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Manufacturing processes for textile and fashion design professionals / Rob Thompson ; photographs by Martin Thompson

By: Thompson, Rob (Designer) [autor]Contributor(s): Thompson, Martin (Photographer) [fotògraf]Material type: TextTextPublication details: New York : Thames & Hudson, 2014Description: 544 p. : il. col. ; 29 cmISBN: 9780500517413Subject(s): Fabricació | Disseny tèxtil | Teixits i tèxtils | Indústria de la confecció | Maquinària tèxtil
Contents:
How to use this book -- Introduction -- Part One. Fibre and Yarn Technology : Preparation : Wool and Hair ; Cotton ; Bast Fibres ; Leaf Fibres ; Silk -- Formation : Filament Spinning ; Staple Yarn Spinning ; Plying and Twisting ; Braiding -- Part Two. Textile Technology : Weave : Loom Weaving ; Fancy Loom Weaving ; Handloom Weaving ; Pile Weaving ; Machine Weaving Lace ; Hand Weaving Lace ; Basket Weaving -- Knit : Weft Knitting ; Circular Knitting ; Warp Knitting -- Other Sheet : Nonwoven ; Leather Tanning ; Natural Rubber and Latex ; Foam ; Plastic Film Extrusion ; Laminating ; Stitch Bonding -- Finishing : Scouring and Mercerizing ; Stretching and Shrinking ; Napping and Sueding ; Calendering and Embossing ; Fluid Coating ; Spread Tow and Fabric Prepreg -- Decorating : Dyeing ; Resist Dyeing ; Hand Block Printing ; Screen printing ; Transfer Printing ; Digital Printing ; Flocking ; Tufting ; Embroidery -- Part Three. Construction Technology : Cutting : Manual Cutting ; CNC Cutting ; Slitting and Crosscutting ; Laser Cutting ; Die Cutting -- Joining : Hand Stitching ; Machine Stitching ; Adhesive Bonding ; Welding ; Linking, Looping and Closing ; Lining and Labelling ; Mechanical Fastening ; Upholstery -- Molding : Foam Molding ; Boarding ; Hat Blocking ; Leather Molding ; Dip Molding ; Composite Press Forming ; 3D Thermal Laminating ; Filament Winding ; Additive Manufacturing -- Part Four. Materials : Plant Fibres -- Fibrous Wood, Grass and Leaves -- Natural Protein Fibres -- Leather and Fur -- Regenerated Fibres -- Synthetic Materials -- Special Purpose Materials -- Directory : Glossary and Abbreviations ; Featured Companies ; Further Reading ; Credits and Acknowledgments ; Index
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. -- Font diferent de la Library of Congress.
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How to use this book -- Introduction -- Part One. Fibre and Yarn Technology : Preparation : Wool and Hair ; Cotton ; Bast Fibres ; Leaf Fibres ; Silk -- Formation : Filament Spinning ; Staple Yarn Spinning ; Plying and Twisting ; Braiding -- Part Two. Textile Technology : Weave : Loom Weaving ; Fancy Loom Weaving ; Handloom Weaving ; Pile Weaving ; Machine Weaving Lace ; Hand Weaving Lace ; Basket Weaving -- Knit : Weft Knitting ; Circular Knitting ; Warp Knitting -- Other Sheet : Nonwoven ; Leather Tanning ; Natural Rubber and Latex ; Foam ; Plastic Film Extrusion ; Laminating ; Stitch Bonding -- Finishing : Scouring and Mercerizing ; Stretching and Shrinking ; Napping and Sueding ; Calendering and Embossing ; Fluid Coating ; Spread Tow and Fabric Prepreg -- Decorating : Dyeing ; Resist Dyeing ; Hand Block Printing ; Screen printing ; Transfer Printing ; Digital Printing ; Flocking ; Tufting ; Embroidery -- Part Three. Construction Technology : Cutting : Manual Cutting ; CNC Cutting ; Slitting and Crosscutting ; Laser Cutting ; Die Cutting -- Joining : Hand Stitching ; Machine Stitching ; Adhesive Bonding ; Welding ; Linking, Looping and Closing ; Lining and Labelling ; Mechanical Fastening ; Upholstery -- Molding : Foam Molding ; Boarding ; Hat Blocking ; Leather Molding ; Dip Molding ; Composite Press Forming ; 3D Thermal Laminating ; Filament Winding ; Additive Manufacturing -- Part Four. Materials : Plant Fibres -- Fibrous Wood, Grass and Leaves -- Natural Protein Fibres -- Leather and Fur -- Regenerated Fibres -- Synthetic Materials -- Special Purpose Materials -- Directory : Glossary and Abbreviations ; Featured Companies ; Further Reading ; Credits and Acknowledgments ; Index

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. -- Font diferent de la Library of Congress.

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