3. Double rib organization
The double rib organization is commonly known as the cotton wool organization, which is composed of two rib organizations combined with each other. The double rib weave presents front loops on both sides.
The extensibility and elasticity of the double rib structure are smaller than that of the rib structure, and at the same time only the reversible weaving direction is released. When an individual coil is broken, it is hindered by another rib structure coil, so the detachment is small, the cloth surface is flat, and there is no curling. According to the weaving characteristics of the double rib weave, various color effects and various longitudinal concave-convex stripes can be obtained by using different colored yarns and different methods on the machine. Commonly used in the production of intimate underwear, sportswear, casual clothing fabrics, etc.
4. Plating organization
The plated weave is a weave formed by two or more yarns in part or all of the loops of the pointer fabric. The plating structure is generally woven with two yarns, so when two yarns with different twist directions are used for weaving, it can not only eliminate the skew phenomenon of the weft knitted fabric, but also make the thickness of the knitted fabric uniform. Plating weave can be divided into two categories: plain plating weave and color plating weave.
All loops of plain plated weave are formed by two or more yarns, where the veil is often on the front side of the fabric and the ground yarn is on the back side of the fabric. The front side shows the circle column of the veil, and the reverse side shows the circle arc of the ground yarn. The compactness of the plain plated weave is larger than that of the weft plain stitch, and the extensibility and dispersal of the plain stitch are smaller than that of the weft plain stitch. Commonly used in the production of underwear, sportswear, casual clothing fabrics, etc.
Post time: May-01-2022