• Shaded satin weave in the warp direction

SHADE SATIN KNIT IN THE WARP DIRECTION

Half shade satin weave is obtained, for example, by resulting in the given weft satin weave pattern converting to warp satin.

On the other hand, full shade satin weave is formed by continuing the weft satin weave pattern until the warp satin weave pattern turns into a weft satin weave pattern again.

Full or half shaded satin weaves formed in the warp direction are mostly applied on jacquard weaving machines as many frames will be needed depending on the twill weave pattern given.

The number of warp wires to be used for half shaded satin weave in the warp direction is determined as the value obtained as a result of the product of the given satin weave report wire number and the one minus of the report wire number.

The weft wire count is taken as the given satin weave report wire count.

The number of warp wires to be used for full shade satin weave in the warp direction is determined as the value obtained by subtracting two patterns, twice the value obtained as a result of multiplying the given number of satin weave report wires and one less report wire number. The weft wire count is taken as the given satin weave report wire count.

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D 1/4 Z Number of jumps 2

Number of report weft wire: 5 Report

warp wire count : {(5 x 4) x 2} – (2 x 5)=30

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