CN109440267B - High-low wool weft-hidden satin tissue towel and weaving process thereof - Google Patents

High-low wool weft-hidden satin tissue towel and weaving process thereof Download PDF

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CN109440267B
CN109440267B CN201811460619.5A CN201811460619A CN109440267B CN 109440267 B CN109440267 B CN 109440267B CN 201811460619 A CN201811460619 A CN 201811460619A CN 109440267 B CN109440267 B CN 109440267B
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赵瑞英
彭趁义
张在成
王建森
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The invention discloses a high-low wool weft-hidden satin tissue towel and a weaving process thereof, wherein the towel adopts a weaving mode of clamping six-weft satin with six-weft high-low wool, wool warps and ground warps are respectively divided into two groups, and the two groups of wool warps and ground warps are circularly arranged according to 12 wefts in each group in the radial direction; respectively interweaving a first group of wool warps and a first group of ground warps with corresponding weft yarns into a high-loop tissue and a low-loop tissue, and interweaving a second group of wool warps and a second group of ground warps with corresponding weft yarns into a satin tissue by adopting a weaving mode of six-weft high-low wool clip six-weft satin; and forming patterns of alternately alternating high loop stitch, low loop stitch and satin stitch, and forming three-dimensional patterns with at least three heights on the towel. The invention can at least embody three heights of the high-loop, the low-loop and the satin, and the satin weft yarn is skillfully embedded in the satin weft yarn, thereby not only improving the three-dimensional effect of the product pattern, but also leading the product appearance to be more novel and the expression level to be more abundant, and forming a novel towel product.

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High-low wool weft-hidden satin tissue towel and weaving process thereof
Technical Field
The invention relates to the technical field of spinning, in particular to a high-low wool weft-hidden satin tissue towel.
Background
In the prior towel industry, the traditional satin fluffing product generally adopts a combination form of 3-weft wool or 3-weft wool 6-weft wool, the satin fluffing mode weaves a product which is a pure plane jacquard with satin weft yarns sandwiched in the middle, the stereoscopic layering sense is not strong enough, and the color effect of the weft yarns is single.
Disclosure of Invention
The first technical problem to be solved by the invention is as follows: aiming at the defects in the prior art, the weaving mode of six-weft high-low wool clip six-weft satin is adopted, the patterns of high-loop stitch, low-loop stitch and satin stitch which are alternately alternated are respectively interwoven, and the high-low wool hidden-satin tissue towel with three-dimensional patterns of at least three heights can be embodied.
The second technical problem to be solved by the invention is: aiming at the defects in the prior art, the weaving process of the high-low wool weft-hidden satin weaving towel is provided, and the towel which can embody the three-dimensional patterns of at least three heights is woven by adopting a six-weft high-low wool-clip six-weft satin weaving mode.
In order to solve the first technical problem, the technical scheme of the invention is as follows:
the towel adopts a weaving mode of six-weft high-low wool-clip six-weft satin, and is formed by interweaving wool warps, ground warps and wefts into patterns in which a high-loop stitch, a low-loop stitch and a satin stitch are alternately and alternately interpenetrated, so that three-dimensional patterns with at least three heights are formed on the towel.
As an improved technical scheme, the patterns which are alternately inserted comprise high-loop patterns, low-loop patterns and satin patterns; and a high-loop surrounding low-loop pattern, a high-loop surrounding satin pattern, a low-loop surrounding high-loop pattern, and a low-loop surrounding satin pattern, which are formed by mutually combining a high-loop stitch, a low-loop stitch, and a satin stitch.
As an improved technical scheme, the satin weave comprises a satin weave or a jacquard weave; or a combination of the two.
As an improved technical scheme, the high loop stitch and the low loop stitch respectively adopt different colors of warps to embody the height effect of the high loop and the low loop; or different colors and double-color napping warps are adopted to jointly embody the height effect of the high-low looped pile.
As an improved technical scheme, the mixed wool tissue paving mode of six-weft high-low wool selects a number 1/6 modification, the mixed wool tissue is paved according to the multiple of 6, and the paving starting point selects 1/2 of the whole cycle to start.
