sewability

sewability

(ˌsəʊəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
(Knitting & Sewing) the ability to be sewn or stitched
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Our technology solutions are requirement based to minimize Tearing / Tensile during Resin finish for shrinkage control and for Wrinkle resistant finish, crocking improvement ( wet ) on Pigment printed fabric, pilling improvement ( Blend with Cotton and Blend with PES ), anti-slipping finishing package ( Blend with Cotton and Blend with PES ), improvement in Abrasion / Bursting effects in Woven / Knit fabric and sewability improver during stitching and garment making.
Ezzat, "The influence of stitch length of weft knitted fabrics on the sewability," Journal of American Science, vol.
The Impact of Treating Cotton with Alkaline Pectinase on Cotton Knitted Fabric Sewability. Tekstil Vol.
This nonwoven has extensive finishing potential, from color-ability to drape enhancement, sewability and resistance to abrasion and fraying.
Better sewability is noticed for unfinished and finished cotton/Lycra denim fabric sewn by needle size 14 and 16, respectively in comparison to other needle sizes.
cross machine difference Melting or burning behavior Moldable/formable Odor/smell Oleophobic/philic Opacity/transparency Optical properties Permeability Pilling resistance Pore size Printability Quiet/noisy Seam strength Sewability Softness/stiffness Specific gravity Static generation Sterilizable Surface topography & appearance Tear strength/propagation Tensile strength wet & dry Thermal conductivity Thickness Top vs.
AIRO(r) indicate a treatment type that is characterized by that unique combination of softness, drape, volume, dimensional stability, elasticity and sewability, known as AIRO Hand, which can be achieved only on genuine Biancalani machines and is certified by the "AIRO(r) Hand" label program."
Products of choice in this area tend to be spunbonded polypropylene and polyester due to the characteristics of softness, coverage, breathability and sewability demanded.
Rossano Biancalani, "The name AIRO(r) begun to be used to indicate a treatment type that is characterized by that unique combination of softness, drape, volume, dimensional stability, elasticity and sewability, known as AIRO Hand, which can be achieved only on genuine Biancalani machines and is certified by the "AIRO(r) Hand" label program."
Rossano Biancalani, "Since its launch since 1999, the name AIRO(r) begun to be used to indicate a treatment type that is characterized by that unique combination of softness, drape, volume, dimensional stability, elasticity and sewability, known as AIRO Hand, which can be achieved only on genuine Biancalani machines and is certified by the "AIRO(r) Hand" label program."