It is a rapport system that is formed by arranging the unit rapport square at a rate of 1/2 in one direction (in the weft direction) and perpendicularly in the other direction (in the warp direction). A rapport square consists of six axles. As in the straight rapport, there are four corner axles, and in addition to this, there are two more axles in the middle. In other words, while the pattern goes in accordance with the flat rapport system in one direction, it slides 1/2 in the other direction and settles on the fabric. The shift unit can be either to the right or to the left of the rapport. The slip in the half rapport can be in the weft or warp direction, as well as to the right or left. The size of the stencil prints the width of the fabric. In the production process, the work, which is seen as transverse soter on the template, makes a longitudinal soter print on the fabric. The work, which is seen as a longitudinal soter on the template, prints transversely on the fabric.
It is generally applied in large volume patterns. It is one of the frequently preferred reporting techniques in businesses. This report system allows for more spaced sequencing of motif repetition.
Pattern Application According to Half (Soter) Rapport System
1-Unit report dimensions are determined.
2- With the help of millimetric paper, the rapport square is drawn as four axes. Then, two more opposing axes are taken from the middle of the rapport. A total of six axles are obtained. First, the axles on opposite sides are checked by overlapping. (The AB axes and the EF axes are overlapped.) Then the cross axes are overlapped since the pattern will slide in one direction at a rate of 1/2. (AC and DF - BD and CE axles are placed on top of each other.) Care should be taken when fitting the axles. A mistake to be made will cause shifts in the pattern.
3- In accordance with the design principles, a pattern is drawn with a pencil in the unit report area. Arrangements are made on the motifs that go beyond the rapport in the pattern. During this arrangement, additional motifs can be used or deductions can be made without disturbing the character of the pattern. (If a ready-made pattern is to be reported, the same adjustments are made for that pattern.).
4- While making this arrangement, care should be taken not to disturb the general structure of the pattern. The motifs overflowing from the sides should be moved to the right corner, taking into account that there will be a 1/2 shift of the rapport repetition towards the width. It should not be forgotten that the motif overflowing next to the A and C axes will be carried perpendicularly between the D and F axes. After all these processes, the unit report is made ready.
5-When duplicating half rapport, the unit rapport is shifted by 1/2.
6-A full rapport is applied for longitudinal repetitions.
7-The rapport is reproduced sideways and upwards as much as desired.
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