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Category: Man-Made Fiber

Milk Fiber Fabric - Yarn | Properties and Uses
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Milk Fiber Fabric|Impacts and Prospects 

Introduction Milk Fiber was firstly introduced in 1930 in Italy & America to compete with wool. It is also known as Casein  Fiber or milk wool.  In this blog post, we will try to cover some key points on Milk Fiber Fabric.  Let’s start by knowing;   What is Milk Fiber?…

Synthetic Fiber Types
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Synthetic Fiber Types 

Introduction   Synthetic fiber or synthetic fibre are fibers made by humans through chemical synthesis. These fibers are opposite to natural fibers that are directly derived from living organisms. In this blog post, we will describe the types of synthetic fibers.  Remember: Synthetic fibers are made from synthesized polymers of small molecules.  …

Conductive Fibers Application and Uses
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Conductive Fibers 

Conductive fibers are a mix of electric wires and the textiles world, with attributes of each. A conductive fiber is a fiber that can conduct electricity. Conductive fibers consist of a non-conductive or less conductive substrate; which is then either coated or embedded with electrically conductive elements. Such as…

Corn Fiber-Leartex
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Corn Fiber-Applications  and Uses 

Corn fiber is a comparatively new innovation in the textile industry.  Corn Fibre is also called Ingeo fiber. Is Corn Fiber a Natural Fiber?   Corn fiber is a manmade fiber derived entirely from annually renewable resources. These fibers have the performance advantages often associated with…

Sustainable Functional Textiles- For Home Textiles and Sportwear
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What is Photonic Crystal Fiber (PCF) ? 

Photonic Crystal Fiber (PCF) is a class of optical fiber-based on the properties of photonic crystals. It was first explored in 1996 at the University of Bath, UK. Because of its ability to confine light in hollow cores or with confinement characteristics not possible in conventional optical fiber. Photonic…

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