What is Lamination?
- What is Lamination?
Lamination is connecting two (usually two) or more than two fabric layers by using an adhesive layer that adherent both layers. This layer may be adequately thick and may be fit to compose to form the important part of the sandwich or may be act as a glue to connect two fabric layers. The laminated fabric is defined as material that connection of two or more fabric layers. At least one textile surface connects with specifications of glue or one or more than one layers connect with specifications of adhesive.
Lamination Usage Fields; Dress, outdoor dresses, women underwear, automotive, upholstery, casing, shoes, slippers and etc. in every textile field.