According to the conventional high-low wool mixed wool tissue laying mode, a fixed laying point position is automatically set by drawing software, and quality defects such as irregular fuzzing, easy occurrence of fuzzing and the like of a high-wool mixed wool part are easily caused by using the six-weft high-low wool fuzzing mode. The inventor conducts a large amount of theoretical analysis and experimental verification and repeated machine-loading experiments, creatively selects a number 1/6 modification diagram, the mixed wool tissue is paved according to the multiple of 6, and the paving starting point selects a 1/2 point of the integral circulation to start, so that the weaving problem is solved by the optimal matching starting point.
In order to solve the second technical problem, the technical solution of the present invention is:
the weaving process of the high-low wool hidden weft satin tissue towel comprises the following steps:
dividing the hair warps and the ground warps into two groups respectively, wherein the two groups of the hair warps and the ground warps are circularly arranged according to 12 picks in each group in the radial direction;
respectively interweaving a first group of wool warps and a first group of ground warps with corresponding weft yarns into a high-loop tissue and a low-loop tissue, and interweaving a second group of wool warps and a second group of ground warps with corresponding weft yarns into a satin tissue by adopting a weaving mode of six-weft high-low wool clip six-weft satin; and forming patterns of alternately alternating high loop stitch, low loop stitch and satin stitch, and forming three-dimensional patterns with at least three heights on the towel.
As an improved technical scheme, in the weaving process of the towel, the beating-up distance between a reed and a weaving opening in beating-up of the sixth weft length of each tissue cycle is adjusted to be 5-8% higher than that in beating-up of the third weft.
The six-weft high-low-wool fluffing mode of the invention is easy to cause the fluffing irregularity of the low-wool terry. Through repeated tests, the beating-up distance between a reed and a weaving opening during beating-up of the sixth weft length is adjusted to be 5-8% higher than that during beating-up of the third weft in the weaving process, so that the problem of irregular fuzzing of low-wool terry is solved.
As an improved technical scheme, the patterns which are alternately inserted comprise high-loop patterns, low-loop patterns and satin patterns; and a high-loop surrounding low-loop pattern, a high-loop surrounding satin pattern, a low-loop surrounding high-loop pattern, and a low-loop surrounding satin pattern, which are formed by mutually combining a high-loop stitch, a low-loop stitch, and a satin stitch.
As an improved technical scheme, the satin weave comprises a satin weave or a jacquard weave; or a combination of the two.
As an improved technical scheme, the high loop stitch and the low loop stitch respectively adopt different colors of warps to embody the height effect of the high loop and the low loop; or different colors and double-color napping warps are adopted to jointly embody the height effect of the high-low looped pile.
As an improved technical scheme, the mixed wool tissue paving mode of six-weft high-low wool selects a number 1/6 modification, the mixed wool tissue is paved according to the multiple of 6, and the paving starting point selects 1/2 of the whole cycle to start.
Due to the adoption of the technical scheme, the invention has the beneficial effects that:
the high-low wool weft-hidden satin tissue towel adopts a weaving mode of six-weft high-low wool clip six-weft satin, wool warps, ground warps and wefts are interwoven into patterns in which a high-loop weave, a low-loop weave and a satin weave are alternately and alternately interwoven, and three-dimensional patterns with at least three heights are formed on the towel. The invention breaks through the weave structure that the traditional satin fuzzing only has one pile loop height, and the traditional high-low wool product can only show two pile loop heights of high-low wool, the invention can show at least three heights of high pile loops, low pile loops and satin, satin weft yarns are ingeniously inlaid in the satin weft yarns, and the satin can adopt different ground weave textures, yarns with different characteristics not only improve the three-dimensional effect of product patterns, but also enable the product appearance to be more novel, enable the expression level to be more abundant, and form a novel towel product.
The high loop stitch and the low loop stitch of the towel can respectively embody the height effects of the high loop and the low loop by adopting the warps with different colors; or different colors and double-color napping warps are adopted to jointly embody the height effect of the high-low looped pile, and different yarns and different ground textures are adopted to embody the satin effect, so that the towel product provided by the invention can obtain a towel product with novel style, beautiful appearance and stronger stereoscopic impression only by changing the colors of different patterns.
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The invention is further illustrated with reference to the following figures and examples.
FIG. 1 is a diagram of an upper computer organization of an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 2 is a diagram of the physical effect of the embodiment of the invention.
In fig. 1, a is a satin portion ground weave interweaving point; b is a warp knitting interweaving point of the satin part, and C is a warp knitting interweaving point of the high-low wool part; d is a hair warp tissue interweaving point of the high-low hair part; wherein, a represents a warp tissue point at the weft insertion satin; x represents the warp structure point of the fluffing part; □ represents weft points.
