Warp knitting structures are made by interlacing yarns in horizontal rows (wales) and vertical columns (routes) of stitches. They are softer, more flexible, easier to fit, and have better handling properties than woven constructions. Warp knitted fabrics do not unravel or unravel when mitered and can be further modified by adding additional yarns to the structure, which add thickness, bulk and surface roughness to the fabric, this warp knitted structure is often referred to as velour or plush knitting.
The warp knitting structure shows a loop yarn process that can be done by hand with needles or by warp knitting machines for larger production runs and technical applications. One of the basic differences between it and weaving is that knitted fabrics generally allow for greater stretch. The machine process allows warp and weft knitting, as well as circular or seamless and three-dimensional. These new developments in machine technology have affected the possible scale, with tiny devices being prototyped for corneal surgery, as well as large parachutes for fighter jets.
As the name suggests, a circular, tubular or seamless knitted structure. It forms the basis of many socks, underwear and swimwear, and Japanese designer Issey Miyake is best known for its use in fashion in his A-Poc collection. The three-dimensional structure is unique in having a flat top and bottom fabric with interconnecting yarns that connect the two. The distance between can be a few centimeters or half a meter. These are often referred to as spacer fabrics and were originally used in athletic shoes to provide cushioning for the foot. Now they are looking for applications in many areas including luggage.
While the idea of functionally graded materials has been under consideration for some time, technological advances are now making it commercially viable. It offers the opportunity to produce garments requiring different performance standards in different areas using a single material in one process. WarmX produces climate-controlled underwear using a variety of materials and processes, including variable warp knit construction. SilverSun's design is based on body mapping principles. The aim is to provide optimum comfort and warmth for the outdoor market. Silver-plated yarns are used in areas where perspiration may reduce odor and fight bacteria, while elastic hybrid yarns are used in the body of the garment to ensure that heat is well distributed around the body.
Jacquard Curtain Warp Knitting Machine
Dream Curtain Warp Knitting Machine
Velvet Curtain Warp Knitting Machine
Jacquard Double Needle Bar Warp Knitting Machine
Double Needle Bar Warp Knitting Machine Without Jacquard
Interlining Warp Knitting Machine
Geogrid Warp Knitting Machine
Glass Fiber Composite Warp Knitting Machine
Light Box Cloth Warp Knitting Machine
Grid Warp Knitting Machine
Non-Woven Interlining Stitch Bonding Machine
Binding Stitch Bonding Machine
Chopping Stitch Bonding Machine
Lixin Fabric Stitch Bonding Machine