sumptuous velvets and taffetas. It may function successfully in absorbent hygiene and incontinence pads and equally well providing strength in tire cords.

Knitted Fabrics for Elasticity, thickness and warmth

fabric knitting The elasticity of knitted fabrics gives them an excellent drape, but this is opposed somewhat by their generally greater thickness compared to wovens.

Zipper Sizes

apparel Zippers are always measured from "component to component" (end stops), regardless of zipper style. The illustrations below will assist you in determining the proper method for arriving at the desired zipper length.

Drive and control of weaving machines

fabric weaving The latest weaving machines are equipped with microprocessor or PLC units which ensure continuously the control, the drive and the monitoring of the various machine members and of the various functions. One of the ways to increase production is to design and manufacture particular weaving machines which can offer very high weft insertion rates.

Needle-bed

fabric knitting weaving The needle-bed of a knitting machine is made up by the needles.

Short Story of Textiles

apparel assorted under-garments Transformation of textile materials from fibres passing through various processes and enhancements and become a product for the end user, explained briefly

Roving

spinning spun-yarn yarn The input of roving frame is silver that comes from draw frame section where only parallel of comber sliver. In roving section reduce the linear density of draw frame silver by drafting. After reducing the linear density the silver is transfer into roving (a thin form of rope). This is first stage where twist is inserted for making a yarn in spinning mill. The output of this section is roving which is wind on a bobbin and this is suitable for further process. Here in this section describes

Screen Printing

finishing One method of decorating fabric is screen printing, in this a pattern is painted onto a fine silk screen with resist emulsion. The core of the screen print process involves a fine mesh, or screen, which is stretched very tightly around an unyielding frame. Any area that is not to be printed, will be masked out on this screen or mesh. To create the print, the framed screen is positioned over the item to be printed along with a splodge of thick ink. The ink is pressed through the screen.

Fabric Cost

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Yarn Finishing System

finishing Contains the process sequence of Finishing for yarn. It includes yarn twist setting, cone winding from ring cops to cone by cone winding , ordinary cone winding specifications, slub catcher settings , splicing, production calculation.