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What can knitted fabrics do?

Update:14-07-2020
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Knitted fabric is a fabric formed by bending yarn into […]

Knitted fabric is a fabric formed by bending yarn into loops and interweaving with each other using knitting needles, which is divided into warp knitted fabric and weft knitted fabric. Knitted fabrics have the characteristics of soft texture, moisture absorption, breathability, perspiration and warmth, etc. Most of them have excellent elasticity and extensibility. Compared with woven fabric, it has the characteristics of high output and suitable for small batch production. Knitted clothing is comfortable to wear, close to the body, has no sense of restraint, and can fully reflect the body curve.

Knitted fabrics have the characteristics of soft texture, moisture absorption, breathability, perspiration and warmth, etc. Most of them have excellent elasticity and extensibility. Compared with woven fabric, it has the characteristics of high output and suitable for small batch production. Knitted clothing is comfortable to wear, close to the body, has no sense of restraint, and can fully reflect the body curve.

 

Knitted material is soft, in addition to good wrinkle resistance and breathability, it also has greater extensibility and elasticity, suitable for underwear, tights and sportswear. After changing the structure and improving the dimensional stability, knitted fabrics can also be used as outerwear. Knitted fabrics can be woven into grey fabrics, which can be cut and sewed into various knitwear; they can also be woven directly into fully-formed or partially-formed products, such as socks and gloves. Knitted fabrics are widely used in industrial, agricultural, medical and sanitary fields in addition to underwear, outerwear, socks, gloves, hats, bed sheets, bed covers, curtains, mosquito nets, carpets, lace and other clothing, living and decorative fabrics. Such as filter cloths for dust removal, high-pressure pipes for oil and gas transmission, gaskets for rubber and plastic industries, oil fences for oil ports, safety nets for construction, packaging bags for agricultural and sideline products, low-pressure hoses for irrigation and fertilization, crops Nets for cutting and training, nets for protecting embankment slopes, fishing nets, artificial blood vessels, artificial heart valves, bandages and knee pads. The disadvantage of knitted fabric is that it is easy to hook and the size is more difficult to control.

 

 

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