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Taking textiles from trash to treasure

“One man’s trash is another man’s treasure” can even apply to the textile industry. According to Allyson Man with UGA Today: “Researchers are turning waste denim into acoustic insulation materials “Thirty years ago, on Earth Day 1990, textile engineer Gajanan Bhat was at his first job, working for a company that used recycled plastic bottles […]

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What is Industrial Sewing Service and Sewing Contractors?

Industrial Sewing can be more complicated than some might think. Here is a breakdown of just some of the industry. As reported by Medium.com: “The important details sewing contractors are the following; understand customer requests well; fabric selection, quality expectation, just in time production, and additional some marketing advantages. Step by Step Industrial Sewing Process […]

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Technical Textiles

Understanding the different kinds of textiles can take time. Here’s more about Technical Textiles. According to Jayandran Mohan: “Technical Textiles are defined as materials and products manufactured primarily for their technical and performance properties rather than their aesthetic or decorative characteristics. “Technical textiles are used in different forms in various industries like construction, transport, agriculture, […]

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Textile History – Plain Weave, Twill, Satin

Textile or cloth is a flexible woven material which consists of a network of natural or artificial fibers which are also called thread or yarn. Yarn is produced by spinning raw fibers of materials like wool, flax and cotton, and producing long strands. The word ‘textile’ comes from Latin “textilis” which means “woven”. The oldest […]

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TEXTILE MANUFACTURING IN THE ​INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

One of the main industries that benefited from the Industrial Revolution was the textile industry.  The textile industry was based on the development of cloth and clothing.  Before the start of the Industrial Revolution, which began in the 1700s, the production of goods was done on a very small scale.  Historians refer to this method of production as […]

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Important Terms and Definitions of Fabric Manufacturing Technology

Textile Terms and Definitions: In our daily life of textile industry, a lot of terms have to face, where some are known and rest of those are unknown to us. This article has presented some important textile terminology from fabric manufacturing technology. Different Terms and Definitions of Weaving Technology: There are some important textile terms and definitions which are vastly used […]

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Classification of Fabrics and Their Uses

Fabric Types: In today’s modern textile sector, various types of fabric produced for woven, knit and non-woven fabric. This article has presented the total classification of fabric for woven, knit and non-woven. Classification of Fabric: There are mainly three types of fabric, which are in the below: Woven favric, Knit or knitted fabric, Non-woven fabric. […]

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Luscious Market For Automotive Textiles

Automobile industry is now growing in leaps and bounds showing lucrative figures. Simultaneously, vast potential can be foresighted for automotive textiles as well. Textiles are used in automobiles for various applications such as airbags, seat belts, carpets, seat upholstery, and tyres. Non woven textiles find a variety of applications in door lining, floor mats, headliners, […]

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List of Chemicals Used in Textile Dyeing Industry

Types of Chemical Used in Textile Industry: There are different types of chemical used in textile dyeing which are pointed in the below according to their types: 1. Basic chemicals: Soda ash, Hydrochloric, Hydrogen peroxide, Sulphuric Acid, Acetic Acid, Formic acid, Caustic soda.   2. Washing agent or soaping agent: Serafast-CRD, Kappatex R98, Seraperse CSN, Crosden LPD, […]

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Textile Manufacturing

The British Textile Industry The British textile industry drove the Industrial Revolution, triggering advancements in technology, stimulating the coal and iron industries, boosting raw material imports, and improving transportation, which made Britain the global leader of industrialization, trade, and scientific innovation. Pre-Industrial Textile Industry Before the 17th century, the manufacture of goods was performed on […]

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