A comparison of the characteristics of the fabri […]
A comparison of the characteristics of the fabric of the knitted fabric and the woven fabric.
(A) Knitted fabric: It can be extended in all directions and has good elasticity. Because the knitted fabric is formed by a hole-shaped coil, it has a large air permeability and a soft hand feeling.
(B) woven fabric: Due to the woven fabric, the weft extension and shrinkage have little relationship, and no conversion occurs. Therefore, the fabric is generally compact and quite hard.
Physical and mechanical properties of fabric tissue:
(A) Knitted fabric: physical and mechanical properties of fabric, including longitudinal density, transverse density, square gram weight, elongation properties, elasticity, breaking strength, wear resistance, curling, thickness, dispersibility, shrinkage, coverage Sex, bulk density.
(B) woven fabric: physical and mechanical properties of the woven fabric, including yarn density of warp and weft, hem, front and back, reverse wool direction, fabric coverage.