Circular Knitted RR Interlock Relief Knits
  • Circular Knitted RR Interlock Relief Knits


    Relief weaves are weaves obtained by the relief method on a flat surface. In interlock machines, these knits create wavy protrusions on the surface as some of the cover needles are suspended and some are looped.

    There are settings that need to be made in order for the relief knit to be knitted on the interlock machine. In the relief knitting to be made, three rows of short needles will hang on the front surface of the fabric, and long needles will loop. In the next three rows, this will be the reverse. This pattern will repeat in the same way on all systems. In the cover, the needles will work in an interlock pattern.

    The needle arrangement should be diagonal. For some knitting in interlock machines, the needles need to be brought into a rib arrangement.

    In order to produce the determined weave, the steel system of the machine should be arranged according to the report below. While making the adjustment required to obtain the knit, the may setting should be lowered in systems that only make hangers. For example, if the setting of may is 10 in the systems that make loops, the setting of may should be 2 or 3 in the system that makes the hanger.





    If the hanger systems are the same as the others, it will cause punctures in the fabric. Looking at the knitting report, it is necessary to tighten the may setting in the 1st and 4th systems.





    If the yarn consumption is equal in the systems, there is no need for different pulley settings. In the knitting of this fabric in the interlock machine, the fabric draft setting will be made according to the rotation speed of the machine.

    In order to knit the desired fabric, a sample must be removed. It should also be checked whether the fabric is in the desired density. The accuracy of the pattern is checked according to the work order and the sample is made after the technical data is adjusted according to the machine feature.

    The control of the sample is also pronounced as "oky" in the enterprises, that is, "Our sample is ok, now production can be done." means. The controls of the produced sample should be done with great care. Desired fabric density, weight, color, customer request, etc. should be checked.

    A healthy production is made as a result of correct control. After the necessary adjustments and controls are made, production should be continued in a controlled manner. Both surfaces of the fabric should be checked regularly during production.



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Circular Knitted RR Interlock Relief Knits