What is Bonded Fabric?
Bonded fabric, also known as composite fabric or laminated fabric, is a type of textile material that is composed of multiple layers or components bonded together. The bonding process can be achieved through various methods, including adhesive bonding, heat bonding, or ultrasonic bonding. Bonded fabrics are often created by combining different types of fabrics or materials to achieve specific properties or functionalities. For example, a bonded fabric may consist of a waterproof or water-resistant outer layer bonded to a soft and comfortable inner layer. Bonded fabrics can offer benefits such as enhanced durability, improved insulation, or specialized performance characteristics. They are used in a range of applications, including outerwear, sportswear, upholstery, or technical textiles.