What is the difference between textile technology or textile design? What is the difference between them?

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    Harsh Ranjan College Selection Expert | Scholar-Level 17

    7 years ago
    *Textile Technology
    Textile engineering is a branch of engineering where the principles of scientific techniques are utilized for manufacturing and development of several varieties of fabric. The main aim of this program is to design and control all aspects of textiles, its raw materials, and the finished product. There are many several processes of spinning and fabric-forming stages coupled with the complexities of the finishing and colouration processes to the production of wide range
    *Textile Design
    Textile design is essentially the process of creating designs for woven, knitted or printed fabrics or surface ornamented fabrics. Textile
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    Ritika Gupta Web Developer at Exzeo India | Contributor-Level 8

    5 years ago
    Difference between the two terms lies in their implementation and study course. "Textile technology" is more of a technical area wherein you get to study subjects of industrial development, manufacturing tools and strategies, the Science involved behind the textile manufacture and the related concepts in particular. When you study the scientific part of textile birth and emergence, you shall look up for the jobs in the same area ahead in your career probably as for the designation of a project lead or a textile analyst wherein your task shall be monitor quality and quantity of textile production and factors related to them. On the othe
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