• Round Fabric Production

    Small diameter round fabric forms are obtained by using rope, braiding, weaving and knitting techniques in textile. The fabrics produced by these methods and the composite structures in which these fabrics are used as reinforcement have many uses in both daily life and industry. Some of these are ropes, apparel textiles, textile accessories, shoelaces, neck straps, technical textiles, medical textiles, automotive textiles, sealing element in pressure and hydraulic materials, electrical cable, insulation hose, sailing ropes, parachute ropes, mountaineer rope,medical round fabric etc. can be listed as



    It is possible to summarize the production technologies as rope making technology, braiding, circular weaving, tubular knitted fabric in single and double bed, hybrid fabrics and needleless knitting. Circular woven fabrics are generally used in the packaging industry and do not fall into the small-scale fabric category. In knitting machines, fabrics with diameters measured in mm can be produced in a single bed (single jersey). On the other hand, in conventional double bed (cylinder-cover) circular knitting machines, it is not possible to produce with a diameter smaller than 2 ¼ inches (~60 mm) due to the cam profile parameter. In recent years, there have been very important developments in hair knitting machines. Three-dimensional braiding machines that can be rotated in all directions were produced from two-dimensional braiding. In hose strengthening braids, both hair braiding technique and circular knitting technique can be used. Another interesting study in recent years is needleless knitting machines.




    According to the TS EN ISO 1968 standard, the rope is: “A piece of cord with a diameter of more than 4 mm and obtained by twisting, braiding, or braiding from three or more arms, or by making a sheath of a plastic film layer.





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Round Fabric Production