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What are the organizational structures of woven fabrics?

Update:13 Nov 2020

Woven fabric is a fabric woven by picking, also called […]

Woven fabric is a fabric woven by picking, also called woven fabric or woven fabric. So how to distinguish between woven fabric and woven fabric? All woven fabrics are woven with warp yarns and weft yarns according to a certain organizational structure, that is to say, woven fabrics must have warp yarns and weft yarns. Knitted fabrics use loops to wrap each other, so there is no difference between warp and weft.

So what are the organizational structures of woven fabrics?

Woven fabrics have the following four types of organizational structures: 1. Sanyuan organization 2. Change organization 3. Joint organization 4. Fushi organization

1. Sanyuan Organization

Sanyuan weave generally refers to the relatively common weave structure in woven fabrics, which are generally divided into three types, plain weave, twill weave, and satin weave. This is the organizational structure used by most fabrics in the market. In the Sanyuan weave, the number of warp yarns is equal to the number of weft yarns. They are interlaced like a grid, and each yarn will interlace each other.

2. Change organization

It is a progressive organization structure of the Sanyuan organization. The change organization is a fabric organization that changes on the basis of the Sanyuan organization. It changes the number, floating length and the direction of the diagonal line of the Sanyuan organization to increase the change of the fabric. The current market The change organization includes mountain twill weave, double flat weave, square weave, etc.

3. Joint organization

It is to combine two or more organizational structures in various ways. The combined organization can be the Sanyuan organization or the change organization. There are three common combinations. For example, the grid organization simply merges the two organizations. For example, the open organization is the alternating arrangement of the yarns of the two organizations. For example, the crepe organization is based on another organization. Increase or decrease organizational points regularly.

4. Fushi organization

This is the weaving process of woven fabrics. There are more than one system yarns in the weaving process. There are many types of it. Common ones include salo, tubular, and fuzzing.
The organizational structure of woven fabrics is common in the above categories, but in fact there are many special organizational structures, and the innovation of weaving methods has not stopped it. The organizational structure of the fabric represents the texture of the fabric. The organizational structure can attract people's attention, so the development of a new organizational structure is also a very important point for fabric manufacturers. Understanding the organizational characteristics of different fabrics is also very helpful for developing new organizational

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