The cliptronic warp knitting machine can control the entry and exit of Jaka yarn


The embossed Jaka machine is also known as the Cliptron […]

The embossed Jaka machine is also known as the Cliptronic warp knitting machine. This machine can not only control the horizontal offset of the Jaka guide needle, but also control the entry and exit of Jaka yarn in the longitudinal direction. Work to form an independent relief effect. At present, the product applications of this type of machine have successfully penetrated into the lace field from a single window screen, table cloth, etc., and are also widely used in the production of women's underwear and tights. Each of the Cliptronic series models is designed for very specific applications.
RJWB3 / 2F and RJWB4 / 2F embossed Jaka warp knitting machine and its products
RJWB3 / 2F is mainly used in the production of Jacquard curtains. This special warp knitting effect is formed by the interaction of a separate Jaka comb and a single yarn selection device (EFS) controlled by Piezo. Three separate Jaka combs and a single yarn selection device are all operated by Piezo elements. Jaka combs rely on electronic pulses to control their traverse movement, and control the yarn guide needles in the loop back and front stitches during loop formation Offset the Jaka yarn guide needle to the left or right.

In this machine, the front Piezo Jaka separation card (JBl.1) is used to produce raised patterns; the single yarn selection device moves each individual yarn of the Jaka card (JBl.1) away or Entering the knitting area, the pattern yarn only enters the raised pattern and does not enter the ground structure, so that the base fabric is knitted more finely, and the yarn consumption in the comb (JBl) is reduced. In other words, craftsmen can design patterns with more expensive high-quality yarns; the later Piezo Jaka card (JB3) is used to form a fancy texture; the front guide card (GB2) is used for knitting Chain loops to form the desired fabric structure.
RJWB3 / 2F can meet the rapidly changing market requirements for the production of high-quality curtains. This unique pattern effect is a raised pattern effect on a thin, lightly transparent base fabric, as shown in Figure 21. This structure can not only meet the trend of pursuing the embroidery effect, but also retain the various characteristics and advantages of warp knitted fabrics, and these patterns are completely free from the restrictions of the pattern cycle. The selected pattern can be placed anywhere on the fabric surface . The design of the base fabric and the pattern can be independent of each other, such as slender silk for ground organization, and the pattern area can use yarns with different structures, colors, and effects.