|fiber Definitions: Textile fibers Definition List by Apparel Search|
Some of these may be better termed as chemical compounds then textile fibers. However, this list should give you a good understanding of textile fiber. This textile fiber list will guide you to definitions to help educate you regarding fiber.
fiber or fiber is a natural or synthetic substance that is significantly longer than it is wide. fibers are often used in the manufacture of other materials.
Denier and Dtex are two measurements of fiber yield based on weight and length. A fiber, a single filament of natural material, such as cotton, linen or wool, or artificial material such as nylon, polyester, metal or mineral fiber, or man-made cellulosic fibre like viscose, Modal, Lyocell or other rayon fiber is measured in terms of linear mass density, the weight of a given length of fiber. Various units are used to refer to the measurement of a fiber, such as: the denier and tex (linear mass density of fibers), super S (fineness of wool fiber), worsted count, woolen count, cotton count (or Number English (Ne)), Number metric (Nm) and yield (the reciprocal of denier and tex). Learn more about units of textile measurement.
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Did you know that in the USA, we typically spell the word "fiber". In several other countries it is spelled "Fibre".
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