Five Different Weaving Modes of Woven Fabrics
In fact, at present, many fabrics in the domestic market are woven fabrics. Because of its many advantages, it is welcomed by many consumers. The so-called woven fabric is actually a fabric formed by vertically interweaving warp and weft. Next, I would like to share some different ways of organizing this fabric.
The organizational structure we will share first is plain weave. This organizational structure is relatively basic, but it also has certain advantages. The woven fabric formed by it has a flat appearance, a straight body, a firm texture, and a tight appearance. However, its disadvantages are that it is hard to handle and has poor elasticity. In actual use, it can also be matched according to different requirements to obtain better appearance effect.
Next is twill weave. This organization mode has changed to some extent, and can be subdivided into different categories in actual production. The advantage is that the woven fabric of this structure is soft and thick, and the glossiness is good, but the disadvantage is that the fabric of this structure is slightly weak in fastness.
Then there is the satin weave, which is complicated in structure and popular in application. The woven fabric formed by this weave is smooth, uniform, shiny and very soft and comfortable. In most cases, it is mostly used in cotton and wool fabrics.
The fourth is called change organization. As the name implies, many different change factors are added during production, so the appearance is more abundant. Some are smooth in appearance, soft and elastic in hand; There are also many parallel twills, so this woven fabric can be more flexible in design.
The fifth kind is the combination organization and other complex organizations. It refers to a new organization formed by different methods. The woven fabric formed by this organization can form a unique appearance effect, which can be seen in clothing and decorative fabrics.