broad goods

broad goods

[′brȯd ‚gu̇dz]
(textiles)
Woven fabrics that are over 18 inches (450 millimeters) wide.
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Now the firm can braid up to 800 yarns at a time - up from 600 a year ago - in order to produce large tubular fabrics that can be slit into continuous broad goods up to 48 in.
Kay's patent of the fly shuttle in 1733 called it "a new invented shuttle for the better and more exact weaving of broad cloths, broad bays, sail cloths, or any other broad goods, woollen or linen, which shuttle is much lighter than the former .
introduced the Model 40 hot-melt prepregger for broad goods of 1 x ft with 35-90% resin content by weight.