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Texhour.com is the online portal for the apparel and textile industry. we try to keep our readers updated on news, technical textiles, articles, do's and dont's on apparel industry which is more knowledgeable and innovative.

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Printing and its Types in Textile Industry | Texhour.com

The formation of a specific colored decorative design on a fabric, with sharply defined edges. A print will normally NOT penetrate...

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4 Types of Dyeing method in Textile Industry | Texhour.com

Depending on the optic effect required in the final garment, the following can be dyed: fiber dye, yarn dye, fabric dye, garment dye.

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Types of Dyes in Textile Industry | Texhour.com

One of the types of dye is direct dyes and direct Dyes are widely used and most economical of all classes. They are soluble in water...

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2 Types of Colorants in Textile Industry | Texhour.com

Substances which are used to color textiles are called colorants and can be classified as pigments or dyes. Pigments are inert & water...

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Bleaching Process in Textile Industry | Texhour.com

Before a greige (unbleached) fabric is dyed or printed, it has to be bleached. Bleaching is the removal of all natural color from...

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Light box or Viewing Booth | Texhour

The color viewing booth is a very important instrument that is used for matching of different products and materials for their colors...

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The Munsell Test | Texhour

The Munsell test is often used to test for color blindness. But it is the colorist’s eye which finally decides color acceptability...

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Spectrophotometer in Dyeing house | Texhour

In dye houses, a spectrophotometer is used to analyze the color of a sample, and also to arrive at a recipe for dye mixing.

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Fleece and Terry Knitted Fabrics | Texhour

Fleece can be knit using a two-end or a three-end process. Three-end fleece is thicker and has more loft. The binding yarn creates...

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Interlock fabric | Texhour

Interlock fabric has two rows of stitches, one directly behind the other. The resulting fabric, therefore, appears to comprise two...

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Rib Knits | Texhour

The rib is made by alternating knit and purl stitches to form ridges on both sides of the fabric. The number of knit and purl stripes...

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Single Jersey structure and its characteristics | Texhour

Like a plain weave for a woven fabric, Single Jersey is the simplest form of knitted fabric. It is a straightforward construction...

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4 Basic Knit Stitches | Texhour

There are the four primary stitches that make up most weft-knit fabrics: knit (or plain) stitch, purl stitch, miss (or skip) stitch,...

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Weft Knits - 96 feeder circular knitting machine | Texhour

As a circular weft knitting machine rotates, each cone of yarn feeding into the knitting machine forms a separate row of loops in...

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Characteristics Of Knitted Fabrics | Texhour

Stitch length (or loop length) is the key factor to determine & maintain quality of the knitted fabrics. The stitch length, usually...

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About Knitted Fabrics | Texhour

Knitted fabrics are lightweight, wrinkle resistant, stretchable and snug fitting – and are integral to the sportswear, casual wear...

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