- v. present participle of calender.
“After the mixing of the compound and the calendering, that is the spreading it in sheets, the great roll of rubber and cloth that is to be made into corrugated matting is sent to the pressman.”
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“An outcome of that experience was his own experiments to make paper that might rival or surpass that from Holland. 3 That effort in turn, combined with his knowledge of the textile industry, led him to the secret of calendering cloth in the English manner.”
“The finishing stages always included pressing and polishing or the calendering that gives the characteristic glossy surface to chintz.”
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“But when resins are used with calendering to create glazed, ciré, embossed, moiré, or Schreinerized fabrics see the following paragraph, or when calendering is applied to thermoplastic fibers such as polyester, it is durable.”
“The term “calendering” refers to any of several processes in which fabric is subjected to great pressure and/or heat, in a type of ironing using large rollers.”
“Some modern glazes are created by baking or calendering resins onto the fabric, and these are more lasting.”
“For calendering, i also prefer Planzo over Google as it is bare-bones simple and has an integrated Todo.”
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