A smooth, shiny surface applied with a hot roller on felted fabrics for the purpose of enhanced dustcake release (eggshell finish).
A Makino term that refers to a mirror or reflective EDM'd surface finish 6 Âµinch Ra (1ÂµmRmax) that is produced when charged particles in the gap are used with orbital motion to electro-mechanically polish the surface. Extreme accuracy and rigidity is required in order to maintain a precise spark gap.
A light resin coating applied to the outermost layers of the Batting to prevent Bearding. Also known as a Bonded Finish.
Similar to an aniline finish except that the leather surface is polished to a high luster by the action of glass or steel rollers under tremendous pressure.
A finished leather surface is polished to a high luster by glass or steel rollers under tremendous pressure.
Finish resulting from the leather surface being polished to a high luster by the action of glass on steel rollers applied under tremendous pressure. Similar to an aniline finish.
This finish is very much like the aniline finish, but they use steel or glass rollers that press enormous amounts of pressure to the finish giving it a much higher luster than other finishes.
A thin resin finish which can be applied to a batting or another type which can be put on a fabric. For batting it helps to prevent bearding and shifting of the fibers in the finished quilt. Sometimes called a bonded finish..