Manufacturing Process

First manufactured fiber

First manufactured fiber


• • Manufacturing: Synthetic and Cellulosic Fiber Formation Technology Most synthetic and cellulosic manufactured fibers are created by “extrusion” — forcing a thick, viscous liquid (about the consistency of cold honey) through the tiny holes of a device called a spinneret to form continuous filaments…

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Process of Garment manufacturing

Process of Garment manufacturing


“The EBRD were one of the first international lenders to get involved in the cashmere industry. We saw its potential right away, after the beginning of our operations in the country in 2006. Apart from mineral resources, cashmere is Mongolia’s only other significant export. What they needed was to raise the quality of their product. And we thought of several ways to help.”…


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Bathing Suit Manufacturers

Bathing Suit Manufacturers


By on in Apparel, Design, Design/Inspiration, Manufacturing Out of all the different types of clothing purchased and worn throughout a person’s lifetime, swimwear is one that is usually taken for granted. At first glance there is really not much to it, right? Manufacturing swimwear is challenging, but can be fun! Sourcing Fabric: Finding the right type of fabric for your design…


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Clothing manufacturing

Clothing manufacturing


Domestic vs. Overseas Clothing Manufacturers A classic question when looking for suppliers if you plan to manufacture or wholesale is whether you want to source domestically or from overseas. Overseas can refer to any location overseas but since the readership of this site is mostly North American, when we refer to overseas suppliers, we are referring to clothing manufacturers…


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Weaving process

Weaving process


This is an exciting week here at Crane & Canopy headquarters. Not only is it the beginning of the holidays, we launched our Luxe Collection, which features our introduction of beautiful jacquards, made by one of the finest linen factories in the world. What is a jacquard weave and why is it so unique? A jacquard weave is created through a loom process, which is programmed…


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Us yarn Manufacturers

Us yarn Manufacturers


The mills are an important feature of Maynards development. The earliest saw and grist mills were built in the early 18th century. Two of the earliest mills were the Puffer Mill and the Asa Smiths Mill, which were located on Taylor Brook and Mill Street, respectively. These were the first mills to use the Assabet River for power; therefore, they were very slow and sluggish…


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Rayon manufacturing process

Rayon manufacturing process


Industrial Rayon Corporation in Cleveland manufactured rayon yarn, the world’s first synthetic fiber, which found use in items ranging from undergarments to tires. Rayon production using an innovative continuous spinning process at the West Boulevard plant and the Painesville plant reached high levels during WWII. The company weathered the Depression, labor strikes and environmental…


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Dye manufacturing process

Dye manufacturing process


The effluent from dye manufacturing industry is more difficult to be treated than laboratory synthesized wastewater according to high variability of composition and color intensity. Thus, this study aimed to propose the method for remedying industrial effluent by UV/H2O2 process in a recirculated batch reactor system while considering the effects on hydrogen peroxide dosage…


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Manufactured fibers examples

Manufactured fibers examples


This Bridgestone Anchor track bike is a perfect example of a pure sprint bike. It is high modulus carbon fiber, only comes in three sizes, and the workmanship is the best Japans high end manufacturing can produce. Track racing is very big in Japan so their nice bikes are really nice. Note the Mavic Comete disc on the back and IO front wheel. These are very hard to come by and…


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Chinese apparel Manufacturers

Chinese apparel Manufacturers


Interesting article in today’s Wall Street Journal by Mark Magnier, entitled, How China Is Changing Its Manufacturing Strategy. The article deals with how China cost increases are slowly eroding its low end manufacturing base and how the Chinese government is seeking to replace that with higher end manufacturing. Not much new with this, but the article does a terrific job explaining…


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Garments dyeing process

Garments dyeing process


Dyeing is the process of imparting colors to a textile material through a dye (colour). Dyes are obtained from flowers, nuts, berries and other forms of vegetables and plants as well as from animal and mineral sources. These are known as natural dyes. The other class of dyes is known as synthetic dyes. These are based on a particular type of chemical composition. Some of these…


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Fibre processing

Fibre processing


Applicant Project description Funding amount Meander Valley Council Initial work on the development of a business case for the design and operation of a large scale bioenergy generation and local distribution network. $100 Mondelez Australia Pty Ltd Preliminary two-part feasibility study; the first to determine if an existing boiler can be converted from natural gas to a dual-fuel…


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