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Title: Textiles: Some technocal information and data VI: fusing
Authors: Cawood, MP
Keywords: fibre
Issue Date: Sep-1980
Series/Report no.: Wol
Abstract: Traditionally interlinings have been sewn into the garment on the inside of the outer fabric. However, fusible interlinings are increasingly being used in various section of the clothing industry and when correctly used have been found to give good results. However, complaints of problem do occur particularly with the technology becoming more sophisticated. Fusing interlinings are coated with an adhesive which enables them to be fused under certain conditions of temperature, time and pressure onto the outer fabric by means of a fusing press.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/4724
ISBN: 0 7988 1544 2
Appears in Collections:South African wool and textile research institute of the CSIR
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