Manufacturing Process

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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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Manufacturing process of cotton fabric

Manufacturing process of cotton fabric


Background T-shirts are durable, versatile garments with mass appeal that may be worn as outerwear or underwear. Since their creation in 1920, T-shirts have evolved into a two-billion dollar market. T-shirts are available in a variety of colors, patterns, and styles, such as the standard crew neck and V-neck, as well as tank tops and scoop necks. T-shirt sleeves may be short…


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Process of making clothes

Process of making clothes


This is the fun part for many people, but it s only 10-15 percent of the process! Make sketches, get feedback, and decide which ones will constitute your first collection. Pick out fabrics and materials that are cost effective and current. Ask whoever is producing your line whether there are any restrictions, such as if they can t print certain colors. If you are designing…


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Spandex Manufacturers

Spandex Manufacturers


Spandex is a lightweight, synthetic fiber that is used to make stretchable clothing such as sportswear. It is made up of a long chain polymer called polyurethane, which is produced by reacting a polyester with a diisocyanate. The polymer is converted into a fiber using a dry spinning technique. First produced in the early 1950s, spandex was initially developed as a replacement…


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Polyester manufacturing process

Polyester manufacturing process


Acsis worked with a global manufacturer in order to deliver a solution to bring the manufacturing operations of their polyester films division from a custom based point solution to a productized enterprise data collection platform that they could tightly integrate into their SAP ERP system. The customer is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of polyester films used in…


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Manufacture of rayon

Manufacture of rayon


A bit of old equipment at the American Viscose Plant. It’s no doubt something to do with the manufacture of rayon, but it looks more like the stern wheel on a river boat to me. (Addendum: It is a warping machine, used for rolling smaller lengths of thread into a long one. jeffs4653 tracked one down in a museum


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Processes of Textile manufacturing

Processes of Textile manufacturing


During dyeing and printing both hazardous chemicals and dyestuffs are used. Dyes used for dyeing, can also be used for printing, but must then undergo the same fixation and washings steps as after the dyeing process. The most common way to print a fabric in full width is to use pigment prints, where the pigments stick to a surface using polymeric resin or a binder. No washing…


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Polyester filament yarn manufacturing process

Polyester filament yarn manufacturing process


A loom is a device used to weave cloth and tapestry. The basic purpose of any loom is to hold the warp threads under tension to facilitate the interweaving of the weft threads. The precise shape of the loom and its mechanics may vary, but the basic function is the same. ETYMOLOGY The word loom is derived from the Old English geloma formed from ge-(perfective prefix) and loma…


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