Introduction of printed webbing


The printed webbing is made of a variety of yarns to form a narrow web or tubular fabric. There are many kinds of fabrics, which are widely used in various industrial sectors such as clothing, shoe materials, luggage, industry, agriculture, military demand, transportation and so on. In the 1930s, the printed ribbon was produced by hand workshops, and the raw materials were cotton and twine. After the founding of new china, the raw materials for webbing gradually developed into nylon, vinylon, polyester, polypropylene, spandex, viscose, etc., forming three major types of processing techniques: Weaving, knitting, and knitting. The fabric structure has plain, twill, satin, jacquard, double layer, multi-layer, tubular and joint organization.


The distinction between nylon and pp webbing: Generally, nylon webbing is woven and dyed first, so the color of the yarn after splitting will be the color of the white yarn due to uneven dyeing, and the pp webbing will first dye the yarn and then weave it. There is a phenomenon that the yarn is white; in contrast, the nylon webbing is more glossy and softer than the pp webbing; it can also be distinguished by the chemical reaction of burning; the nylon webbing is generally higher in price than the pp webbing.