A string, or small rope, composed of several strands twisted together.
Refers to the number of ply in the thread construction such as a 2-cord thread - 2-ply thread.
A cord can be made by twisting, knitting or braiding. A twisted cord has 2, 3 or 4 plys which can be made of different colors or fibers. Braided and knitted cords are tubular with, or without a filler. Silky cord is an example of a braided cord. END USE: Used as a drawstring or a top "trim"; may be sewn on garments in a passementarie style, as an edging for home dec items, craft projects; may be sewn by machine or hand, or glued. View Image
Cord is rope composed of multiple plies. With a flange, it is used in the seams of upholstered goods. Without a flange, used to swag over draperies. Cord is a multi-purpose trimming effective in its simplicity. Used extensively in traditional decorating, cord is also popular for contemporary interiors. It can be used on ceilings, dado rails, upholstered tables, furniture, cushions and accessories. Also see lip-cord.
a line made of twisted fibers or threads; "the bundle was tied with a cord"
A term used to describe the way in which textile strands have been twisted, such as in cabled or plied yarns.
The strands forming the plies in the tire.
As a card is turned, the four threads in it are twisted around each other to form a single cord. Sometimes this is used to specify the width of a band, e.g. '24 cords'. This is the same as saying you used 24 cards.
Several yarns hard-twisted together
The strands of fabric forming the plies or layers of the tire. Cords may be made from fiberglass, rayon, nylon, polyester or steel.
The twisted fibre or filament of polyester, rayon, nylon or steel which gives the tire carcass and belts strength.
A form of rope of various thickness made from twisted threads of fiber. Primarily used as trims or tie backs.
Cords consist of plied yarns (plies) that have been twisted together. When used for a seam a tape is sewn onto the edge of the cord. Cords are frequently used in place of fabric welting.
The steel or fabric strands that form plies and belts in tires.
a length of two or four-ply silk cord connecting the tassels.
strands of nylon, rayon, polyester, steel or fiberglass that make up the plies & belts of the tire. The strength of a tire & its load carrying capacity is determined by the strength of the cords.
A length of two to four plied silk cord connecting two decorative tassels. The midpoint of the cord is usually tied around the finial base of the staff.
A cord is plied yarn (plies) that has been twisted together. When used for a seam, a tape is sewn onto the edge of the cord. Cords are frequently used in place of fabric welting.