Comparison Between Sectional Warping And High-Speed Warping

Warping Warping is important for the weaving process. This process are mainly two types are as follow: Sectional warping or pattern warping. High speed warping or beam warping or direct warping. These two processes have lots of features. It is important to know the advantages and disadvantages of the two types. If we have an … Read more

Principles of CAD or Digitized System Of Pattern Making

Pattern Making In garments making; different types of modern equipment are added to ensure the quality of the products. Day by day; man wants to design their pattern by the modern system. For this man introduced CAD and Digitizing system for making the pattern design. This system also decreases the rate of defects in garments. … Read more

Direct Dyes || Properties Of Direct Dyes

Direct Dyes Direct dyes are sodium salt of sulphonic acid and most of them contain an azo group as the main chromophore. Additionally, direct dye dyeing is carried out in alkaline conditions. This dyeing process is done comparatively at low temperatures. After absorbing dyes it tends to bleed of dyes which produce unevenness of shade, … Read more

What Is Vat Dye || Properties Of Vat Dye

Vat Dye Vat dyes are different from reactive dyes, disperse dyes, basic dyes, acid dyes, or azoic color but their application process is near similar to sulphur dyes. Vat dyes are used for coloring cellulosic fiber especially cotton fiber. It is widely used for running the dyeing process of cotton yarns which is used for … Read more

What Is Basic Dyes || Properties, Advantages And, Limitations Of Basic Dyes

Basic Dyes Basic dyes and their application in the dyeing and printing process are interesting. Jute fiber and its generated products are treated with basic dyes. I have written about jute fabric printing with basic dyes in one of my blog posts. I think that’s will help you to know about the printing process of … Read more

Properties, Types, And Uses Of Sulphur Dye

Sulphur Dye Sulphur dyes are one of the most used dyes for producing bright black and brown shade on cellulosic fiber products. The chemistry of sulphur dyes dyeing is near similar to vat dyes dyeing. In both cases, the final colour is developed by the oxidation process. Although, reactive dyes, azoic colour is available sulphur … Read more

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