They are knits obtained by using interlock single-pipe loop, skipping and suspension elements together. The fabrics produced with these knits have a tighter and flatter surface than other interlock knitted fabrics. In interlock texpike knitting, more tense yarn adjustment is required in the hanger systems made at the front and back. In the production of single-pipe knits, the machine needle arrangement should be in the normal interlock arrangement.
The interlock texpike knitting pattern, which is created by using the loop, skipping and hanger elements together, consists of 6 systems, 2 cylinders and 2 cover needles.
In the formation of the weave;
In the 1st-5th system, the cylinder and the cover are long, the needles are loops,
In the 2nd-4th system, the cylinder and the cover are short, the needles are loops,
In the 3rd system, the cylinder and the cover are long, the needles are hanger,
In the 6th system, the knitting report is completed by forming the cylinder and the cover short, the needles hanger, the cover needles skipping.
In interlock texpike knitting, more tense yarn adjustment is required in the hanger systems made at the front and back.
When knitting this fabric in the interlock machine, the fabric draft setting will be adjusted according to the rotation speed of the machine. A sample must be removed in order to knit the desired fabric. It should also be checked whether the fabric is in the desired density. It is necessary to be careful not to damage the needle sinkers of the machine during the knitting of the sample. Because may settings, shooting settings, thread feeding settings, etc. Needles and other machine parts may be damaged if the settings are not done properly.
The produced sample should be checked. After the desired fabric density is obtained, production can be started. These controls are a mandatory control for the smooth continuation of production.
After the necessary adjustments are made, production should be continued in a controlled manner. Both surfaces of the fabric should be checked regularly during production. In addition, deviations may occur in the products due to the instantaneous changes in climatic conditions while the production continues. In order to minimize these deviations and improve the quality of production, products should be checked daily, and if there are errors and problems, corrections should be made by intervening in the machine immediately.