Difference between the warp knitting and the weft knitting


The difference between the warp knitting and the weft k […]

The difference between the warp knitting and the weft knitting of the fabric, the weft knitted fabric refers to the knitted fabric which is woven from the transverse direction.

That is, the weft knitting machine reciprocates (or circularly moves) the yarn from one side of the machine to the other side, and a new knitting stitch can be formed by the movement of the knitting needle. The weft knitted fabric yarn travels in a transverse direction, and the fabric is formed by weaving a row of yarns in a row and a row in the course direction. All the coils of a row are woven from a single yarn. The weft knitted fabric can be finished on a flat knitting machine or a circular machine.

Warp-knitted yarns are warp-knitted in warp-knitted fabrics, like the warp yarns of woven fabrics, which are fed by warp beam and are wound with a large number of parallel-arranged yarns on the warp, similar to the warp beam in the weaving. The direction of the yarn in the warp knit is warp. A vertical coil is formed in one course and then moved diagonally to the other wales to form another coil in the next course. The yarn advances in a zigzag pattern from one side to the other along the length of the fabric, and each of the stitches in a row is made of a different yarn.

The warp knitting uses a plurality of yarns to be looped in the longitudinal direction (warp direction) of the cloth. Weft knitting uses one or more yarns in a sequence along the transverse (weft) of the sector.

Weft-knitted knitwear can be formed with at least one yarn, but in order to improve production efficiency, a plurality of yarns are generally used for weaving; and a warp-knitted fabric is a fabric that cannot be formed by one yarn, one yarn Only a beak of one coil can be formed.