Abstract This paper focuses on the evaluation of thread interlacing and its influence on some of the end-use properties of woven fabric, especially its influence fabric thickness and roughness. Weaves and their interlacing structural models, different thread positions in the fabric, and thread compression in thread interlacing are important not only for final design but for final fabric properties. From the weave viewpoint, it is necessary to distinguish the specific interlacing in the longitudinal and in the transverse section as well as the dimension and design of the binding repeat.
Autex Research Journal – de Gruyter
Published: Oct 1, 2012