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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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Defects of Woven Fabric | Texhour

the defects of woven fabrics are slub, grain, on-grain, off-grain, reed mark, flat, broken, slack, coarse, bowed, skewed and they...

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Special Type of Weaves | Texhour

Chambray, Dobby, Jacquard etc.. are the special types of weaves. Here we may explain one by one for more knowledge.

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Classification of Weaves | Texhour

During weaving, the warp and the weft can be interlaced in a wide variety of ways to give different weave types. A weave may be characterized...

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How to identify right side of the fabric? | Texhour

5 techniques to find out the right side of fabric, When the cloth is on a bolt, identification is easy, as the fabric is folded with...

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How to determine durability of Woven fabric? | Texhour

The durability of the Woven fabric depends upon durability the type and quality of the fiber. The tensile strength of the yarn. The...

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About Woven Fabrics | Texhour

Weaving is the oldest & most widely used method of fabric construction. It is made with two or more sets of yarns interlaced at right...

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Non-Woven fabrics | Texhour

Mass of fibers can be held together as a fabric by interlocking the fibers by mechanical action or by fusing fibers with heat, adhesive...

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Spandex – Elastomeric fibers  | Texhour

Spandex is an elastomeric fiber that consists of soft and hard segments. Elastomeric fibers, also known as soft fibers, extend due...

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Nylon (Polyamide) and their Characteristics | Texhour

Nylon is a thermoplastic material, first used commercially in a nylon bristled toothbrushes. Nylon was intended to be a synthetic...

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Acrylic fibers - Synthetic fibers | Texhour

Acrylic fibers are synthetic fibers made from the polymer polyacrylonitrile. Its major properties include a soft, wool-like hand,...

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Denier and Tex | Texhour

The denier is based on a natural reference - a single strand of silk is approximately 9000-meters long and weighs about one gram....

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Polyester (Non-Cellulosic Fiber) | Texhour

Polyester fibers are long chained polymers produced from elements derived from coal, air, water, and petroleum. The molten polymer...

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Lyocell - Regenerated Cellulosic fiber | Texhour

Lyocell is third generation rayon technology. (Tencel® is Lenzing’s brand name for lyocell.) Lyocell’s advantages include the environmental...

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Modal - Regenerated Cellulosic fiber | Texhour

Modal is a second generation regenerated cellulosic fiber and a variation of rayon. It is an HWM fiber. Lenzing Modal® is made from...

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Rayon – Regenerated Cellulose Fibers | Texhour

Rayon is composed of pure cellulose and made from wood pulp harvested from pine, spruce, hemlock, and bamboo. The fiber is made from...

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Silk and their Properties | Texhour

Silk is the strongest natural fiber, makes sheer yet durable fabrics and can be blended with many fibers, including cotton and wool....

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