buckram


Description

Buckram is a stiff cotton (occasionally linen or horse hair) cloth with a loose weave, often muslin. The fabric is soaked in a sizing agent such as wheat starch paste, glue (such as PVA glue), or pyroxylin (gelatinized nitrocellulose, developed around 1910), then dried. When rewetted or warmed, it can be shaped to create durable firm fabric for book covers, hats, and elements of clothing.

žíhaná bavlněná tkanina


Popis

tuhá bavlněná (někdy lněná nebo žíněná) tkanina s volnou vazbou, často mušelínová. Tkanina se namáčí do prostředků na úpravu vzhledu, jako je pasta z pšeničného škrobu, lepidlo (např. PVA lepidlo) nebo pyroxylin (želatinizovaná nitrocelulóza, vyvinutá kolem roku 1910), a poté se suší. Po opětovném navlhčení nebo zahřátí se dá tvarovat a vytváří odolnou pevnou tkaninu na obaly knih, klobouky a oděvní součásti.

πανί χονδρό και σκληρό με κόλλα


Περιγραφή

Το Buckram είναι ένα σκληρό βαμβακερό ύφασμα (ενίοτε λινό ή τρίχες αλόγου) με χαλαρή ύφανση, συχνά μουσελίνα. Το ύφασμα εμποτίζεται σε παράγοντα κολλαρίσματος όπως πάστα αμύλου σίτου, κόλλα (όπως κόλλα PVA) ή πυροξυλίνη (ζελατινοποιημένη νιτροκυτταρίνη, που αναπτύχθηκε γύρω στο 1910), και στη συνέχεια ξηραίνεται. Όταν ξαναβρέχεται ή θερμαίνεται, μπορεί να διαμορφωθεί για να δημιουργήσει ανθεκτικό, σταθερό ύφασμα για εξώφυλλα βιβλίων, καπέλα και στοιχεία ρούχων.

tessuto buckram


Descrizione

Buckram is a stiff cotton (occasionally linen or horse hair) cloth with a loose weave, often muslin. The fabric is soaked in a sizing agent such as wheat starch paste, glue (such as PVA glue), or pyroxylin (gelatinized nitrocellulose, developed around 1910), then dried. When rewetted or warmed, it can be shaped to create durable firm fabric for book covers, hats, and elements of clothing.

klejonka


Opis

Buckram is a stiff cotton (occasionally linen or horse hair) cloth with a loose weave, often muslin. The fabric is soaked in a sizing agent such as wheat starch paste, glue (such as PVA glue), or pyroxylin (gelatinized nitrocellulose, developed around 1910), then dried. When rewetted or warmed, it can be shaped to create durable firm fabric for book covers, hats, and elements of clothing.

buckram


Descrição

Buckram is a stiff cotton (occasionally linen or horse hair) cloth with a loose weave, often muslin. The fabric is soaked in a sizing agent such as wheat starch paste, glue (such as PVA glue), or pyroxylin (gelatinized nitrocellulose, developed around 1910), then dried. When rewetted or warmed, it can be shaped to create durable firm fabric for book covers, hats, and elements of clothing.

rigiditate


Descriere

Buckram is a stiff cotton (occasionally linen or horse hair) cloth with a loose weave, often muslin. The fabric is soaked in a sizing agent such as wheat starch paste, glue (such as PVA glue), or pyroxylin (gelatinized nitrocellulose, developed around 1910), then dried. When rewetted or warmed, it can be shaped to create durable firm fabric for book covers, hats, and elements of clothing.

buckram


Opis

Buckram is a stiff cotton (occasionally linen or horse hair) cloth with a loose weave, often muslin. The fabric is soaked in a sizing agent such as wheat starch paste, glue (such as PVA glue), or pyroxylin (gelatinized nitrocellulose, developed around 1910), then dried. When rewetted or warmed, it can be shaped to create durable firm fabric for book covers, hats, and elements of clothing.

bucarán


Descripción

El bucarán es una tela rígida de algodón (ocasionalmente de lino o pelo de caballo) con un entramado suelto, a menudo de muselina. El tejido se empapa en un agente de apresto, como la pasta de almidón de trigo, cola (como el pegamento de PVA) o piroxilina (nitrocelulosa gelatinizada, desarrollada en 1910), y luego se seca. Cuando se vuelve a humedecer o se calienta, se le puede dar forma para crear un tejido firme y duradero para cubiertas de libros, sombreros y prendas de vestir.

çirişli pamuklu bez


Açıklama

Buckram is a stiff cotton (occasionally linen or horse hair) cloth with a loose weave, often muslin. The fabric is soaked in a sizing agent such as wheat starch paste, glue (such as PVA glue), or pyroxylin (gelatinized nitrocellulose, developed around 1910), then dried. When rewetted or warmed, it can be shaped to create durable firm fabric for book covers, hats, and elements of clothing.