Textile Machinery & Parts.
Textile is the another essential product for human being, because it’ related on cloth and fashion. There was a great change in the world after exploited cloth and it was possible only for Textile Machinery.
Several inventions in textile machinery occurred in a relatively short time period during the Industrial Revolution. 1733 Flying shuttle invented by John Kay – an improvement to looms that enabled weavers to weave faster. 1742 Cotton mills were first opened in England.
This timeline of clothing and textile technology covers the events of fiber and flexible woven material worn on the body; including making, modification, usage, and knowledge of tools, machines, techniques, crafts, and systems technology. Contents. hide. Historical timeline. 1.1 Ancient and Prehistoric; 1.2 Medieval .
To justified necessity and business demand about textile field we was added this category business in 2007. Every year we have achieved a big target. And we get one of the top importer companies in Bangladesh.
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Textile, any filament, fibre, or yarn that can be made into fabric or cloth, and the resulting material itself.
The term is derived from the Latin textilis and the French texere, meaning “to weave,” and it originally referred only to woven fabrics. It has, however, come to include fabrics produced by other methods. Thus, threads, cords, ropes, braids, lace, embroidery, nets, and fabrics made by weaving, knitting, bonding, felting, or tufting are textiles. Some definitions of the term textile would also include those products obtained by the papermaking principle that have many of the properties associated with conventional fabrics.
This article surveys the development of textiles and the history and development of the textile industry. It treats in some detail the processes involved in the conversion of fibres to yarn, fabric construction, finishing operations applied to textiles, uses of textile materials, and the relationship between the producer and the consumer. Information about specific natural and synthetic textile fibres such as wool, mohair, nylon, and polyester are treated in separate articles.