A development that is said to open the way for all formal and casual shirt collars to be fused using a resin that will not reflow when subjected to elevated temperatures has been unveiled by Dritex International Ltd. Top-fusing with thermoplastic resins has long been the favored process for manufacturing shirt collars, although the time taken by the fusing process requires thermoplastic resins that will melt and then solidify during the fusing cycle.

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