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June 28, 2018 - Assembly

Web Adhesives in Textile Applications, What to Consider

According to Grand View Research, the global textile market has been experiencing high growth over the past decade. As a result, manufacturers are looking at ways to make textiles as quickly and efficiently as possible. One of the ways they can do this is by using web adhesives. Web adhesives are hot melt adhesives that …

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May 17, 2017 - Assembly

How Web (Fusible Textile) Adhesives Aid in Clothing Textile Lamination

Valued at $225 billion, the U.S. apparel market is seeing strong growth, especially as innovative textiles are being developed. For example, some of these materials reflect consumers’ increasing preference toward sustainability. These include clothing textile that: Reduces chemical and water usage Reduces cotton garment waste Requires less energy in the fiber-making process Textile lamination is …

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September 16, 2021 - Assembly

What to Consider With Hot Melts for Heat Transfer Textile Printing

As the popularity of incorporating printed designs onto clothing and accessories rises, manufacturers increasingly look for efficient methods to achieve these designs across textile types without impacting performance. These heat transfer methods can include the following: Custom heat transfer: The design is printed on to a carrier and uses hot melt powders. Cad-cut heat transfer …

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December 29, 2020 - Assembly

Is Your Material Compatible With Your Textile Adhesive?

Adhesives are seeing increased use in textile manufacturing, offering an efficient and reliable method of securing fabrics together. However, before using a textile adhesive in your clothing manufacturing processes, ensure it’s compatible with your materials first. Here’s how: Do they have similar chemistries? Adhesives bond more successfully to like-materials than unlike-materials. This is because it’s …

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