Contrast the characteristics of knitted fabrics […]
Contrast the characteristics of knitted fabrics and woven fabrics.
(A) Knitted fabric: It can be stretched in all directions and has good elasticity. Because the knitted fabric is formed by hole-shaped loops, it has large air permeability and feels soft.
(B) shuttle fabric: due to the warp fabric warp, weft yarn extension and shrinkage have little relationship, and no conversion occurs, so the fabric is generally tight and stiff.
Physical and mechanical properties of fabric structure:
(A) Knitted fabric: physical and mechanical properties of the fabric, including longitudinal density, transverse density, square meter weight, elongation, elasticity, breaking strength, abrasion resistance, curling, thickness, release, shrinkage, covering And bulk density.
(B) shuttle fabric: the physical and mechanical properties of the shuttle fabric, including the yarn density of warp and weft yarns, selvedge, front and back, forward and reverse wool direction, fabric coverage.