By A Briggs-Goode, K Townsend
Fabric layout is a posh box of perform which operates in a aggressive, worldwide undefined. Designers have to consider not just the layout but additionally the manufacture, technological improvement and alertness of the ultimate product. cloth layout presents a large evaluation of the basics of and advances in fabric layout, in addition to functional case stories of suitable industries.Part 1 covers the foundations of material development as utilized to cloth layout, with chapters on basic rules, woven and knitted fabric layout. half 2 discusses floor ways to fabric layout, with chapters on such themes as floor layout of textiles, published and embroidered fabric layout, dyeing and completing and using colour in fabric layout. eventually, half three specializes in the purposes and advances in cloth layout, together with chapters protecting colour development forecasting, sustainable cloth layout, type, inside and 2nd to 3D layout concerns and new advancements in technical and destiny textiles.
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Extra info for Textile Design: Principles, Advances, and Applications (Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles)
10 Compound fabrics Quilted fabrics Tufted fabrics Flocked fabrics Coated fabrics Laminated fabrics Fabrics consisting of a filler material sandwiched between two fabrics Fabrics which have a yarn pile (of loops or tufts) inserted into a backing fabric. The pile stands vertical o at 90 to the backing fabric Fabrics which have flock (very short or pulverised fibres) attached to a base fabric – usually by an adhesive. The resultant fabrics have a velvet-like feel Fabrics which have had a layer or layers of a coating fabric applied Fabrics which comprise layers joined together by an adhesive or by the adhesive properties of one of the layers of techniques such as stitching, fusing or bonding with adhesive are used to hold the layers together.
A loom is essentially a system which allows the warp threads to be held taut and the desired weave raised in an appropriate order. The raising of some warp ends creates a space (the shed) which allows the weft to be inserted. For basic weaves the warp threads are usually woven on a loom which uses shafts to raise the warp threads as desired. The number of shafts on the loom determines the maximum number of different interlacing warp threads there can be in any fabric woven on that loom. For looms with only two shafts the shafts can be controlled by treadles.
For example, a yarn numbered 10 tex weighs 10 grams per kilometre. The tex number increases with the size of the yarn. The yarns are labelled according to an international code. The yarn count number is followed by the word ‘tex’. The term ‘folded’ is used in preference to ‘plied’ yarn when two or more yarns are twisted together, and the direction of the twist is included in the formation. For example R 20 tex/ 2 S – two threads of 10 tex are folded in an ‘S’ direction, therefore the resultant count (R) will be 20 tex because the weight is exactly doubled.
Textile Design: Principles, Advances, and Applications (Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles) by A Briggs-Goode, K Townsend