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- coiling, amongst others. Texturising takes advantage of the thermoplastic nature of synthetic fibres, and uses it to set texturised features in place. Fibres...
- established in 1986. In 1989, the company set up its first polyester texturising plant. The company became public in 1993 and was listed on Bombay Stock...
- waterproofed using lanolin before weaving. The fibre may also be pure cotton, texturised polyester, or a blend.[citation needed] Gabardine is woven as a warp-faced...
- parameters. Sometimes, a catalyst is used, for example, when producing texturised vegetable proteins (TVP). For use in pharmaceutical products, extrusion...
- (1991), both of which pioneered a subgenre known as shoegaze. Shields's texturised guitar sound and his experimentation with his guitars' tremolo systems...
- was incorporated in 1982 with plant in Silv****a which was the first texturising unit in 1988 at a capital outlay of Rs. 1.58 cr. In 1994, company expanded...
- software package by Strata. Features include primitives-based modeling with texturising, keyframe animation, raytrace and later radiosity rendering. It is notable...
- It was established to manufacture Polyester filament yarns (PFY) and texturised yarns (PTY). In 1995, the name changed from Welspun Polyester to Welspun...
- Crimplene is a texturised continuous fibre launched in 1959, produced by modifying Terylene. The patent was taken out by Mario Nava of Chesline and Crepes...
- preserved meats feature in Hakka delicacy, stewed, braised, roast meats – 'texturised' contributions to the Hakka palate – have a central place in their repertoire...
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