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  • What is the difference between digital printing and offset printing?

    What is the difference between digital printing and offset printing? Printing is printing, right? Not exactly… Let’s take a look at these two printing methods, their differences, and where it makes sense to use one or the other for your next print project. What is Offset Printing? Of...
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  • What is color fastness? Why test for color fastness?

    Color fastness refers to the degree of fading of dyed fabrics under the action of external factors (extrusion, friction, washing, rain, exposure, light, seawater immersion, saliva immersion, water stains, sweat stains, etc.) during use or processing. It grades the fastness based on the discolorat...
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  • What is Coolmax?

    Coolmax, a registered trademark of Invista, is the brand name for a range of moisture-wicking technical fabrics developed by DuPont Textiles and Interiors (now Invista) in 1986. These fabrics use specially developed polyester fibres that provide superior moisture wicking compared to natural fibr...
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  • What is knitted fabric?(Guide for beginners)

    Knitted fabrics and woven fabrics are the two most common types of fabrics used to make clothing. Knitted fabrics are made by threads connected to a needle making loops, which are interwoven with other loops to form fabrics. Knitted fabrics are one of the most common types of fabrics used to make...
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  • How to identify fabric fiber content using a fabric burn test?

    If you are in the very early stages of fabric sourcing, you may have trouble identifying the fibers that make up your fabric. In this case, the fabric burn test can be really helpful. Normally, natural fiber is highly flammable. The flame does not spit. After burning, it smells like paper. And as...
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  • What is fabric shrinkage?

    Fabric shrinkage can ruin your clothes and leaves you with unpleasant clients. But what is fabric shrinkage? And what can you do to avoid it? Read on to find out everything you need to know.   What is fabric shrinkage? Fabric shrinkage is simply the extent to which the length or width of a ...
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  • 3 Ways to Distinguish between Knitted and Woven Fabrics

    There are all kinds of fabrics on the market, but when it comes to wearable fabrics, the most common types are knitted and woven fabrics. Most fabrics are named after the way they are made, including knitted and woven fabrics. If you are working with fabrics for the first time, you may find it di...
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  • Huasheng is GRS Certified

    Ecological production and social criteria are hardly taken for granted in the textile industry. But there are products that meet these criteria and receive a stamp of approval for them. The Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certifies products containing at least 20% recycled materials. Companies tha...
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  • How to calculate the weight of fabric?

    Why is fabric weight important? 1,The weight of the fabric and its application have a significant relationship If you have experience purchasing fabrics from fabric suppliers, then you know that they will ask you for your preferred fabric weight. It is also an important reference specification t...
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  • The introduction of moisture wicking fabric

    Looking fabric for outdoor or sports apparel? You’ve most likely come across the expression “moisture wicking fabric”. However, what’s this? How does it work? And how useful is it for your product? If you’re looking for information on moisture wicking fabrics, you’re in the righ...
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  • Polyester fabrics or nylon fabrics, which is best for you?

    Are polyester and nylon fabrics easy to wear? Polyester fabric is a chemical fiber garment fabric used in diurnal life. Its greatest advantage is that it has good wrinkle resistance and shape retention, making it suitable for outdoor wear. Nylon fabric is known for its excellent abrasion resistan...
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  • Rib Fabric

    Rib fabric is a type of weft knitted fabric in which a single yarn forms wales on the front and back in turn. Rib fabric can be produced by double needle bed circular or flat knitting machine. Its organization is knitted by rib gauge, so it is called rib. The outer and inner stitches of plain we...
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