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McMaple launches new rayon fabric for garments
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Dec '16
Courtesy: McMaple
Courtesy: McMaple
McMaple Textile Company, a leading rayon and viscsose fabrics company, has launched a new rayon fabric that is perfect for garments. Available in black and red colours, the new product is plain woven with density 68*68, yarn count 30*30, width 63”, and weight 127g. The company has also launched a new printed dress material woven rayon fabric.
 
The new printed dress material has classic chic pattern that make the colour of hair and skin look more elegant and stylish. Deisgners' favourite from New York to Paris, this fabric has yarn count 45*45, density 100*80, width 142 cm and weight 110-115g.
 
McMaple rayon and viscose fabrics are highly absorbent with superior drapability and dye ability, stated Wen Wei, technical manager for McMaple. “It is ideal for the hot and dry weather environment apparel, from dresses, tops to shirts, and this rayon fabric is completely opaque.”
 
McMaple is also helping the fashion industry to take first-mover advantages with its digital printed rayon fabrics. McMaple has launched the new digital printing technology which enables garment manufactures launch a new product in a short time through creative idea, prototype to bulk production.
 
Compared to dye printing, digital printing has a higher productivity, the printing quality is more steady and robust, and can also produce small quantity products in a quick time for prototype and bulk production. McMaple utilises the digital printing technology to print more customised patterns and colours.
 
Headquartered in Hong Kong, China, McMaple has facilities in Zhejiang, and sustainable suppliers in Shandong. McMaple also has office in Shanghai, and warehouse in Shaoxing, Zhejiang.  (RKS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – China


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