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Fiber
The fundamental component natural or manufactured, that is used in the assembly of textile yarns and fabrics.
Yarn
A continuous strand of textile fibers that may be composed of endless filaments or shorter fibers twised or otherwise held together.
Finish
Any process used to add color and enhance performance of gray goods (unfinished fabrics).
Fabric
assembled of textile fabrics and/or yarns that are woven, knitted, braided.. bonded together to five the material mechanical strength.
Textile
originally only applied to wovens, now applied to fibers, yarns, or fabrics or products made of fibers, yarns, or fabrics
Fiber
The fundamental component natural or manufactured, that is used in the assembly of textile yarns and fabrics.
Fiber
The fundamental component natural or manufactured, that is used in the assembly of textile yarns and fabrics.
Yarn
A continuous strand of textile fibers that may be composed of endless filaments or shorter fibers twised or otherwise held together.
Finish
Any process used to add color and enhance performance of gray goods (unfinished fabrics).
Yarn
A continuous strand of textile fibers that may be composed of endless filaments or shorter fibers twised or otherwise held together.
Fabric
assembled of textile fabrics and/or yarns that are woven, knitted, braided.. bonded together to five the material mechanical strength.
Finish
Any process used to add color and enhance performance of gray goods (unfinished fabrics).
Textile
originally only applied to wovens, now applied to fibers, yarns, or fabrics or products made of fibers, yarns, or fabrics
Fabric
assembled of textile fabrics and/or yarns that are woven, knitted, braided.. bonded together to five the material mechanical strength.
Textile
originally only applied to wovens, now applied to fibers, yarns, or fabrics or products made of fibers, yarns, or fabrics
Gray Goods
any fabric that is unfinished
Product Development
the design and enigneering of a product so it has desired servicability characteristics, appeals to target market, is made in time frame for reasonable cost, and is sold for profit
Performance
manner in which a textile responds when something is done to it, or when it is exposed to some environmental element that might adversely affect it
Aesthetics
the attractiveness or appearance of a textile product
Appearance Retention
how a product maintains its original appearance during use, care, and storage
Care
the treatment required to maintain a textiles original appearance
Comfort
describes the way a textile product affects heat, air, and moisture, transfer and the way the body interacts with the textile product
Cost
The amount paid to acquire, use, maintian, and dispose of a product
Durability
how a product withstands use or the length of time the product is considered suitable for the use for which it was purchased
Environmental Impact
the effect on the environment of the production, use, care, and disposal of textiles and textile products
Safety
the ability of a textile or textile product to protect the body from harm
Servicability
the measure of a textile product's ability to meet consumers' needs
Quality
the sum total of product characteristics