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  • Recycled PET Ribbon--made from plastic bottle to protect the environment
  • SINGAPORE EXHIBITON
    SINGAPORE EXHIBITON May 27, 2019
    PrintPack+Sign 2019 Booth No.: CD40 Date: 10-12 July 2019 Add: Marina Bay Sands, Level 1, Hall C
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  • Industrial Food Ribbon Blender Market
    Industrial Food Ribbon Blender Market May 14, 2019
    Latest research, Summary and Forecast of Industrial Food Ribbon Blender Market: The report provides accurate information about the Industrial Food Ribbon Blender Market, underlining opportunities and tactical decision-making. This report identifies that during this speedily changing and competitive landscape with growth vital CAGR during Forecast 2019-2025, latest promoting facts is important to observe performance and build crucial selections for progress and profitableness. It provides facts on trends and developments and emphasizes on markets capabilities and on the dynamic changing of the Industrial Food Ribbon Blender industry. The Report also presents error-free and structured information to all the executives and leaders regarding the upcoming market movement. It also uses a number of monographs, pie-charts and other diagrams to present useful data which can give clear insights about the much trending market phenomena.
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  • How to distinguish the material of the ribbon
    How to distinguish the material of the ribbon May 08, 2019
    The following is the identification method of the texture of the ribbon. Identify the material of the ribbon, experienced people touch the ribbon to know what the material is, the width and thickness of the ribbon is about. However, as a newcomer to the industry, to reach this level obviously depends on the accumulation of experience. The methods of distinguishing the ribbon are: touching(the feeling of the ribbon), viewing its color, burning and other methods. Touch method, cotton ribbon, nylon is nylon ribbon feel soft, smooth, bright color, light degree, lighter material; The fabric of the polypropylene(PP) material is hard and rough, and the gloss is poor; The color of polyester fabric ribbon is relatively rigid, but the color fastness is good and the proportion is heavy; Polyester short wire(also known as polyester civilian silk, commonly known as polyester cotton) Polyester civilian silk fabric texture feel and cotton material similar, feel soft. Combustion method: Light it with fire, observe the state of the burning flame, smell the smell it emits after burning, and look at the remnants after burning to determine the material of the ribbon. The above introduction is the Weaver material discrimination method, hoping to help you. Welcome to buy our products!
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  • The process of ribbon
    The process of ribbon May 05, 2019
    The ribbon is made up of yarns, and making the ribbon is a careful work. Today I will talk about some of the processes of our ribbon factory production. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. The finishing process: weaving yarn, also known as pulling yarn, pulling plate first class Ribbon workshop 1. The task of the Bible: According to the rules of the process design, the warp yarn with a certain number of roots and length is drawn from the winding pipe to form a piece of yarn, so that the warp yarn has average tension and is closely wound on the disc head in parallel to each other. Make preliminary preparations for the ribbon. The saying is to pull the sari on the top of the plate! 2. Request for rectification: (1) The warp yarn must have appropriate tension during warp finishing, while adhering to the elastic and tension of the warp yarn as far as possible. (2) In the process of meridians, the tension should be evenly divided as far as possible. (3) The warp yarn arrangement and winding density on the warp axis must be average(referring to the horizontal and inner and outer yarns of the warp axis), and the surface of the warp axis should be Hezheng, without uneven phenomena. (4) The number, length, or color meridians of the whole cycle must be consistent with the rules of the weaving process design. (5) The consumption efficiency of the warp machine must be high, and there must be less wire return. Passing process(weaving yarn) Passing commonly known as wearing Reed or wearing head is the last process in the warp preparation project. The task of wearing the warp is to pass the warp yarn on the loom through the warp sheet, silk, and Reed according to certain rules according to the request of the fabric, so that when weaving, it constitutes a spool and introduces the warp yarn into the required fabric. In this way, when the yarn is broken, it can stop in time without forming defects. Weaving process Weaving is an important process of the weaving belt factory. The task of weaving is to interlace the warp yarn and weft yarn processed by the preparation process through the loom according to the requirements of the fabric specifications and according to a certain process design. The output, quality and cost of the weaving process directly affect the economic benefits of the enterprise and must be highly valued.
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  • Ribbon History
    Ribbon History Apr 25, 2019
    Ribbons appeared when civilizations began crafting fabrics. They are among the oldest decorative or adorning materials. People have always looked for ways to personalize their clothing and household goods. When all textiles were handmade, items with the finest threads were the most expensive. But the simplest, most coarse textiles in plain colors could be made more elegant and individual with a bit of ribbon as decoration. In the Middle Ages, peddlers traveled throughout Europe selling exotic ribbons; the tales of Geoffrey Chancer  mention "ribbands" used to adorn garments.Medieval  and Renaissance  patrons bought ribbons woven with gold and silver thread and made from silk and other rare fabrics from the Orient. The modern ribbon with selvedges (finished edges) came into being by 1500. Ribbons were so identified with luxury that, during the 16 century, the English Parliament tried to make the wearing of ribbons a right of only the nobility. They were also identified with certain orders of merit; the Knights of the Garter wear broad blue sashes to this day, and the Knights of Bath wear red. By the seventeenth century, ribbons stormed the fashion world. Both men's and women's clothing of this period were extravagant, and every accessory from gloves to bonnets was festooned with ribbons in many forms. A length of ribbon could be given as a gift to decorate clothing, for use in braiding and curling hair, for ornamenting baskets and furniture, or for brightening linens. Ornately patterned household fabrics were further bedecked with ruchings (gathered ribbons), frills, and rosettes. The huge demand for more elaborate ribbons prompted a manufacturing revolution in which Coventry, England, and Lyons, France, became hubs of ribbon design and generation. This ribbon industry sprang from the silk trade. Merchants who traveled the "Silk Road" to and from Asia sold raw silk to middlemen in Europe who boiled, cleaned, and dyed the ribbon yarn and sold it in "twists" to weavers. The weavers used specially scaled looms and scores of laborers to weave ribbons on hand-operated looms. The products were sold in the major cities and exported for trade. The enormous demand for ribbon was one of the sparks of the Industrial Revolution. In the 1770s, the Dutch engine loom was developed, and six types of ribbon could be produced simultaneously under the watchful eye of one operator. This development came just in time to decorate the towering wigs in fashion in the courts of Europe. Curiously, in the fledgling colonies in the Americas, ribbons were seldom worn at this time, perhaps due to religious convictions or in opposition to the extravagances of European rulers. Peasant costumes of many lands are often distinguished by single or braided ribbons that are dyed bright colors, decorated with lace or beads, or patterned. Unique designs came to characterize cultures. During the Napoleonic Wars early in the nineteenth century, ...
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