The ribbon weaving

     The ribbon is made of a wide variety of yarns as raw materials or tubular fabrics. With a wide variety of fabrics, widely used in apparel, shoes, bags, industry, agriculture, military supplies, transportation and other industrial sectors. 30 's, weaving belts are handmade workshop production, raw materials for cotton, twine.
After the founding of New China, ribbon with the development of raw materials to nylon, Vinylon, polyester, polypropylene, spandex, viscose and so on, the formation of woven, knitting, knitting three major categories of technology, fabric structure has plain, twill, satin, jacquard, double-layer, multi-layer, tubular and joint organization. Weaving (spindle weaving): yarn meridian Tube, weft forming weft tube, inserted in the Knitting machine fixed rack, the weft pipe along the 8-shaped track rotation movement, to pull the yarn cross knitting. The usual number of spindles is even, woven into a tubular string, the number of spindles is odd, woven into a flat piece of tape. Spindle weaving technology in the old China began to apply, the number of spindles due to different equipment, generally 9~100 ingots, weaving the basic process is: bleaching and dyeing-weft-weaving-drop machine open shear-packaging. 1960, the weaving machine for a number of technical innovations, the main peach plate diameter amplification, installation of broken rubber automatic parking device, iron ingots changed to nylon spindle.
The improvement of these equipments makes the speed increase to 160~190 turn/cent, the stand rate increases one times, the product quality is greatly improved. Weaving not only webbing, but also weaving rope. Tubular Band is a braided rope, the diameter of the 1~4 mm rope or rope line, more than 4 mm in diameter, also known as rope, diameter greater than 40 mm is generally called cable or cable. 1989, the industry introduced Japan stereotyped cable production line equipment, the following year to produce polypropylene stereotyped cable, the product won the national silver.