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Manufacturing processes for textile and fashion design professionals

By: Publication details: Thames & Hudson, 2014 New York, New York, Description: 544 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cmISBN:
  • 9780500517413
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  • 677.028 THO
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Machine generated contents note: How to Use this Book Providing an insight into the structure, format and content of the book's chapters Introduction Inspirational materials, craft and manufacturing for textile and fashion designers pt. One Fibre and Yarn Technology Preparation Wool and Hair Grading and Scouring Wool Carding and Combing Cotton Organic Cotton Production in Kyrgyzstan Bast Fibres Converting Flax into Fibre Leaf Fibres Abaca Production in the Philippines Extracting Pina for Fancy Fabrics Silk Sericulture in the Philippines Formation Filament Spinning Melt Spinning Polypropylene Staple Yarn Spinning Carding and Ring Spinning Worsted Ply Yarn Plying and Twisting Ring Spinning Ply Yarn Twisting Ply Yarn Twisting Rope Braiding 12-Strand Single-Braided Dyneema Braiding a Colourful Polyester Jacket pt. Two Textile Technology Weave Loom Weaving Weaving a Checked Pattern Note continued: Weaving Narrow Widths Circular Loom Weaving Fancy Loom Weaving Jacquard Weaving with Novelty Yarn Jacquard Weaving Figured Silk Textile Handloom Weaving Weaving Figured Velvet Weaving 17-Colour Brocade Pile Weaving Double-Cloth Weaving Silk Velvet Over-Wire Weaving Wilton Carpet Wilton Design, Colour and Finishing Axminster Carpet Production Machine Weaving Lace Machine Weaving White Cotton Leavers Lace Warp-Woven Leavers Lace with Gold Outline Hand Weaving Lace Making Buckinghamshire Bobbin Lace Needle Lace Tatting a Net Bag Basket Weaving Weaving a Willow Basket Knit Weft Knitting Knitting Plain Jersey on a Straight Bar Frame Fancy Knitting on a V-Bed Technical Knitting Three-Dimensional Fabrics Knitting Three-Colour Double-Faced Fabric Circular Knitting Circular Knitting Technical Socks Warp Knitting Warping Seamless Warp Knitting Note continued: Warp Knitting with Novelty Yarn Other Sheet Nonwoven Forming a Fibre Web Needle Punching Synthetic Felt Leather Tanning Preparing Raw Hides for Tanning Chrome Tanning Retanning, Dyeing and Finishing Leather Tanning Sheepskin Natural Rubber and Latex Tapping Latex and Vulcanizing Rubber in Malaysia Foam Manufacturing Slabstock Slitting Foam into Sheets and Strip Peeling Sheets from Round Blocks Recycled Foam Production Plastic Film Extrusion Co-Extruding Multicoloured Sheets Blown Film Production Laminating Dry-Powder Laminating Foam to Nonwoven Adhesive Bonding Foam to Film Stitch Bonding Quilted Fabric with Nonwoven Batting Warp Knitting with Inlaid Weft Finishing Scouring and Mercerizing Singeing and Desizing Cotton Fabric Washing, Bleaching and Drying Mercerizing Cotton Stretching and Shrinking Tentering Cotton Pre-Shrinking Cotton Note continued: Napping and Sueding Various Techniques for Raising the Nap on Wool Calendering and Embossing Calendering Cotton Punching Leather Fluid Coating Direct Coating Polyurethane Dip Coating Wax Testing Coated Textile Spread Tow and Fabric Prepreg North TPT Preparing Flax Fibre Composite Decorating Dyeing Dyeing and Blending Wool Fibres Skein Dyeing Wool Package Dyeing Silk Piece Dyeing Cotton Textile Resist Dyeing Dyeing Yarn for Ikat Hand Drawing Batik Block Printing Repeating Patterns Dyeing Batik Hand Block Printing Block Printing Cotton Fabric Screen Printing Design for Screen Printing Rotary Screen Printing Flat-Bed Screen Printing Warp Printing Silk Multicolour Flat-Bed Printing a T-Shirt Discharge Printing a Black T-Shirt Preparing a Screen Transfer Printing Printing Faux Tartan onto Polyester Digital Printing Inkjet Printing Linen Fabric Note continued: Flocking Flocking on Leather Flocking a Plastic Stool Tufting Machine Tufting Commercial Carpet Machine Tufting Coloured Patterns and Finishing Carpet Tufting Artificial Grass Hand Making a Rug with a Tufting Gun Shearing and Backing Embroidery Marking a Pattern for Embroidery Embroidering a Monogram Goldwork for Ceremonial Accoutrements Tambour Bead Embroidery Machine