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What is "Coverstock" - Definition & Explanation
Last Updated on: 03-May-2024 (2 months, 17 days ago)
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Coverstock
The outer shell of bowling balls, which can be constructed with a variety of materials such as Polyester, Rubber, Urethane, and Reactive Urethane.
Coverstock
A permeable fabric used in hygiene products to cover and contain an absorbent medium.

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UPF

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Fleece

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Wet-laid

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Heald

In textile manufacturing, a heald refers to a device used in weaving looms to control the movement of warp yarns during the weaving process. It plays a vital role in creating patterns and designs in...

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Acetylation

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Eyelets: The Delicate Artistry Transforming Textile Design

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