Polyester

Polyester Fashion

Polyester Fashion


Aka: Simplifying a collection to fit production capabilities. I’m not going to lie, it is difficult being an independent designer with zero startup money. I have yet to take out any loans and I am proud to still pay my credit card bills on time. The fashion industry is so tough in so many ways and one risks burning out very quickly. Me? I’ve been smoldering for a decade. When…


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Polyester or Polyamide

Polyester or Polyamide


Both, polyamide (often called by its most famous brand name: nylon) and polyester are polymers. This means that their fibers are made of a long chain, made of molecules linked to each other. In polyamides, these molecules are linked together by amide linkages (chemical bonds), while the molecules of polyesters are connected by ester linkages. Both fabrics are moisture-resistant…


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Polyester resin properties

Polyester resin properties


AirDrain Agronomic Natural Grass Drainage at the Chesapeake Energy Roof Top Sports Field 74, sqft. Natural Grass Field Benefits of AirDrain in a green roofing system include: AirDrain creates and helps maintain a constant Gmax for artificial turf (See below) Thickness and resin consistency of AirDrain provides uniform shock absorbency Shock absorption reduces the strain on…


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What makes polyester?

What makes polyester?


This week at its annual Insight event, NetApp shared an expanded vision for its Data Fabric. We understand the vision, but our concern is the underlying material. ONTAP is hardly high fashion and SolidFire is made of the same LUNs and volumes as NetApp. They are simply an unnatural fit for the modern data center—kind of like 70 s polyester. If you want to avoid being draped…


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Polyester and polyethylene

Polyester and polyethylene


In our July 9, 2012 post we discussed the initiative driven by Coca Cola to develop bio-based plastics for beverage containers. The first phase of this massive project has resulted in the Plant BottleTM which is made using bio-PET where the ethylene glycol starting monomer is made from renewable sources. The Plant Bottle contains approximately 30% bio-based carbon. But the…


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Images of polyester clothes

Images of polyester clothes


Lanyard / Ribbon / Strip / Rope / Cord / Ribbon / Strip / Rope / Cord Printing If you’re looking for lanyards for your business, event or as promotional goods we have a number of types of Lanyard / Ribbon / Strip / Rope / Cord to choose from. Each is made from polyester, but the way the Lanyard / Ribbon / Strip / Rope / Cord is made differs, depending on the final finish you…


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What does polyester comes from?

What does polyester comes from?


The British scientists John Whinfield and James Dickson first invented polyester cloth in 1941 in England. After World War II was over, in 1945, the United States company DuPont bought the right to make polyester and by 1950 a factory in Delaware was beginning to actually make it. People make polyester out of oil. You take the oil, which is a kind of very big hydrocarbon…


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Different Types of polyester

Different Types of polyester


Polyester fibers, the synthetic fibers, are long chain polymers derived from coal, air, water, and petroleum. They are formed through chemical reaction between an acid and alcohol. In this reaction, two or more molecules combine to make a large molecule whose structure repeats throughout its length. These molecules are very stable and strong. There are variations in the compositions…


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Polyester clothes

Polyester clothes


When you pick out your clothes, you probably don t think about their toxic load on your body and the environment. But most fabrics that make our clothes, upholstery and linens are highly processed with tons of chemicals. Find out how to protect yourself. Everyday and night we are surrounded by fabrics. From clothing to sheets on our beds to upholstery on furniture or car seats…


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Polyester Rain Jacket

Polyester Rain Jacket


Types of Weather Protection Any jacket offers some level of water resistance. Understanding terminology will help you determine what degree of protection a specific jacket has. Waterproof vs. water-resistant We call a jacket “waterproof” when its water resistance is sufficient to keep out driving rain. Though companies disagree on test standards, you can trust that any gear…


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Why is polyester bad?

Why is polyester bad?


Polyester is a man-made fibre. The material is warm and has no absorbancy. Hence is no good for a garment of regular use. A regular garment should be stretchable and sweat absorbent. It should not be heat resistant or water resistant. Polyester does not stretch, does not absorb sweat, does not breathe. Hence if you wear a polyester garment, you sweat immediately, feel very…


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Polyester Garments

Polyester Garments


Many sports uniforms, such as baseball, soccer, hockey, and football jerseys use sublimated polyester fabrics. These materials allow decoration of every inch of the garment with a full palette of bright, bold, vibrant colors. Scorch marks and dye migration are two common occurrences when heat printing onto sublimated polyester. Dye Migration Sublimated polyester is dyed using…


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