Durability Testing

Durability Testing - Announcements Even though we missed...

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Announcements Even though we missed lectures last week, read chapter 5 in your text. It will be on the prelim. You have done the labs relating to it (first 2 labs) and much of the information should be a review of material covered in FSAD 1350 and 2370.
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Worth Street Textile Market Rules Codifies textile purchasing. Most recent edition 1986, 1991 for knits. Reflect common and fair business practices for buying and selling textiles Define trade terms (rejections, quantities, defect types, seconds), buyer’s rights, seller’s rights, common contract terms, arbitration rules for disputes Define tolerances for quality and specify standardized procedures for evaluating fabric properties and performance measures
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Worth Street Textile Classifications Wovens – classification based on fiber content, yarn type, fabric weight, structural or applied design, general use classification of fancy or staple. Specific fabric names are listed for each classification. Class 1, Specification FF: Fine fancy goods and cotton and synthetic yarn mixtures and blends (special or fashion goods with structural designs) Class 2, Specification FS: Fine cotton and blended greige goods (fabrics prepared for piece or garment dyeing and/or applied design)
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Class 3, Specification G: Carded cotton and carded blended greige goods (lower quality, heavier weight than FS, also prepared for dyeing and design application) Class 4, Specification FFGG: Filament (smooth) and textured (bulked) filament and filament/spun greige goods (usually finished with piece dyeing or applied designs) Class 5, Specification P.1: Goods sold for rubberizing, coating, and laminating (includes low quality woven and knit, fiber webs, often used as substrates)
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Worth Street Rules Knit Quality Standards Class 1 Circular knitted fabrics (filling or weft knits) Class 2 Raschel knitted fabrics (warp knits, often novelty knits) Class 3 Tricot fabrics (warp knits made from very fine filament yarns, light in weight) Class 4 Sliver knitted pile fabrics (filling knits that have a yarn sliver laid into the knitted structure as the fabric is formed
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This note was uploaded on 12/25/2009 for the course FSAD 4320 taught by Professor Kozen during the Fall '09 term at Cornell.

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