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DECORATING TEXTILES (for treatment of textiles by mechanical means, see D06B - D06J; metallising the entire surface of textiles D06M 11/83; textile threads, filaments, yarns or tow, glued on macromolecular material D06N 7/00; dyeing or printing D06P) [2018-08]

  • In this subclass, the following term is used with the meaning indicated:
    • "decorating" means "local treatment" or "local effects produced" as to change, e.g. optically, the appearance or the properties of textile materials

  • In this subclass non-limiting references (in the sense of paragraph 39 of the Guide to the IPC) may still be displayed in the scheme.
D06Q 1/00
Decorating textiles (partial dyeing D06B 11/00; reserving parts of the material before dyeing or printing textiles D06P 5/12 {; making patterns or designs on fabrics D06C 23/00}) [2013-01]
D06Q 1/005
{Producing embroidered textiles by chemical means; Transferring embroidered products to textiles (embroidered products D05C 17/00)} [2013-01]
D06Q 1/02
Producing patterns by locally destroying or modifying the fibres of a web by chemical actions, e.g. making translucent [2013-01]
D06Q 1/04
by metallising (transfer of metal particles D06Q 1/12) [2013-01]
D06Q 1/06
by local treatment of pile fabrics with chemical means [2013-01]
D06Q 1/08
by fixation of mechanical effects, e.g. calendering, embossing or Chintz effects, using chemical means [2013-01]
D06Q 1/10
by treatment with, or fixation of, a particulate material, e.g. mica, glass beads (by metallising D06Q 1/04; by transferring D06Q 1/12) [2013-01]
D06Q 1/12
by transferring a chemical agent or a metallic or non-metallic material in particulate or other form, from a solid temporary carrier to the textile {(for uniform treatment D06M 23/02)} [2013-01]
D06Q 1/14
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by transferring fibres, or adhesives for fibres, to the textile [2013-01]