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Disperse Dye for Polyester | Why called disperse dye | Application and mechanism of disperse dyes | Features of of disperse dyes

Part 1 : Disperse Dye for Polyester | Why called disperse dye | Application and mechanism  Part 3 : Auxilaries Of Disperse Dye   Why called disperse dye Disperse dye are the smallest dye of all dyes. They are insoluble in water. When they are applied to the dye bath, they form dispersion. They are free from ionized group. So they have low […]

Dyeing Jute yarn with Basic dye

Textile Printing | Feature of Textile Printing | Process flowchart of textile printing

 Textile Printing The word of “printing” has derived from a Latin word which means “pressing “. It implies a process that uses pressure. Textile printing is one kind of localized dyeing where dyes or pigments & chemical applied by any method which can produce a particular effect of color on fabric according to design. In […]

Dyeing Jute yarn with Basic dye

Acid wash | Random wash | Acid Wash by Stones

Acid wash / Random wash At present times, the most popular denim garments are random washed among the fashionable people. When solid washed the fading, effects are even and uniform in the garments but when random washed effects are uneven.                               […]

Disperse Dye for Polyester | Why called disperse dye | Application and mechanism of disperse dyes | Features of of disperse dyes

Feed of the Arm Sewing Machine II Study on industrial feed of the arm sewing machine with thread path diagram

Experiment Name : Study on industrial feed of the arm sewing machine with thread path diagram.    Introduction : The machine which practices stitches by the loop of one group of thread links with the loop of other group of thread by the process of interloping is called the industrial feed of the arm machine. There are […]

Dyeing Jute yarn with Basic dye

Bar tack Sewing Machine II Study on bar tack sewing machine with thread path diagram and sample production.

Industrial bar tack machine is actually a lockstitch machine group. By this machine, a very high density lockstitch is produced in very short length for increase the strength of that particular place. These machines are used for sewing both woven and knitted garments. For light thickness fabrics, needle size should be lower and heavy thickness fabric, height needle size should be used.

Disperse Dye for Polyester | Why called disperse dye | Application and mechanism of disperse dyes | Features of of disperse dyes

Different Parts of a Sewing Machine and Their Function

A sewing machine is a textile machine used to stitch fabric, paper, card and other material together with thread. It is an important part of the garment manufacturing industry as well.They are different types of sewing machines that are available in the market. The basic functionality of the machine is one and the same.

Disperse Dye for Polyester | Why called disperse dye | Application and mechanism of disperse dyes | Features of of disperse dyes