Fabrics are classified according to different finishing methods
Posted by Admin | 01 Jul
1. Woven fabric: a fabric made of spun yarns arranged perpendicular to each other, that is, horizontal and vertical systems, and interlaced on a loom according to a certain rule. There are denim, brocade, pansi, hemp and so on.
2. Knitted fabrics: fabrics formed by weaving spun yarns into circles, which are divided into weft knitting and warp knitting.
a. Weft knitted fabrics are made by feeding the weft threads into the working needles of the knitting machine from the weft direction, so that the spun yarns are sequentially bent into circles and threaded into each other.
b. The warp knitted fabric is formed by adopting one or several groups of spun yarns arranged in parallel, which are fed into all the working needles of the knitting machine in the warp direction, and are formed into circles at the same time.
3. Non-woven fabric: The loose fibers are bonded or sewn together. At present, two methods of bonding and puncturing are mainly adopted. Using this finishing method can greatly simplify the technological process, reduce costs, improve labor productivity, and has broad prospects for development.