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All of these have been slipcovered in a vanilla-colored duck cloth.
All canvases are in artist acrylics on quality duck cloth to superb effect.
Due to the strength of the material, canvas or duck cloth is often used for making institutional straitjackets.
A numbering system is used to describe the various weights of duck cloth, based on the weight of a 36x22-inch piece.
Utilikilts, in Pioneer Square, offers eight models, which include styles made of cotton, leather, duck cloth and lightweight nylon.
To create suitably robust pants for working, he used duck cloth and reinforced the weak points in the seams and pockets with the copper rivets.
When the mill opened in 1894, manufacturing cotton duck cloth (a canvas-like material), it was the first totally electric textile mill in the world.
It is made entirely out of repurposed duck cloth, sourced from food transport trucks, and uniquely captures the local expression 'The Lebanese make elephants fly.'
The "Methuen Duck Cloth" the Nevins manufactured was world-renowned as a material for sail cloth and tents for the tropics.
During World War II, Revolite (then a division of Johnson & Johnson) developed an adhesive tape made from a rubber-based adhesive applied to a durable duck cloth backing.
In 1822, duck cloth manufacturer William Gray took apart his Stoneham, Massachusetts factory and reassembled it between the chocolate and grist mills to form one building about 150 feet in length.
The first material called "duck tape" was long strips of plain cotton duck cloth used in making shoes stronger, for decoration on clothing, and for wrapping steel cables or electrical conductors to protect them from corrosion or wear.
The Revolite division of Johnson & Johnson had made medical adhesive tapes from duck cloth from 1927 and a team headed by Revolite's Johnny Denoye and Johnson & Johnson's Bill Gross developed the new adhesive tape, designed to be ripped by hand, not cut with scissors.