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Yifu Su – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform
method for preparing printed pattern pu pvc artificial leather with printed pattern by dry method and pu pvc artificial leather, 2011Co-Authors: Yifu SuAbstract:
The invention discloses a method for preparing PU/PVC artificial leather with a printed pattern by a dry method and PU/PVC artificial leather. The method comprises the following steps that: the following printing step is introduced to the main machine production equipment in the previous step, the structure of the artificial leather is changed, and the structure of the artificial leather orderly comprises a PU Fabric layer, a printed pattern layer, a PVC foaming layer, a PU bonding layer and a Base Fabric layer. The method and the product have the advantages that: the printed pattern is arranged on the section of the artificial leather, and indistinctly emerges on the surface of the artificial leather, so that the artificial leather is beautiful and graceful and has natural impression and unique printing effect; and when the artificial leather is used, the pattern is not dropped due to friction, so that the beauty of the artificial leather is not affected.
Akosua Amankwah – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform
Original Article CONTEMPORARY TRENDS IN ADINKRA CLOTH PRODUCTION: DESIGN, PRINTING TECHNIQUE, Base Fabric AND PRINTING PASTE (DYE), 2020Co-Authors: Charles Frimpong, Benjamin Asinyo, Akosua AmankwahAbstract:
Developing and exploring new ideas or modus operandi for the production of Ghanaian textiles is paramount in this age and time. There is a growing trend towards industrialising Adinkra cloth production to meet market demand. This study discusses contemporary trends of design, printing technique, Base Fabric and printing paste in Adinkra Cloth Production. It employs a developmental study of descriptive research to consider the existing status and interrelationships of phenomena and changes that has taken place since the creation of the tradition and art of Adinkra cloth production. The study establishes the dichotomy between indigenous and technology-driven production of Adinkra cloth in the 21 st century. It brings to the fore the attraction of tourism potentials to the various Adinkra production communities in Ghana. Also, the study provides the understanding of contemporary production of Adinkra and recommends newer approaches for its production.
contemporary trends in adinkra cloth production design printing technique Base Fabric and printing paste dye, 2013Co-Authors: Charles Frimpong, Benjamin Asinyo, Akosua AmankwahAbstract:
Article published in International Journal of Fiber and Textile Research, 2013. Also available at www.urpjournals.com
Muhammad Dawood Husain – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform
Textile-Based weft knitted strain sensors: Effect of Fabric parameters on sensor propertiesSensors (Switzerland), 2013Co-Authors: Ozgur Atalay, William Richard Kennon, Muhammad Dawood HusainAbstract:
The design and development of textile-Based strain sensors has been a focus of research and many investigators have studied this subject. This paper presents a new textile-Based strain sensor design and shows the effect of Base Fabric parameters on its sensing properties. Sensing Fabric could be used to measure articulations of the human body in the real environment. The strain sensing Fabric was produced by using electronic flat-bed knitting technology; the Base Fabric was produced with elastomeric yarns in an interlock arrangement and a conductive yarn was embedded in this substrate to create a series of single loop structures. Experimental results show that there is a strong relationship between Base Fabric parameters and sensor properties.