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  • Description: crimped
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    • Woven rayon

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    • Hand crocheted lace at the right? Not for a moment. It's the same as the loosely woven construction at the left. It was made by the Scranton Lace Company on standard equipment to demonstrate the unusual properties of Fiber E, the DuPont Company's...
    • Before and after

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    • The before and after of what take place with Fiber E when treated with a dilute solution of caustic soda. In the rug construction above-which can be produced by knitting or weaving-the long, loose loops at the left show the DuPont Company's newest...
    • Use of rayon

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    • This luxurious scatter rug is practical even in pale decorator shadows because it is made of DuPonts Fiber E Rayon, which means it can be easily machine-washed, either at home or by a laundry. The rug has a unique texture, made possible by Fiber E,...
    • Experimental Crimpers, Filament

    • Machinery; Textile industry;
    • Written on back of image: "Experimental crimpers, filament, large size. Built 1-2, 1952. Photographed March 17, 1952. These units have a common drive, 1/3 H.P. motor. Left Unit: rolls 4 1/2" diameter x 1/4" face; saddle shown is for internal work...
    • Use of Fiber E rayon

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    • This versatile, adaptable shrug has unusual surface interest because knit in yarn containing DuPont's Fiber E rayon. The attractive, nubby texture is the result of the fiber's ability to be permanently crimped. The shrug is unusually pleasing to...

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