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Applied textiles, raw materials to finish fabrics.

George Edward Linton

Applied textiles, raw materials to finish fabrics.

by George Edward Linton

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Published by Duell, Sloan and Pearce in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Textile industry and fabrics

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTS1445 L6 1961
    The Physical Object
    Pagination542p.
    Number of Pages542
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17162004M

    Basic Finish - every printed fabric must have the color set by either heat and or steam. This refers to color fastness. Additional finishes - may be applied for the appearance, 'hand' (feel of the fabric) or performance. Softening - can be 'stone wash' by chemical or enzyme finish. 1. Raw material group Location of raw materials is of prime significance in determining the industrial loca­ tion. Raw material for textile industry is cotton, jute, wool raw silk and synthetic goods. India being a vast country presents major variations in the availability of industrial raw material.

      Raw material is an excellent crime novel full of humour and horrors. I was hooked from start to finish by the plot, the rising tension and looming menace, and the many-faceted personalitieseven minor characters leap off the page. Beatrice Stubbs is my new favourite detective, but amateur Adrian is a close second/5. The finish opens the fibres and gives them a rounder shape, which makes the surface of the fabric smoother and increases the fabric’s lustre or shine. The finish is also used to prepare fabrics for further processing like overdyeing and coating, as it also enables the fibres to take in more dye.

    However, such man-made fibers are perceived as a separate specialized subject and beyond the scope of this book. Therefore, the man-made fiber manufacturing is not discussed. The innovation in textile manufacturing introduced variety in raw materials and manufacturing processes. Therefore, process control to ensure product quality is : Faheem Uddin. A plaid pattern that arises from color woven into a fabric that has another, different woven texture. , George Edward Linton, ‎Joseph James Pizzuto, Applied Textiles: Raw Materials to Finished Fabrics, page Overplaids are ideal for travel as they do not show the dirt as readily as other cloths, generally speaking. , Harriet Tidball, Two.


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