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Viscose and nylon

Viscose and nylon


A reader asked me yesterday how, exactly, do you recognise a quality garment? Well, there are several things to look out for. I mentioned in a blog that you should focus on fabric, cut and finish, so let s look at the first of those three areas - fabric. Fabric is made from fibres, of which there are…
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Rayon nylon fabric

Rayon nylon fabric


First there was rayon, then nylon. They weren’t very lovable, despite the hype promoting their advantages. Thanks to technology not only have they become acceptable, but they laid the groundwork for generations of new synthetics. For some reason, early rayon and nylon tend to be passed over by most vintage…
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Nylon and polyester fabric

Nylon and polyester fabric


Season: 2013aw fabric: body (1)100%cotton (2)100%cowhide (3)100%wool (4)100%polyester, sleeve (1)100%nylon (2)100%cotton, hood 100%cotton, lining 100%nylon, sleeve lining 100%cupra, padding (1)90%down 10%feather (2)100%polyester size: s color: navy model: el-j011-051-2-2 made in japan


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Polyamide (Nylon)

Polyamide (Nylon)


This is the first of a two-part series on Adhesion Bonding of Nylon Polymers. In this blog, we’ll examine the surface properties of nylon, cleaning and pretreatments, as well as discuss the reasons why nylons are difficult to bond. Polyamide, commonly known as Nylon, is a semi-crystalline polymer. The two most common grades are Nylon 6 and Nylon 6/6. Nylons are used in thousands…


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Nylon Material

Nylon Material


For nylon, if you can print with nylon supports, that is best. That is, if the model allows it, do it! I use taulman. The nylon tears well where the support offset is. (.3mm) If you get good layer adhesion on the model, it is practically impossible to break, so you can pull the support material off pretty roughly without concern about hurting the model. Any remaining nylon…


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Where does nylon fabric come from?

Where does nylon fabric come from?


It used to be the rule of thumb that man-made fabric comes from chemicals while manufactured fabric comes from a natural source. So manufactured fabric would include fabric like bamboo and rayon that come from wood pulp and man-made fabric that come from a chemical source would include fabrics like nylon, acetate and polyester that come from petroleum-derived chemicals and…


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Rayon nylon

Rayon nylon


Rated 2 out of 5 by PamBC Disappointed I ordered a large which is usually a little roomy on me (with Susan Graver ), but the top is just snug enough in the hips to not be very flattering. 01-08-17 Rated 4 out of 5 by hottoshop Pretty Very nice sweater and the blue color is very pretty but I found it to run a bit small and not consistent in sizing to the size I normally wear…


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Nylon Making process

Nylon Making process


Do you want to know the cost of starting a nylon production company (cutting & sealing machine)? If YES, here’s a sample nylon production business plan template Do you know that you can become a millionaire just by producing and selling nylon and polythene bags? This is a very good business opportunity to exploit right now, especially if you have been looking to start…


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Nylon clothes

Nylon clothes


In order to better understand this article, we suggest you familiarise yourself with the following articles: 1. An introduction to the spiritual aspects of nylon fabric Clothes made from nylon fabric have become an essential part of the modern day wardrobe. The list of its uses are quite varied and include women’s stockings, track pants, active wear, shorts, socks and wind…


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Viscose nylon

Viscose nylon


Country or region: USA Message: I just bought an ivory colored (only color that was available) dress knowing I would have to dye it for a wedding. The outer dress has lace which is 60% viscose and 40% nylon, gores in the skirt are 100% nylon, and a separate slip/lining 100% cotton. Is it possible to dye a pale pink? If so, what kind of dye, what temp should the water be, and…


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Nylon Spandex fabric

Nylon Spandex fabric


Spandex is a synthetic fiber. It is a long chain of polymer (polyurethane) and is known for its elasticity. Spandex also referred to as Lycra®, or Elastane in Europe and rest of the world. It has the ability to expand up to five times of its original length under tension. When released from tension it nearly returns to its original size. For clothing, spandex is usually mixed…


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Printed nylon Lycra fabric

Printed nylon Lycra fabric


Domestic Orders We want all of our customers to be completely satisfied with their orders. You may return fabrics, in the condition which you received them, within 30 days of the order date for a full refund of the cost of the fabrics. We ll also pay all of the the shipping costs if the return is a result of our error (you received an the wrong fabric, the material was damaged…


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