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What is "Combined Fabric (laminated fabric)" - Definition & Explanation
Last Updated on: 09-Jun-2024 (1 month, 7 days ago)
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Combined Fabric (laminated fabric)
A fabric composed of two or more preformed layers, at least one of which is a textile fabric, that adhere closely together by means of an added adhesive or by the adhesive properties of one or more of the component layers.

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