A kind of light cotton or linen fabric, often woven in openwork patterns, -- used for curtains, etc,; -- called also India scrim.
A curtain made from a loosely woven special effects fabric that looks solid when lit from the audience side and becomes almost invisible when back lit.
A low cost fabric woven into an open mesh construction, used in the processing of tape or other B-stage material to facilitate handling.
A gauzy curtain, often painted, through which lighted objects can be seen but which becomes opaque when lit from the front. By balancing lighting levels, the audience may see both what's painted on the scrim as well as a hazy image of what's behind.
An open mesh, plain-weave cloth used as the base in some felted fabrics.
A light, woven or non-woven fabric with relatively large openings between the yarns, used as reinforcement for paper and other products.
Very light open-weave construction. Only usable with film or other fabrics.
a durable, open weave sheer cotton fabric used for curtains or upholstery lining or in industry.
Heat-resistant fabric diffuser for softening lighting. This is like what we stretched over our lights in the lesson on do-it-yourself softboxes.
Coarse canvass or cotton mesh used for bridging the joint between plasterboard sheets to prevent cracking.
A woven fabric made from rounded flax or jute yarn used for covering 1st stuffings of upholstered furniture.
Fabric which is opaque when lighted from the front and transparent when lighted from the rear.
A sheer fabric onto which pictures can be painted to be used as a transparent backdrop in the theater and as a visual merchandising prop in stores.
1) A coarse gauze 2) A fine metal mesh used to reduce the intensity of light from TV lanterns without affecting colour temperature.
Open weave cloth used as base for laminated material.
A theatrical fabric woven so finely that when lit from the front it appears opaque and when lit from behind it becomes transparent. A scrim is often used for surprise effects or to create a mysterious mood.
a firm open-weave fabric used for a curtain in the theater
a curtain that when lit from the front, nothing can be seen behind the curtain
a loosely woven, flat curtain used in theaters
an open-weave fabric which appears to be opaque when lit from the front and transparent when lit from behind
a piece of semi-transparent fabric that is opaque when illuminated from the front, and transparent when illuminated from behind
a reinforcing layer of woven fabric
a thin piece of material (like cotton) that when lit from the front looks solid (i
A woven, non-woven, or knitted fabric, composed of continuous strands of material used for reinforcing or strengthening felts or membranes. Scrim may be incorporated into the membrane by laminating, coating or extruding.
An open weave fabric used to cover polystyrene.
Open mesh of textile or glass fiber threads used to reinforce paper.
1. A lightweight, open weave, course fabric. 2. Fabric with open construction used as base fabric in the production of coated or laminated fabrics. Seamless A term that describes a tubular knit, or woven fabric without seams, e.g., seamless hosiery, or seamless woven tube.
Woven or non-woven structure in which the yarns are regularly and widely spaced.
Loosely-woven material that is used as a drop. When lit from the front scrim is opaque, when lit from behind it is transparent.
Open-constructed fabric used as a base material in coated and laminated fabrics like banner material.
Self-adhesive mesh applied to the joints between plasterboards, walls and ceilings before plastering.
A very loosely woven fabric onto which felt is needled to add dimensional stability and strength. Use of scrims is declining as high performance textile equipment is allowing for creation of 100% fiber media with the same or superior strength characteristics. Self-supported A nonwoven fabric that has been processed to interlock the fibers such that a scrim is not required. Self-supported filter materials have established themselves as the most popular choice for low temperature applications. However, high temperature applications of self supported fabrics, especially in long bag configurations, should be approached with caution and on a case by case basis
A very loosely woven fabric, i.e. netting, used as support or backing.
An open-mesh, plain weave coarse cloth made either from jute, hemp, cotton or flax. Used in embroidery, for gluing to the inside of wooden panelling to prevent shrinkage, to reinforce plaster when casting models, for curtaining and in theatrical scenery where a transparent area is required.
Woven cloth which allows fibers to be needled into it
Theatrical term for fabric that is opaque when lighted from front and transparent when illuminated from the rear.
A curtain that when lit from the front appears opaque but when lit from the rear allows items to be seen.
Non woven, formed sheet of un crimped yarns held together with resin.
a fabric with an open or loose configuration of strands or filaments which can usually be easily seen through from a distance.
A lightweight, open-weave fabric used as a base fabric for the production of coated or laminated fabrics.
(1) A thin reinforcing mat usually nonwoven and normally made of glass or polyester fiber; (2) A woven, non-woven or knitted fabric, composed of continuous strands of material used for reinforcing or strengthening membranes. Scrim may be incorporated into a membrane by the laminating or coating process.
One of many types of woven gauze-like scenic materials. A scrim will appear as opaque when lit primarily from in front, or can become transparent when objects are lit behind it.
A fine metal mesh used in front of lanterns to reduce light output without effecting the colour temperature.
Woven or non-woven material used to reinforce membranes; it is usually laminated or coated to produce the membrane.
A curtain made from a semi-transparent material that looks solid when lit from the audience side and becomes almost invisible when back lit.
A thin strip of gauze covering a light to cut down the glare.
A woven or mat-type fabric that is used as a membrane sandwich between other material to provide reinforcement and stretch resistance.
Sheer open weave cotton fabric used for draperies and window decorating. Scrim is also a term for scrolled trims and is very useful for trimming rough edge applications.
nbspPolyester fabric embedded between two layers of vinyl. Scrim designed for use with pressure-sensitive films uses a top coat or an overlaminate film to prevent plasticizer migration and to protect the scrim from dirt and pollution. Scrim mounted on a fram
A scrim or gauze is a very light textile made from cotton, or sometimes flax. Its light weight and translucence means it is often used for making curtains. The fabric can also be used for bookbinding and upholstery.