How to sew the dress weaving Mark?
How to sew the dress weaving Mark? There are two kinds of sewing methods for weaving marks on clothing. The weaving marks are mainly divided into selvage and trimming.
Fabric edge cloth mark:
When it comes to the requirement of the trademark's one-off case width, it is called "selvage trademark". This process avoids many disadvantages of trimming, but the output is low.
There is also a plane / Satin score, which is characterized by soft and soft handle. It is more suitable for clothing, such as fashion, western style clothes, and so on.
It is the most Japanese manufacturer that pays attention to quality, and the machine is also made by Japan.
The weaving label is usually made of satin standard, but the satin background is hard to express.
It is often used to solve this problem by ironing / dyeing.
The machine of weaving edge usually has wooden shuttles, the color can not generally exceed four kinds, and the crochet machine can also weave the quality of all kinds of craft, even the transparent polyester filament can be added in the warp, which is called the fish wire crochet machine.
In addition to the width, the total length of color, and the technology, there are also varieties of yarn used. JB series yarn is the international common cutting cloth mark:
As the name suggests, on a dedicated high-speed machine, weave like a piece of cloth and cut into strips according to the width of the target.
Because polyester is heated and melted, the yarn will stick together when it is cut, and it will not disperse. Because of this reason, appearance and feel will be affected. Good machines will be better.
The cloth label can be directly arranged to be sent to the garment factory for processing.
If the requirements are strict, it needs to be processed by cutting and folding.
Because the maximum width of this machine is 20.8cm, that is to say, it can be woven out of the width of the standard, and can also be processed in various shapes according to the process classification can be divided into two categories of flat and satin.