Test of single-sided fabric


Test of single-sided fabric Single-faced fabrics are wo […]

Test of single-sided fabric
Single-faced fabrics are woven on a single-needle bed. They are generally used for weaving on the back needle bed or weaving on the front needle bed. Adjustment of the triangle: Generally, the depth of the circle of triangles No. 2 and No. 3 is first leveled, and the lower plate is used as the limit when weaving the single-sided flat needle density, and the upper plate is used as the limit when weaving a single rib. That is, the circle of triangles is woven one side down, and the ribs are woven up. Then, the 1st and 4th round triangles are re-calibrated, and the rib is also controlled by the upper platen. If one side is woven on the front needle bed, the lower platens No. 1 and No. 4 control the single-sided density. Uniform rib density must be consistent with four large triangles.
Note on school test:
(1) The single jersey fabric is woven on a single needle bed, so the parallelism of the back needle bed and the head rail participating in the knitting is required to be high, so as not to cause the bevel to be elastic.
(2) The formation of the coiling arc of the coil is closely related to the grid-shaped tooth port of the needle bed, and the smoothness of the enemy tooth mouth is required to be high, so as to reduce the possibility of yarn breakage and hole creation.
(3) When weaving a single-painted fabric, the ingot nut of the looped triangle should be loosened and should not be tightened. It must be ensured that the looped triangle can move up and down freely, but there should be no serious swinging and swaying, so as not to affect the density of single-sided fabric. smooth.
(4) If the looped triangular studs are not tightened or the triangular guides or the cover are loose, the density will be difficult to correct and should be trimmed (or tightened) before use.