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Compound Fabric Structures Lesson 11 Oct 2, 2007
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Compound Fabric Structures Quilted fabrics Tufted fabrics Flocked fabrics Coated fabrics Laminated fabrics Foam and Fiber fabrics
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Quilted fabrics Fabrics consisting of a filler material sandwiched between two thin fabrics Two layers are held together by Ultrasonic (heat) bonding Causes layers to fuse together at desired locations High frequency ultrasonic vibrations heat thermoplastic fibers . Stitching threads Normally stitching is done to form a diamond or wavy pattern May be done manually or automatically
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Quilted fabrics End uses Cold weather garments Upholstery fabrics Bedspread quilts Softness Warmth
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Tufted Fabrics Fabrics that have a pile consisting of loops or tufts Formed by inserting a series of yarns into a backing or secondary fabric Pile yarns loops or tufts stand vertical to the backing or ground fabric
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course TT 105 taught by Professor Michielsen during the Fall '08 term at N.C. State.

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