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RAYON FABRIC

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Brandi Burgess

on 28 October 2013

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Transcript of RAYON FABRIC

OUR FIBER???
RAYON
Prezi by: Alicia & Kathy
BREIF HISTORY
Rayon was the first manufactured fiber developed, its made from wood or cotton pulp and was known as artificial silk. The Swiss chemist, Georges Audemars invented the first crude artificial silk around 1855.
HOW IS IT PROCESSED?
They are made from reformed or regenerated cellulose.
HOW IS IT USED?
Rayon fabrics are used for many clothing designs, including blouses, pants, and even evening wear.
WHY IT'S SPECIFIC CHARACTERISTICS MAKE IT A GOOD CHOICE OF USAGE???
High quality rayon is the basis of many of the must elegant gowns. It's not the most durable fabric, but it makes a good looking dress. Rayon has a unique texture, its not completely all natural material, but it isn't synthetic either.
Rayon has less strength than other fibers and has low abrasion resistance.
All types of Rayon dry clean well.
Rayon is a good conductor of heat.
The term "rayon" was first used in 1924.
Rayon is one of the most widely used fabrics in our society.
Rayon can be blended with natural or man made fabrics, treated with enhancements, and even engineered to preform a variety of functions.
The future of rayon is bright, not only is there a growing demand for rayon world wide, but there are many new technologies that promise to make rayon even better and cheaper.
Producers are trying techniques to reduce pollution from rayon productions.
MORE FACTS!!!
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