Manufacturing Process

Dyeing Processes

Dyeing Processes


Nike and Adidas are beginning to use what they call a revolutionary technology for the textile industry — a carbon-based process that dyes polyester without the use of water or chemicals. The technology, Nike says, can revolutionize textile manufacturing, whose toxic footprint comes mostly from dyeing…
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Outsourcing manufacturing to China

Outsourcing manufacturing to China


PORCELAIN ROOM FROM THE PALAIS Dubský IN BRNO Vienna, around 1740 Ke 6201/1912 In 1700 the installation of so-called porcelain cabinets in Europe becomes modern. Have they been reliant on European fayences, so were these ones replaced over time by Chinese export goods and from 1700 on also by Japanese…
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Best Clothing Manufacturers in China

Best Clothing Manufacturers in China


Looking to design your own T-shirt or launch your a knitwear collection? Outsourcing to China, or other low cost countries, may be your only option. In this article, I explain what you need to know when selecting a clothing manufacturer, substance regulations, material quality and managing the product…
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Fibre to yarn process

Fibre to yarn process


Cormo fleece is a fine fiber that produces a luxuriously soft yarn. You could hand card or drum card this fleece or just spin it as is! This fiber is also excellent for felt making. Specs Colors: Baby Blue, Champagne, Old Gold, Wood Rose, Nile Green 4 ounces This fleece was purchased directly from a small farm in Montana. Please note that this fleece wash hand washed and picked…


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Process of making yarn

Process of making yarn


1. Sheep Wool comes from sheep. They grow a wool coat and once a year this wool coat is sheared off the animal. In Wisconsin, this is frequently done in the early spring shortly before they have their lambs. A shorn ewe will be more likely to stay out of the wind and bad weather and protect her new-born lamb if she does not have a thick wool coat on her. 2. Fleece The shorn…


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Cotton cloth manufacturing process

Cotton cloth manufacturing process


Dyeing The most commonly used processes for imparting color to cotton are piece dyeing and yarn dyeing. In piece dyeing, which is used primarily for fabrics that are to be a solid color, a continuous length of dry cloth is passed full-width through a trough of hot dye solution. The cloth then goes between padded rollers that squeeze in the color evenly and removes the excess…


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Clothes making process

Clothes making process


From time to time I get e-mails from readers who are interested in learning how to make their own clothing. Those who get in touch are usually looking for a starting place or advice on which sewing machine they should buy. Since TaylorTailor is three years old this month, I thought I would try to share my thoughts on the topic. This is mainly intended for those who have never…


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What was the first manufactured fiber?

What was the first manufactured fiber?


Natural fibers have been used for apparel and home fashion for thousands of years, with the use of wool going back over 4, years. In comparison, the man-made fiber industry began with the first commerical production of rayon in 1910. For those old enough to remember the 50 s and 60 s, this was when there was a great deal of technology happening in the man-made fiber industry…


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Silk yarn manufacturing process

Silk yarn manufacturing process


Silk is an animal protein fiber produced by certain insects to build their cocoons and webs. Many different types of silk are produced by a huge variety of different types of insects other than moth caterpillars. Yet none of these have been exploited for commercial purposes, though there has been basic research into the structures of such silks. Silk is most commonly produced…


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Manufacturing of rayon

Manufacturing of rayon


It might be surprising to learn that NASA and the military both need a fabric commonly found in lightweight, comfortable clothing. Rayon is not only a good substitute for cotton, but it is also ideal for making carbon fiber for use in rocket nozzles and heat shields. Rocket nozzle materials and heat shield materials come from the carbonized version of rayon,said University…


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Cotton yarn manufacturing process

Cotton yarn manufacturing process


Yarn Production Modernization efforts have brought major changes to the U.S. textile industry. Equipment has been streamlined and many operations have been fully automated with computers. Machine speeds have greatly increased. At most mills the opening of cotton bales is fully automated. Lint from several bales is mixed and blended together to provide a uniform blend of fiber…


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Cotton thread manufacturing process

Cotton thread manufacturing process


From Barfoots series of coloured lithographs of 1840 depicting the cotton manufacturing process. Original text written to accompany Lithograph No.10: What a great number of hands the COTTON must pass through before it appears in the form of Cloth fit to make the smallest article of Clothing! and what a large amount of labour, skill, and care, must be bestowed upon it! Abroad…


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