Embroidery pt. Three Construction Technology Cutting Manual Cutting Pattern Cutting a Bespoke Suit CNC Cutting Cutting with a Rotary Knife Multi-Tool CNC Cutter Slitting and Crosscutting Hand Cutting Linen Guillotining Cotton Hot-Knife Cutting Synthetic Webbing Cutting Scarves from Full-Beam Fabric Laser Cutting Laser Cutting Fleece Padding Large-Format Cutting Laser Cutting Fake Fur Cutting Intricate Details Die Cutting Preparing Leather for Cutting Die Cutting a One-Piece Glove Pattern Note continued: Joining Hand Stitching Tailoring a Savile Row Suit Hand Finishing Leather Gloves Stitching on Wood Machine Stitching Glove Making Fabricating Lightweight Racing Sails Constructing a Waterproof Taped Seam Bar Tacking a Safety Harness Stitching a Bound Seam Edge Finishing with Overlocking Joining with Flatlocking Adhesive Bonding Adhesive Bonding Racing Sails Welding Constructing a Marquee with RF Welding Forming a Watertight Butt Weld Hot Air Welding a Reinforced Seam RF Welding Mechanical Fasteners onto Fabric Hot Wedge Welding a Hermetic Seam Impulse Welding Long Straight Seams Linking, Looping and Closing Body Linking Hand Finishing Cup Seaming Lining and Labelling Lining a Handmade Leather Glove Mechanical Fastening Applying a Snap Button Sewing Buttonholes Reinforcing a Racing Sail with Eyelets Finishing Wire Rope with a Swageless Terminal Upholstery Note continued: Fabricating and Upholstering the Oscar Sofa Molding Foam Molding Producing an Office Seat Foam Seat with Integral Fabric Cover Boarding Boarding Technical Socks Hat Blocking Felt Blocking in a Split Mold Straw Blocking with a Single-Sided Mold Blocking from Flat Sheet in a Split Mold Leather Molding Developing the Concept Closing the Upper Lasting Toe Lasting Heel Lasting Making Dip Molding Dip Molding Rubber Gloves Composite Press Forming Press Forming a Carbon-Fibre-Reinforced Thermoplastic Trimming a Seat with Five-Axis CNC Machining Non-Destructive Testing for Critical Parts 3D Thermal Laminating 3DL Sails on a TP 52 Type Racing Boat 3Di Sails on a Farr 400 Racing Boat Filament Winding Design and Testing Filament Winding a Pressure Vessel Additive Manufacturing 3D Scanning Pleated Structures Fused Deposition Modelling pt. Four Materials Note continued: Plant Fibres Cotton, Flax, Jute and Kenaf, Hemp, Ramie, Natural Bamboo Fibre, Coir, Leaf Fibres Fibrous Wood, Grass and Leaves Softwood, Hardwood, Bamboo, Rattan, Bark, Cork, Flowering Plants, Leaves Natural Protein Fibres Wool, Cashmere, Mohair, Llama and Alpaca, Vicuna and Guanaco, Camel, Yak, Angora, Silk Leather and Fur Cowhide and Calfskin, Sheepskin and Lambswool, Goatskin and Kidskin, Deerskin, Pigskin, Horsehide and Pony, Rabbit and Chinchilla Fur, Mink and Sable Fur, Fox, Wolf and Coyote Fur, Ostrich Skin, Fish Skin, Reptile Skin Regenerated Fibres Viscose, Lyocell, Cellulose Acetate, Azlon Synthetic Materials Polypropylene (PP), Polyester, Nylon, Acrylic, Polyethylene (PE), Elastane, Polyurethane (PU), Synthetic Rubber, Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), Silicone, Bioplastic Special Purpose Materials Note continued: Aramid, Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP), Polyphenylene Benzobisoxazole (PBO), Polytetrafluorothylene (PTFE), Carbon Fibre, Glass Fibre, Basalt Fibre, Metals Directory
Summary: To be truly prized and employable, textile and fashion designers have to be aware of, and knowledgeable about, a wide range of processes to enable their designs to be manufactured effectively, often thousands of miles from their design studio. This much-needed new reference is the only encyclopedic guide to manufacturing processes and materials that is truly relevant for textile and fashion designers. It is organized into five main parts: fiber and yarn technology; textile technology; construction technology; life cycle strategies; and materials appendix. This book is a complete overview of the life cycle of textile and fashion manufacturing, from the spinning of yarn to recycling. All the processes feature detailed step-by-step case studies showing the process in manufacture at a leading international supplier. The appendix features essential knowledge on over sixty natural and synthetic materials. With around 1,400 specially commissioned photographs and technical illustrations, this is the indispensable, reliable, convenient, and highly accessible practical reference for all textile and fashion designers
