Fabric

Primary Motion of Loom

Primary Motion of Loom There are many mechanisms on a modern weaving machine for various purposes. There are five basic mechanisms that are essential for continuous weaving. They are as follows: Warp let-off Shedding Picking Beat-up Fabric take-up Warp let-off Warp let-off mechanism releases the warp yarn from the warp beam as the warp yarn is woven into the fabric….
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What is Non Woven Fabric

What is non woven fabric? Nonwoven fabrics are flexible, porous products consisting of one or more fibre layers. In nonwoven fabric the fibres may either preferentially oriented in one direction or may be deposited in a random manner. They are bonded by chemical, thermal or mechanical processes into textile products. Nonwoven are mainly planar structures. This is a young branch…
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Classification of Fabric

Fabric can be defined as any planar substance constructed from solutions, fibres, yarns in combination. But textile fabric can be defined as slightly different way. Textile Fabric Textile fabric is that fabric which can be produced directly from webs or fibres by bonding, fusing or interlocking for making no-woven fabrics and felt also. But manufacturing of fabric from yarn is…
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What is Knitted Fabric

What is knitted fabric? Knitted fabric: Knitted fabrics provide comfortable wear to almost any garment. For getting comfortable wear we first think about knitted garments. Though it has open structure so most of the knitted garments contour to the body’s silhouette. That’s why knitted garments are so much popular as inner-wear, body wear and sportswear. Types of knitted fabric There…
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Fabric Consumption of a Basic T-Shirt

Fabric Consumption of a basic T-shirt Consumption determination of fabric is a very important term in textile sector. Since it depends on fabric prices therefore accurate and closure consumption will reduce fabric wastage which will be beneficial for us economically. So, we should keep proper knowledge of fabric consumption properly. Here today I am going to present fabric consumption of…
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