24Aug 2015
three-thread fleecy loop structure

Speciality fabrics include fleecy, plush, high pile and wrap fabrics. Although some constructions are unique to a single type of circular knitting machines, others may be knitted on a range of machinery. The surface effects of fleecy, plush or pile are developed during the finishing process usually on the technical back of single faced fabric. […]

14Aug 2015
circular knitting machine production

Weft knitted fabrics maybe  approximately divided into single or double jersey(“double-knit”) according to whether they were knitted with one or two sets of needles. It maybe preferable to include some of these fabrics in separate groupings of underwear and speciality fabrics. Pelerine eyelet, sinker wheel mesh tructures and float plated fabrics are mainly used for […]

10Aug 2015
purl links links jacquard knit fabric

Four primary base weft knitted structures–plain, rib, interlock and purl–are the base structures from which all weft knitted fabrics and garments are derived. Each is composed of a different combination of face and reverse meshed stitches, knitted on a particular arrangement of needle beds. Each primary structure may exist alone, in a modified form with […]

30Jul 2015
BUEN-KNIT linking electronic jacquard knitted fabrics

Weft knitted jacquard designs are built up from face loops in selected colours on a base fabric of either single jersey, 1*1 rib, or links-links(purl). The face loop needles are individually selected, ususally each only once per pattern row, to rise and take one yarn from a sequence of different coloured yarn feeds on a […]

30Jul 2015
latch needle

1 The rest position. The head of the needle hook is level with the top of the verge of the trick. The loop formed at the previous feeder is in the closed hook. It is prevented from rising as the needle rises, by holding-down sinkers or web holders that move forward between the needles to […]

30Jul 2015

The hooked metal needle is the principal knitting elements of the knitting machine. Priror to yarn feeding, the needle is raised to clear the old loop from the hook and to receive the new loop above it on the needle stem. the new loop is then enclosed in the needle hook as the needle starts […]

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