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Machine generated contents note: How to Use this Book
Providing an insight into the structure, format and content of the book's chapters
Introduction
Inspirational materials, craft and manufacturing for textile and fashion designers
pt. One Fibre and Yarn Technology
Preparation
Wool and Hair
Grading and Scouring Wool
Carding and Combing
Cotton
Organic Cotton Production in Kyrgyzstan
Bast Fibres
Converting Flax into Fibre
Leaf Fibres
Abaca Production in the Philippines
Extracting Pina for Fancy Fabrics
Silk
Sericulture in the Philippines
Formation
Filament Spinning
Melt Spinning Polypropylene
Staple Yarn Spinning
Carding and Ring Spinning Worsted Ply Yarn
Plying and Twisting
Ring Spinning Ply Yarn
Twisting Ply Yarn
Twisting Rope
Braiding
12-Strand Single-Braided Dyneema
Braiding a Colourful Polyester Jacket
pt. Two Textile Technology
Weave
Loom Weaving
Weaving a Checked Pattern Note continued: Weaving Narrow Widths
Circular Loom Weaving
Fancy Loom Weaving
Jacquard Weaving with Novelty Yarn
Jacquard Weaving Figured Silk Textile
Handloom Weaving
Weaving Figured Velvet
Weaving 17-Colour Brocade
Pile Weaving
Double-Cloth Weaving Silk Velvet
Over-Wire Weaving Wilton Carpet
Wilton Design, Colour and Finishing
Axminster Carpet Production
Machine Weaving Lace
Machine Weaving White Cotton Leavers Lace
Warp-Woven Leavers Lace with Gold Outline
Hand Weaving Lace
Making Buckinghamshire Bobbin Lace
Needle Lace
Tatting a Net Bag
Basket Weaving
Weaving a Willow Basket
Knit
Weft Knitting
Knitting Plain Jersey on a Straight Bar Frame
Fancy Knitting on a V-Bed
Technical Knitting Three-Dimensional Fabrics
Knitting Three-Colour Double-Faced Fabric
Circular Knitting
Circular Knitting Technical Socks
Warp Knitting
Warping
Seamless Warp Knitting Note continued: Warp Knitting with Novelty Yarn
Other Sheet
Nonwoven
Forming a Fibre Web
Needle Punching Synthetic Felt
Leather Tanning
Preparing Raw Hides for Tanning
Chrome Tanning
Retanning, Dyeing and Finishing Leather
Tanning Sheepskin
Natural Rubber and Latex
Tapping Latex and Vulcanizing Rubber in Malaysia
Foam
Manufacturing Slabstock
Slitting Foam into Sheets and Strip
Peeling Sheets from Round Blocks
Recycled Foam Production
Plastic Film Extrusion
Co-Extruding Multicoloured Sheets
Blown Film Production
Laminating
Dry-Powder Laminating Foam to Nonwoven
Adhesive Bonding Foam to Film
Stitch Bonding
Quilted Fabric with Nonwoven Batting
Warp Knitting with Inlaid Weft
Finishing
Scouring and Mercerizing
Singeing and Desizing Cotton Fabric
Washing, Bleaching and Drying
Mercerizing Cotton
Stretching and Shrinking
Tentering Cotton
Pre-Shrinking Cotton Note continued: Napping and Sueding
Various Techniques for Raising the Nap on Wool
Calendering and Embossing
Calendering Cotton
Punching Leather
Fluid Coating
Direct Coating Polyurethane
Dip Coating Wax
Testing Coated Textile
Spread Tow and Fabric Prepreg
North TPT
Preparing Flax Fibre Composite
Decorating
Dyeing
Dyeing and Blending Wool Fibres
Skein Dyeing Wool
Package Dyeing Silk
Piece Dyeing Cotton Textile
Resist Dyeing
Dyeing Yarn for Ikat
Hand Drawing Batik
Block Printing Repeating Patterns
Dyeing Batik
Hand Block Printing
Block Printing Cotton Fabric
Screen Printing
Design for Screen Printing
Rotary Screen Printing
Flat-Bed Screen Printing
Warp Printing Silk
Multicolour Flat-Bed Printing a T-Shirt
Discharge Printing a Black T-Shirt
Preparing a Screen
Transfer Printing
Printing Faux Tartan onto Polyester
Digital Printing
Inkjet Printing Linen Fabric Note continued: Flocking
Flocking on Leather
Flocking a Plastic Stool
Tufting
Machine Tufting Commercial Carpet
Machine Tufting Coloured Patterns and Finishing Carpet
Tufting Artificial Grass
Hand Making a Rug with a Tufting Gun
Shearing and Backing
Embroidery
Marking a Pattern for Embroidery
Embroidering a Monogram
Goldwork for Ceremonial Accoutrements
Tambour Bead Embroidery
Machine Embroidery
pt. Three Construction Technology
Cutting
Manual Cutting
Pattern Cutting a Bespoke Suit
CNC Cutting
Cutting with a Rotary Knife
Multi-Tool CNC Cutter
Slitting and Crosscutting
Hand Cutting Linen
