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It is important to note that due to the possibility of adjusting the swift for every single article, the parameters may be optimized in such a way that various types of yarns have the perfect retraction margin during the dyeing phase, thus ensuring a high percentage of residual elasticity of the elasticized yarn after dyeing.
Elasticized cord works well because it has a bit of give.
CDF dust caps are manufactured from FDA approved polyethylene with a nylon elasticized band securely sewn to the edge to provide a tight grip on drums and pails.
The Jac, which stuffs into its own pocket, also features an attached hood, elasticized cuffs, two slash pockets, a drawstring waist and storm flap.
Water-weave, print stretch tube top with satin finish elasticized pants worn under long jacket with large collar and deep lapels and three-button snap closing, by Perry White.
Maxell also introduced a line of folder-style storage cases that features elasticized mesh net sleeves for disc storage.
The "Equipe" pants ($200) have three-ply ripstop shell fabric, polyester mesh and taffeta lining, and an elasticized waist.
New elasticized webbing materials used as spring media and medium density polyurethane foams used as damping or cushioning materials will alleviate this problem.
The video also highlights the importance of pairing accurate body measurements with quality design, including belly-belt Velcro closures, adjustable hind leg straps and an elasticized neck with removable snap-on hood.
Featuring elasticized binding, a feathered box, a medium vamp and a wide platform, this shoe is ideal for dancers with tapered toes and a medium to wide forefoot.
750 m/min, it is also possible to produce FAPP(tm) low density packages (FAdis Precision Package), which allow for wide retraction margins of the yarn during the dyeing phase, thus keeping a high residual elasticity percentage of the elasticized yarn.
A disposable wearing article having a longitudinal axis extending in a longitudinal direction, a transverse axis orthogonal to said longitudinal axis and extending in a transverse direction, and comprising: a skin-facing side, a non-skin-facing side, a first waist region corresponding to one of front and rear waist regions, a second waist region corresponding to another of said front and rear waist regions, and a crotch region extending between said first and second waist regions, wherein at least one of said second and first waist regions as a whole, or in its part adjacent a waist-opening, is elasticized and formed of (i) an inner sheet defining said skin-facing side and (ii) an outer sheet defining said non-skin-facing side.