chapter 22 B

chapter 22 B - DYEING AT DIFFERENT PROCESSING STAGES Fabric...

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DYEING AT DIFFERENT PROCESSING STAGES Fabric Dyeing color applied to fabric to achieve solid color open, flat widths or rope form (knits/fabrics not subject to creasing) batch or continuous piece dyeing (dyeing a small piece) batch fabric dyeing identification light areas where yarns cross #120 ribstock nylon, #70 Corduroy (both of these fabrics have been dyed in the fabric stage) 1
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Fabric Dyeing Batch Processes shorter fabric lengths beck dyeing Wool as under little tension jet dyeing Fabric and dye move thru tube Improved dye penetration – Beck and jet dying have been dyed through rope form jig dyeing Form of dyeing used on Cotton Jig and beam dyeing use flat-width drawing, textbook 22.8, doesn’t need high temp beam dyeing Loosely woven fabrics 2
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DYEING AT DIFFERENT PROCESSING STAGES Fabric Dyeing Continuous Processes use Large quantities same shade those that can withstand tension vacuum removal of excess dye thick, heavy weight, pile fabrics improved penetration Disadvantages Absorption may not be uniform (in other words, not be level the goal of dyeing is to have a the same amount of dyeing on every level) Dye migration during drying (dye spreads into adjacent areas and possibly more heavier, thus not level) 3
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DYEING AT DIFFERENT PROCESSING STAGES Garment Dyeing color applied to completed garment primarily cotton small lots of garments with special effects (ex: LSU beats Arkansas) Quick response requirements
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chapter 22 B - DYEING AT DIFFERENT PROCESSING STAGES Fabric...

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