A term that means crotch panel in pantyhose. The "gusset" can be all nylon, or can be cotton/nylon. It can be any shape from diamond to full back panel, but always means there is an extra piece sewn in at the crotch area.
The name given to the piece of fabric directly below the crotch and between the legs. It can be a variety of shapes, however a diamond shape is the most common. This design detail generally gives a more comfortable and less binding fit.
A triangular or diamond-shape swatch of fabric sewn into the underarms or crotch of a garment to provide more freedom of movement--no, a diamond crotch doesn't imply anything more than pant construction.
A flat metal, wood, plywood or similar type member used to provide a connection at the intersection of wood members. Most commonly used at joints of wood trusses. They are fastened by nails, screws, bolts, or adhesives.
A 15th Century piece of maille, sewn or pointed to the arming doublet, used to cover the armpit and portions of the arm left exposed by the plate armour. Also, a 16th Century laminated defense for the armpit of a breastplate.
A piece of fabric, either in a diamond or triangle shape, inserted in a garment to allow for more space and greater movement. Gussets typically appear under the arms of sleeves, along the inseam of underwear, and the sides of men's shirttails.
The triangular end piece of a handbag which gives depth and roominess to the shape ANDTAG A tag made of metal, leather, or fabric printed or embossed with the designer's name and logo, and attached to the exterior of the handbag with a small chain, string or leather cord.
In engineering, a gusset is a structure designed to reinforce a joint where two or more disconnected parts meet, such as two steel beams. It is a plate that is placed on the exterior of the separate parts, such that an equal amount of area on the plate covers each part. It is then fastened using glue or rivets, etc.
the fold in the side or bottom of the pouch, allowing it to expand when contents are inserted DPE - High density, (0.95-0.965) polyethylene. Has much higher stiffness, higher temperature resistance and much better water vapour barrier properties than LDPE, but it is considerably hazier.