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  • Thread Finishing

    Thread finish can have several meanings in the thread industry. Finishing can refer to any additional process that a thread goes through to alter its original physical characteristics. Examples would

  • Thread Dyeing

    After the thread yarn is manufactured, it is wound on dye tubes so it can proceed to one of A&E’s many global dye houses for dyeing. Most of our threads are dyed in package dye machines under pres

  • Thread Construction

    Spun Threads – are made from staple fibers that are spun into single yarns and then two or more of these yarns are plied to make a sewing thread. Spun threads have a fibrous surface giving them a soft

  • Where Do Fibers Come From?

    Fibers used to make industrial sewing threads come from two major sources:Natural Fibers- Come from plants or animals and are spun or twisted into yarns. Cotton is the most common natural fiber used t

  • Choosing The Right Thread From Fiber to Finishing

    Thread is a key component of many items that we use daily. From apparel that we wear, to the furniture we sit on, thread is all around us. It is even part of the tea bag used at lunch. Sewing threads

  • How Thread is made

     BackgroundThread is a tightly twisted strand of two or more plys of yarn that are circular when cut in cross section. It is used for hand sewing and in home sewing machines. Ninety-five percent

  • Polyester Vs Polypropylene for Thread and Yarn

    Polyester Vs Polypropylene for Thread and YarnShould you be using a polypropylene or polyester sewing thread?  We compare these two different materials to help you decide.PolypropyleneProperties

  • All About Sewing Threads

    IntroductionThe smallest failure in thread performance results in losses on investments in material, equipment, garment engineering, and labour. Hence, it is important to know your thread thoroughly.

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