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    By being sustainable in the textile industry it does not just advance the textile industry exclusively but also impact sectors such as: Food sourcing for restaurants, energy utilization and the listing goes on. Sustainability is frequently illustrated or referred to as the process of reducing, recycling and reusing. Hence the fact that the textile industry form part of the largest industry in the world, therefore sustainability is exceedingly important for making differences not only environmentally but economically and socially. The textile industry use environmental resources differently therefore resources has to be differently preserved and deliberately conserved. Reasons such as: Cost depletion due to sustainability in the textile industry, protection of the environment, eco-friendly practices, customer loyalty due to good sustainability practices; are all reasons why sustainability is so imperative and a huge factor to execute in the textile and supplementary sectors. Sustainability is therefore very essential because without sustainability the textile industry will have elevated expenses, lowered quantity of resources that can be used, quality resources get scarcer…

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    Axil Textile Case Study

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    Axil Textile Company Background Axil Textile Company is an international organization that is involved in the textile production and exporting in different international markets. It is located in at the Texas United States where the main branch is found and having other branches in European countries and Africa. The Axil Textile Company has five branches in different countries targeting Europe and Africa and looking forward to having more branches. Currently, it has over 120 employees. According…

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    The Industrial Revolution brought advancements in the fields of technology, transportation of goods, science, agriculture, and production. The expansion in the industries of textile manufacturing, mining, glass making and agriculture generated significant changes in foreign trade and had introduced mass production in large-scale factories. The construction of facilities increased as technology evolved in rural areas because the demand for workers decreased which called for large quantities of…

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    Why Fabrics Are Forensic

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    Fibers are everywhere in everyone. Fibers are threadlike elements from fabric or other materials such as carpet. They are mostly identifiable under a microscope, Fabrics are helpful in forensics in many ways. Fabrics are made fiber strands that are much longer than they are wide and generally round on cross section. These fibers may be from natural or synthetic sources.The main reason why fabrics are helpful is because fibers are in clothing,upholstery, carpet, rope, and building components.…

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    Imagine the softest stuffed animal you have, and then imagine it being hand-sewn my the sweetest woman in your life, your grandmother. Back when I was 3 years old, my grandmother, Eleanor, sewed me a snowman and gave it to me as a Christmas present. When I opened the present, I immediately saw the pure white fabric, a bright orange nose, and two black buttons as eyes. Quickly after unwrapping the present, the snowman and I, whom I named Eugene, quickly became best friends. When I first received…

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    Egyptian Cotton vs. Bamboo Bed Sheets Egyptian cotton or bamboo bed sheets, which is better? On one hand, Egyptian cotton sheets are well established as the epitome of luxury while bamboo sheets are still fairly new to the world of bedding. On the other hand, bamboo sheets have some unique properties, giving it a competitive edge. So, when you’re shopping for a new set of sheets, should you opt for Egyptian cotton or bamboo? To answer this question, we’ve compared Egyptian cotton to bamboo…

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    In the Renaissance, there were laws called the Sumptuary Laws that allowed certain people to wear specific types of clothes. The lower class wore linen, which is a fabric made from flax seed fiber. The upper class wore nicer clothes made of silk, satin, and velvet. Cotton was made back in the Renaissance, but it was prohibited in the Elizabethan England to protect the wool industry. It was not until cotton farming in the United States and Eli Whitney’s invention of the cotton gin, that cotton…

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    Cotton Industry Dbq

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    incredibly poor working conditions and low wages for those in the textile mills. One differences is that females were the predominant textile workers in Japan ,and men were the predominant textile workers in India. Another difference was that India ended up experiencing a negative impact on the hand-woven cloth industry due to machines, while Japan had rapidly increasing numbers within both industries. Documents 1 and 2 are statistical documents which go into detail describing the dramatic…

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    and it has similar properties to organza. Nowadays, you can find all kinds of organza fabric, both natural and synthetic. An everybody’s favourite for evening and wedding gowns, this stiff material has a subtle sheen. What Is Organza Fabric Like? / Organza Fabric Characteristics Organza fabric has a stiff and wiry finish, because it is made with highly twisted filament yarns. It was brought to Europe from the East in the XVIII century and has been in fashion ever since. The most luxurious type…

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    Taking a Look Into the Past, Understanding it Now American author Elizabeth Wayland Barber, who is an expert on textiles, wrote the book Women’s Work: The First 20,000 Years: Women, Cloth, and Society in Early Times in 1994, which takes the reader into the world as it was many years ago. In doing so, it enlightens one on how and why the women created textiles and eventually advanced and created other things. Today people know the clothes worn were made and the blankets used were created, but do…

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