Guillotining Cotton
Hot-Knife Cutting Synthetic Webbing
Cutting Scarves from Full-Beam Fabric
Laser Cutting
Laser Cutting Fleece Padding
Large-Format Cutting
Laser Cutting Fake Fur
Cutting Intricate Details
Die Cutting
Preparing Leather for Cutting
Die Cutting a One-Piece Glove Pattern Note continued: Joining
Hand Stitching
Tailoring a Savile Row Suit
Hand Finishing Leather Gloves
Stitching on Wood
Machine Stitching
Glove Making
Fabricating Lightweight Racing Sails
Constructing a Waterproof Taped Seam
Bar Tacking a Safety Harness
Stitching a Bound Seam
Edge Finishing with Overlocking
Joining with Flatlocking
Adhesive Bonding
Adhesive Bonding Racing Sails
Welding
Constructing a Marquee with RF Welding
Forming a Watertight Butt Weld
Hot Air Welding a Reinforced Seam
RF Welding Mechanical Fasteners onto Fabric
Hot Wedge Welding a Hermetic Seam
Impulse Welding Long Straight Seams
Linking, Looping and Closing
Body Linking
Hand Finishing
Cup Seaming
Lining and Labelling
Lining a Handmade Leather Glove
Mechanical Fastening
Applying a Snap Button
Sewing Buttonholes
Reinforcing a Racing Sail with Eyelets
Finishing Wire Rope with a Swageless Terminal
Upholstery Note continued: Fabricating and Upholstering the Oscar Sofa
Molding
Foam Molding
Producing an Office Seat
Foam Seat with Integral Fabric Cover
Boarding
Boarding Technical Socks
Hat Blocking
Felt Blocking in a Split Mold
Straw Blocking with a Single-Sided Mold
Blocking from Flat Sheet in a Split Mold
Leather Molding
Developing the Concept
Closing the Upper
Lasting
Toe Lasting
Heel Lasting
Making
Dip Molding
Dip Molding Rubber Gloves
Composite Press Forming
Press Forming a Carbon-Fibre-Reinforced Thermoplastic
Trimming a Seat with Five-Axis CNC Machining
Non-Destructive Testing for Critical Parts
3D Thermal Laminating
3DL Sails on a TP 52 Type Racing Boat
3Di Sails on a Farr 400 Racing Boat
Filament Winding
Design and Testing
Filament Winding a Pressure Vessel
Additive Manufacturing
3D Scanning Pleated Structures
Fused Deposition Modelling
pt. Four Materials Note continued: Plant Fibres
Cotton, Flax, Jute and Kenaf, Hemp, Ramie, Natural Bamboo Fibre, Coir, Leaf Fibres
Fibrous Wood, Grass and Leaves
Softwood, Hardwood, Bamboo, Rattan, Bark, Cork, Flowering Plants, Leaves
Natural Protein Fibres
Wool, Cashmere, Mohair, Llama and Alpaca, Vicuna and Guanaco, Camel, Yak, Angora, Silk
Leather and Fur
Cowhide and Calfskin, Sheepskin and Lambswool, Goatskin and Kidskin, Deerskin, Pigskin, Horsehide and Pony, Rabbit and Chinchilla Fur, Mink and Sable Fur, Fox, Wolf and Coyote Fur, Ostrich Skin, Fish Skin, Reptile Skin
Regenerated Fibres
Viscose, Lyocell, Cellulose Acetate, Azlon
Synthetic Materials
Polypropylene (PP), Polyester, Nylon, Acrylic, Polyethylene (PE), Elastane, Polyurethane (PU), Synthetic Rubber, Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), Silicone, Bioplastic
Special Purpose Materials Note continued: Aramid, Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP), Polyphenylene Benzobisoxazole (PBO), Polytetrafluorothylene (PTFE), Carbon Fibre, Glass Fibre, Basalt Fibre, Metals
Directory

To be truly prized and employable, textile and fashion designers have to be aware of, and knowledgeable about, a wide range of processes to enable their designs to be manufactured effectively, often thousands of miles from their design studio. This much-needed new reference is the only encyclopedic guide to manufacturing processes and materials that is truly relevant for textile and fashion designers. It is organized into five main parts: fiber and yarn technology; textile technology; construction technology; life cycle strategies; and materials appendix. This book is a complete overview of the life cycle of textile and fashion manufacturing, from the spinning of yarn to recycling. All the processes feature detailed step-by-step case studies showing the process in manufacture at a leading international supplier. The appendix features essential knowledge on over sixty natural and synthetic materials. With around 1,400 specially commissioned photographs and technical illustrations, this is the indispensable, reliable, convenient, and highly accessible practical reference for all textile and fashion designers

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