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Weave plan in a weaving factory

Weaving is a method to produce fabrics by the right angle interlacement of 2 sets of yarn –named as warp [longitudinal direction… Read more

How to calculate Knit fabric production?

Knitting is one of the most used fabric production techniques, where yarns are interlooped to form the flat fabric. Two types of … Read more

Hook’s Law

Statement: “the force needed to extend or compress a spring by some distance is proportional to that distance.” and this can be w… Read more

What is Yarn Pull-out method?

Yarn pull-out measurements reveal information on the interactions among the yarns of the fabrics, mainly on the friction between … Read more

Fabric Behaviour Under Tensile Load

To understand the fabric behaviour under tensile load, a generalized load–elongation behaviour of woven fabric is shown in figure… Read more

Fabric Production Techniques

There are different types of fabric production techniques such as weaving, knitting, braiding, non-weaving (for example, felting)… Read more

What is Pierce Geometrical Model?

The properties of the fabric depend on the fabric structure. The formal structure of a woven fabric is defined by weave, thread d… Read more

3D Woven fabric and its application in the composite industry

Weaving is a method of textile production in which two distinct sets of yarns or threads are interlaced at right angles to form a… Read more

The Fundamental Weaving Motions

Loom is a device used to produce fabrics from interlacing two sets of yarn named warp and weft yarns. The sectional view of a pla… Read more

Fabric Structure | Classification | On-grain | Off-grain

The technique, how the two series of threads (warp and weft) are interlaced at right angles to each other is called structure (/w… Read more

Plain Weave structure

What is Plain weave? A weave obtained by lifting the even no. warps at one pick & the odd no. of warps in the next pick. … Read more

Weave, Drafting, Lifting and Denting Plan | Weaving

What is Weave plan? It illustrates the interlacing of ends and picks in the fabric under consideration. In the weave plan, sp… Read more

Formula number vs Repeat number

Formula Number It is a kind of shorthand expression of the waving of warp and weft yarn. It gives the information of succe… Read more

How can we identify warp and weft in a fabric?

Warp & Weft: The lengthwise or longitudinal yarn of fabric is termed as the warp yarn, while the width-wise or transverse… Read more

Comprehensive Viva Preparation | Fabric Engineering

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Comprehensive Viva Preparation | Fabric Production Techniques

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Comprehensive Viva Preparation | Loom Motion

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Effect of Fabric Structure on Fabric Properties

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Comparison between Knitted and Woven Fabrics

Knitting is a method of producing the fabrics, where yarns are interlooped to form a flat fabric. Two types of knitting exist, … Read more

How to cut sample from knit and woven fabric?

Fabric samples from warp and weft are taken separately as their properties vary substantially along warp and weft. Identify a… Read more

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