Now introduce the characteristics of the various weaving methods of the ribbons:
1. Plain weave: Generally, the plain weave is low-density and low-woven, and the plain weave is smooth, and there is no particularly prominent twill weave.
The warp and weft of the plain weave are interwoven in a one-up process. The plain weave is only one up and down from the yarn in the warp or weft direction.
Since the plain weave is interlaced once every other yarn of the warp and weft, the interlacing point is the largest and the yarn has the most buckling points.
The advantages of plain weave: more interweaving points, firm texture, wear-resistant, stiff, smooth surface, the same effect on the front and back, shortcomings: less elasticity, general gloss, low density.
2. Twill: Twill is high-density and high-woven, the density of twill is definitely higher than that of plain weave, so it is also relatively strong.
The surface of the twill fabric is very clear and has a three-dimensional twill pattern. From the perspective of a yarn in the warp or weft direction, the twill is only two up, two up, two or three times, one up and three down, or the other. Like polyester gold purl twill ribbon.
Single-faced twill: For example, twill and single-faced khaki, the front lines are clearly visible and the reverse side is blurred. Double-sided twill: such as gabardine, double-sided khaki, enamel, etc., the front and back lines are basically the same, but the opposite direction.
The front grain of the single yarn fabric is inclined from the left to the right; the texture of the half-line fabric or the full-line fabric is inclined from the left to the right.
Characteristics of twill weave: There are positive and negative sides, less interlacing points in a complete tissue cycle, longer floating line, soft touch, good elasticity, high density of tissue fabric, thicker product and stronger stereoscopic structure.
Disadvantages: Due to the long length of the twill fabric, the wear resistance and fastness are not as good as those of the plain weave under the conditions of the warp and weft yarn thickness and the same density.
The satin weave has the front and back sides, the least interlacing point in a complete tissue cycle, the longest float line, and the web surface is almost entirely composed of warp threads in the warp or weft direction. Like single face colored satin ribbon.
Since the warp and weft yarns are interlaced at least once, the satin weave makes the fabric denser, so the fabric is thicker. Satin tissue products cost more than similar plain and twill weave products.
Fabrics woven from satin weave are collectively referred to as satin fabrics. The satin fabric has a soft texture. The surface is smooth, delicate and shiny.