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She looks as if she's made of man-made fibres you see.
They were given a grandstand view of how the world's first new man-made fibre for 30 years is manufactured.
Many new qualities were introduced into these man-made fibres that could not be obtained from their natural counterparts.
Polyester has become one of the most successful of the man-made fibres.
Tactel is the brand name of a man-made fibre made from nylon.
The man-made fibres were quickly adopted by the industry because of their easy-care properties.
Inorganic man-made fibres are made from glass metal, carbon or ceramic.
The other benefit of man-made fibre over cotton is that it absorbs less water and mud.
I'm the director of a man-made fibres company,' he said, with a flash of inspiration.
For example, man-made fibres, plastics, fake fur and cotton are not allowed in camp.
Today, man-made fibres are often used in weaving.
As a man-made fibre, ripstop can benefit from a hot cutter that will seal the edges.
For exceptional durability other man-made fibres are used.
And there are outlets for it in plastics, rubber and man-made fibres.
Made mainly of man-made fibres such as viscose, acetate or blends.
He went on to print escape maps on silk, man-made fibre and tissue paper.
Later, artificial or man-made fibres such as nylon or rayon were employed.
For example, yarn spun from non-originating man-made fibres in France would not be originating.
Index to man-made fibres of the world (editor)
However in a few years the process became highly successful and was responsible for transforming the silk weaver into the world's leading man-made fibre production company.
The images, which can be printed on most natural and man-made fibres, offer a wide range of application in architecture, interior design and fashion.
Man-made fibres, which can be modified during production, are especially adaptable for special effects such as crimping and texturizing.
Nylon was fused into skin, man-made fibre into man, until it was impossible even to separate them again.
There are two main categories of fibres used: natural fibre and man-made fibre (synthetics or petroleum based).
Man-made fibres are also hard wearing, have an improved resilience to hard wear and are now anti-static.
It is one of the most important raw materials used in man-made fibers.
The second group is prepared from a man-made fiber.
Other fibres produced in India include silk, jute, wool, and man-made fibers.
Clayton Hutton printed escape maps on silk, man-made fiber and tissue paper.
Carpet is a floor covering woven or felted from natural or man-made fibers.
The new man-made fibers (MMFs) can best be described as war material.
Man-made fibers are used sparingly, if at all, in traditional suits sold by retailers who cater to the carriage trade.
Nylon was the first man-made fiber to achieve widespread popular use, appearing in everything from toothbrush bristles to fishing line.
'Synthetic fiber' or 'man-made fibers' generally come from synthetic materials such as petrochemicals.
The product range included spinnerets, components and testing equipment for the man-made fiber, textile und plastics industry.
The principal applications for Sachtleben products include man-made fibers, paints and other coatings, plastics, and paper.
"But the world market for jute disappeared in recent years because of plastics and man-made fibers," Dr. Embree said.
Cellulose fibers are a subset of man-made fibers, regenerated from natural cellulose.
Polymers, the largest revenue segment at about 33 percent of the basic chemicals dollar value, includes all categories of plastics and man-made fibers.
My guests sink comfortably into that heap of cushions, never aware that each is a triumph of natural over man-made fibers.
But now, waterproof fabric and insulation of man-made fibers make it fitting apparel for skiing and other winter sports in more temperate climates.
Perhaps not even apparel made of polyester will escape unscathed: The Government has listed some types of clothing made from man-made fibers for possible sanctions.
As early as 1939, Montagut started to work on synthetic fibers and rapidly became an expert in knitting rayon and man-made fibers.
The leading man-made fibers include polyester, nylon, polypropylene, and acrylics, with applications including apparel, home furnishings, and other industrial and consumer use.
Akzo's activities include basic and specialty chemicals, salt, man-made fibers, coatings, pharmaceuticals and diagnostics, and consumer and other industrial products.
Fabrics are linen and cotton, lightweight knits that stretch and pucker, sensuous silks and crinkled man-made fibers.
The company said the policy would not be instituted at its headquarters because the employees there were not exposed to man-made fibers that have been linked to lung disorders.
The majority of the world's PET production is for man-made fibers (in excess of 60%) with bottle-making accounting for around 30% of global demand.
Boots, almost completely composed of plastic and man-made fibers, are more resistant to damage than leather shoes, but time and temperature can cause severe damage, particularly from mildew.
Walter H. Hindle, an authority on the manufacture and marketing of textiles and man-made fibers, died on Wednesday at New York Hospital.
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