Nikhil Yogesh Upadhye is now a successful 2-month intern on ” content writing & research” at Textile Learner. Today we will be learning about Nikhil Yogesh Upadhye- A Passionate Future Textile Technician.

Nikhil Yogesh Upadhye 

Hello, my name is Nikhil Yogesh Upadhye. I am 21. Ichalkaranji is my hometown in District-Kolhapur. I’ve accomplished college and have a diploma from DKTE’s Textiles and Engineering Institute Ichalkaranji in Maharashtra. I am currently studying for my B-Tech in Textile Chemistry and Textiles (Textiles) at DKTE’s Textiles and Engineering Institute Ichalkaranji, Maharashtra. I am currently in the third year of my degree with a CGPA of 8.5. I am currently pursuing an Honors in Technical Textiles through DKTE’s Textiles and Engineering Institute. I have maintained a strong academic record throughout engineering school. I have received various certifications, including “Advanced Textile Printing Technology”, “Textile Finishing”, and completed a project on Antimicrobial & Blood repellent finish on the surgical dress. Tessitura Monti India Pvt. In May-June 2019, my internship was completed. Ltd. I worked on mini-projects on a variety of subjects during my diploma. My goal for the future is to work in a reputable and well-respected company to broaden my knowledge and skills. I also want to contribute to the organization.

I had a wonderful internship. My internship helped me to understand a wide range of topics. The internship helped me improve my writing abilities, vocabulary, among other skills. I feel that the internship gave me a lot of valuable knowledge and skills that I can use in the future. Final words of gratitude: I want to thank Textile Learner for the wonderful opportunity to work as a trainee under your supervision. Also, thanks for your prompt response, suggestions, and cooperation during the internship.

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Articles from Nikhil Yogesh Upadhye published on Textile Learner during an internship.

1: Totally different Fastness Strategies Given To the Dyed Materials

Summary A textile dyed fabric must have a fast colour. The fabric can resist colour fading from various conditions like washing and rubbing, perspiration, light, and others. The fastness properties of textile materials can be determined using a variety of methods. The competitive nature of the business and the need to satisfy customers make fastness an important aspect of today’s industry. These methods can be used to determine the speed properties of a fabric. These methods allow us to get an idea of how a dyed textile will behave under different conditions.

2: Environmentally Friendly Dyeing for Fabrics

Summary It is the use of synthetic dyes and azoic colours to dye textile material. Some dyes in this dye are toxic and can cause cancer. We should get rid of these dyes to avoid any health hazards. These are dyes that come from nature. There are three kinds of pure dyes.

Vegetable dyes. This article provides information on natural dyes.

3: Synthetic Dyes Used in Textile Industry

Summary Synthetic Dyes are Made from Chemical Processing. Perkin first manufactured synthetic dyes and called them mauveine. These dyes are beautiful and can provide psychological sensations. There are two types, soluble and insoluble, of synthetic dyes. Water-soluble dyes are water-soluble and can be applied easily compared to insoluble ones, e.g. Some examples of water-soluble colours include reactive dyes, acid dyes, basic dyes, and a metal complex. However, insoluble dyes can contain vat dye, sulphur color1, disperse and ingrain dyes.

4: Advances in Textiles Finishing, and Applications

Summary Adding value to textile materials that have been in use for decades is called finishing. Many innovations are being made in finishing for cost reduction, functionality improvements and environmental benefits. Implementing the ideas on an industrial scale can prove difficult. However, only the most promising ideas are implemented. This article will cover the latest advancements in finishing technologies like microencapsulation, nanotechnology clay finishing and composite technology as well as UV finishing technology and plasma technology.

5: Metal Complex Dyes: Properties and Classification, Uses. Advantages.

Summary These are the metal complex dyes, which are derivatives and acid dyes. They form a coordinate bond with transition metals like cobalt, chromium, nickel, cobalt and chromium. Because the dye structure is longer, it promotes the fastness properties of chromium. These dyes work well with protein fibres and polyamide fibres. They can be classified according to their valencies. Metal complexes are not required to be dyed with acid dyes. They can also be applied in neutral conditions, which form bonds like H-bond and metallic. Dyes can be applied to dress materials, hosiery, or ladies wear.

6: Different Types Of Textile Protein Fibers With Properties and Uses

Summary Polyester fibres are used in a variety of textile material industries. Most commonly used fibres include wool, silk and camel fibre. These fibres can be found in regions where they’re readily available. Source oriented fibres are made of plant seeds, animal hair and insects’ buds. These are the staple length fibres, not some exceptions like silk and casein. Protein fibres exhibit high chemical resistance and resistance against static charge generation.

7: Types of Vegetable Fibers

Summary The classification of textile fibres is based on their types: natural, synthetic, and natural modified. A majority of these fibres are vegetable fibres, which include fibres such as jute, sisal and flax. Vegetable fibres may be more eco-friendly than synthetic fibres because they are biodegradable. Vegetable fibres contain cellulose and lignin. Vegetable fibres can also be classified based on their source. This article will provide information about some of the most important vegetable fibres, as well as their properties and potential applications.

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8: Synthetic Fibers – Classification, Properties, and Applications

Summary There are many types of textile fibres, such as synthetic, natural modified, and natural. . Synthetic Fibers form a major portion of the overall product range, which includes fibres such nylon, polyester, polypropylenes, triacetate and acetate. This article will explain the difference between natural and synthetic polymers. It was a result of significant research that sought to improve the properties of naturally occurring vegetable or animal fibres. These synthetic fibres can be created by spinning a synthetic polymeric substance through a spinneret, and then putting it into water or air. These fibre-forming petrochemicals are often used to make these polymers. These fibres have been referred to as synthetic fibres.

9: Antimicrobial & Blood Repellent Finish for Surgical Gown

Summary Hospital fabrics, such as surgical gowns or bedcovers, are treated with an antimicrobial and a blood repellent finish. Antimicrobial and anti-blood repellent finishes are combined to stop the growth of microorganisms and repel blood droplets. The surgical gown is made using a variety of processes. An antimicrobial finish is achieved by using a neem emulsion. It can be mixed in water to form a solution. A polyethene siloxane-based water repellent finish has been used. In this article, we made a surgical gown. This process is also eco-friendly.

10: Special Finishes for Garment

Summary Here is the information. This article contains information on chemical finishes, bio finishes, protective finishes as well as mechanical and thermo-mechanical finishing. Customers directly relate to their customers because of the increasing market for product value addition and aesthetics clothes.