Many people know about ribbon, but they don’t know much about its classification and characteristics. In fact, narrow fabric or tubular fabric is made from various yarns. Ribbon manufacturers said that they are widely used in clothing, shoes, bags, industry, agriculture, military supplies, transportation and other industries.
Ribbon is widely used in clothing, shoes, bags, industry, agriculture, transportation and other industries. Ribbon manufacturers are used for hemming, inner hemming, handbag, belt, strap, safety belt, etc. It is widely used.
1. Weaving (ingot weaving)
After the weft tube is formed by yarn winding and weft winding, it is inserted on the fixed gear seat of the knitting machine, and the weft tube rotates and moves along the 8-shaped track to draw the yarns to cross weave each other. Usually, the number of spindles is even, the woven tape is tubular, the number of spindles is odd, and the woven tape is flat. Spindle weaving technology has been applied since the old China. The number of spindles varies from 9 to 100 due to different equipment. The basic weaving process is as follows: bleaching and dyeing – weft winding – weaving – dropping machine cutting – packaging.
In the 1970s, the technology of warp knitting and weft knitting has been widely used in ribbon. In 1973, the knitting nylon belt was successfully trial produced. In 1982, it began to introduce Italian crochet machine with advanced technology and wide variety, especially suitable for thin decorative belt fabrics, such as lace, elastic belt, window screen, decorative belt, etc. The basic technological process is: bleaching and dyeing – winding – weaving – ironing – packaging.
3. Woven (woven)
Warp and weft are interwoven. After twisting, the yarn is warped into a bobbin (pan head), and the weft is shaken into a coil, and the ribbon is woven on the loom. In the 1930s, it was hand-held wood loom and iron wood loom. In the early 1960s, 1511 loom was refitted into ribbon loom, which is still widely used. Due to the small width of the belt, the weaving methods are different, ranging from single, double, dozens of, single layer and double layer.