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Identifier: journals24soci
Title: Journal
Year: 1882 (1880s)
Authors: Society of Chemical Industry (Great Britain) Society of Chemical Industry (Great Britain). Abstracts Society of Chemical Industry (Great Britain). Review Society of Chemical Industry (Great Britain). Transactions and communications
Subjects: Chemistry, Technical
Publisher: London [etc.]
Contributing Library: Gerstein - University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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and its placetaken by a division plate A1, for the purpose of treatingthe yarns with two different dye-liquors during theirpassage through the machine.—E. B. Silky Finish on Textile Fabrics or Paper; Engraved Bowls or Rollers for Producing an Improved . \V. J. Pope and J. Hubner, Manchester. Eng. Pat,4907, Feb. 29, 1904.The ordinary engraved or Schreinerised finish ontextiles is obtained by impressing the fabric with a metalcylinder engraved with some hundreds of straight huesto the inch ; the full lustre of the finish thus obtainedis only seen when the light falls on the fabric in a particulardirection, and the finish is therefore termed non-homo-geneous. The inventors obtain a homogeneous finishand a new technical effect by engraving the metal cylinderwith sets of concentric circles (see figure) or similar closedfigures arranged concentrically, each set of figures beingso small as not to be distinguishable by the naked eye. •::4 JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY. [M»

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Tin- finish obtained by impressing the fabric with Buch aivIimliT presents the same appearance in whicheverdirection it is examined, and the lustre of the finish isfurther enhanoed by tin* fact thai the sets of concentric figures shimmer. or appear to move. The lines cmthe engraved cylinder are front 1 100 in. to 1 500 in.apart.—A. R S. DOTTED States Patents. Mercerising Apparatus. 1. Edlich, Triebes, Germany.I S. Pat. 783,069, Feb. 28, 190S See Eng. Pat 894oi 1903 : this ,T.. 1903, 41(1.—T. F. B. Designs h/xi/i Flexible Fabrics: Machine jar P imj . (!. A. IIitjiw, Sun Francisco. U.S ■»!- Fell. 28, 1905. The machine consists of a framework supportin tli-design anil transfer rollers; tin- former rotates in abearing, and the latter presses by means of gravity athe former, the transfer roller being mounted on >bearings. The colour is applied to the transfer rola suitable device situated beneath it. The web oiis fed over the design roller, ami is then returneditself

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