Laser treatment is a textile finishing is a method used to fade denim fabric by producing patterns such as dots, lines, text and symbols. With the use of the large system of lenses and mirrors beams the laser and expands its projections when it passes through a hole with desired shapes.
Laundry (processing) is a manufacturing company that takes unwashed or raw jeans and processes them. This processing includes washing, stone-washing, sandblasting, and garment dyeing.
Left Hand Twill (LHT) is a fabric weaves where the twill line runs from the top left-hand corner of the material towards the bottom right. Usually, in piece dyed fabrics, left-hand twill fabrics are woven from single plied yarns in the warp.
Light reflectance is a term used to describe the fraction of the total luminous flux incident upon a surface reflects, generally a function of the colour (wavelength) of the light.
The Loom is the weaving machine. Most famous loom manufacturers are Sulzer Ruti from Switzerland, Picanol from Belgium, Dornier from France, Tsudakoma /Toyoda from Japan and Vamatex from Italy. The word loom (from Middle English lome, “tool.”
Loop selvedge is a term uses on a weaving defect at the selvage of irregular filling loops that extend beyond the outside or excessive thickness of selvage.
Lustre is a term used to describe fabric or fibre the ability to reflect light. The quality and nature of the reflection may be a useful diagnostic aid.
Lycra. Spandex (Elastane) is a synthetic fibre it is exceptionally elastic, healthy and still durable, the fibre is a polyurethane-polyurea co polymer vented by DuPont chemists in 1959.