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Experiment Name : Study on industrial feed of the arm sewing machine with thread path diagram.    Introduction : The machine which practices stitches by the loop of one group of thread links with the loop of other group of thread by the...
Name of the Experiment: – Dyeing Jute yarn with Basic dye.   Introduction: It is suitable for acrylic fibers (other fibers by mordanting). It reacts with acetic groups, or mordants a chemical which can react or complex with a chromophore to...
Objectives : To dye a material practically.To observe the practical advantages and disadvantages of this dye.To compare the theoretical idea with practical experiment. Introduction :     Reactive dyes forms covalent bond with fibre polymer and...
Objects:  The main object of this process is to print the fabric. To print on the cotton fabric. Recipe :                      Dyestuff = 2 parts. K2CO3 = 4 parts
  Objects : To dye a material practically.To observe the practical advantages and disadvantages of this dye.To compare the theoretical idea with practical experiment.   Introduction :     Dyes are coloured, unsaturated organic chemical compounds capable of...
Objects :  To find out the temperature and relative humidity of lab room  Theory: Relative humidity is the ratio of actual vapour pressure to the saturated vapour pressure of the same...
The Crockmeter is used to determine the colorfastness of the textiles to wet or dry rubbing. You can use the Crockmeter for the Crockmeter test and the Crockmeter price is also competitive. A pre-determined electronic counter is fitted in the Crockmeter for...
Tearing strength:  A fabric tears when it is snagged by a sharp object and the immediate small puncher is converted into long rip by what may be a very small extra effort. It is probably the most common type of strength failure of...
Pilling: Pilling is formation of little balls of fibers (pills) on the surface of a fabric which is caused by abrasion in wear. Pilling is the tendency of fibers to come loose from a fabric surface and form balled particles...