Detailed Description
The invention is further illustrated below with reference to the figures and examples. It should be understood that these examples are for illustrative purposes only and are not intended to limit the scope of the present invention. Further, it should be understood that various changes or modifications of the present invention may be made by those skilled in the art after reading the teaching of the present invention, and such equivalents may fall within the scope of the present invention as defined in the appended claims.
As shown in fig. 1 and 2, in the present invention, a three-dimensional pattern with at least three heights is formed on the towel by weaving a six-weft high-low pile-clip six-weft satin, in which a high-loop stitch, a low-loop stitch, and a satin stitch are alternately interlaced with each other by weaving a pile warp, a ground warp, and a weft, respectively.
Example 1
Selecting yarns: raising the hair warp: 20s/2 cotton yarn
Raising ground warp: 24s/2 cotton yarn
Satin pile warp: 20s/2 cotton yarn
Satin ground warp: 24s/2 cotton yarn
Fluffing weft yarns: 16s/1 cotton yarn
Satin weft yarns: 20s/2 cotton yarn
Selecting a weaving machine: g6200 loom
Weaving the towel:
circularly arranging the fluffed warp yarns, the fluffed ground warp yarns, the satin fluffed warp yarns and the satin ground warp yarns in the radial direction according to each group of 12 picks by adopting the upper machine organization chart shown in the attached drawing 1; the mixed wool tissue is laid in by a multiple of 6, and the laying starting point is selected from 1/2 of the whole circulation.
Weaving a six-weft high-low wool clip six-weft satin by adopting a weaving mode of weaving a high-terry stitch and a low-terry stitch with corresponding weft yarns respectively, and weaving a satin woolen warp and a satin ground stitch with corresponding weft yarns into a satin stitch; and forming at least three of a high-loop surrounding low-loop pattern, a high-loop surrounding satin pattern, a low-loop surrounding high-loop pattern and a low-loop surrounding satin pattern which are formed by mutually combining a high-loop stitch, a low-loop stitch and a satin stitch, and forming three-dimensional patterns with at least three heights on the towel.
And in the weaving process of the towel, the beating-up distance between the reed and the fell in the beating-up of the sixth weft length of each tissue cycle is adjusted to be 6 percent higher than that in the third weft.
And (3) post-treatment:
and desizing, softening and airflow drying the semi-finished product of the towel after weaving by adopting an overflow machine to obtain a towel product which is softer and fluffy in hand feeling and smoother and more beautiful in appearance.

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1. A high-low wool weft-hidden satin tissue towel is characterized in that: the towel adopts a weaving mode of six-weft high-low wool clip six-weft satin, wool warps, ground warps and wefts are interwoven into patterns of a high-loop stitch, a low-loop stitch and a satin stitch which are alternately and alternately interpenetrated, and three-dimensional patterns with at least three heights are formed on the towel; the patterns which are alternately inserted comprise high-loop patterns, low-loop patterns and satin patterns; and a high-loop surrounding low-loop pattern, a high-loop surrounding satin pattern, a low-loop surrounding high-loop pattern, and a low-loop surrounding satin pattern, which are formed by mutually combining a high-loop stitch, a low-loop stitch, and a satin stitch.
2. The high-low wool concealed weft satin tissue towel according to claim 1, wherein: the satin weave comprises a satin weave or a jacquard weave; or a combination of the two.
3. The high-low wool concealed weft satin tissue towel according to claim 1, wherein: the high loop stitch and the low loop stitch respectively reflect the height effect of the high loop and the low loop by adopting the warp yarns with different colors; or different colors and double-color napping warps are adopted to jointly embody the height effect of the high-low looped pile.
4. The high-low wool concealed weft satin tissue towel according to claim 1, wherein: the mixed wool tissue with six wefts of high and low wool is paved according to the multiple of 6, and the paving starting point is selected from 1/2 of the whole cycle.
5. The weaving process of high-low wool closed weft satin weave towel according to any of the claims 1 to 4, characterized by comprising the following steps:
dividing the hair warps and the ground warps into two groups respectively, wherein the two groups of the hair warps and the ground warps are circularly arranged according to 12 picks in each group in the radial direction;
respectively interweaving a first group of wool warps and a first group of ground warps with corresponding weft yarns into a high-loop tissue and a low-loop tissue, and interweaving a second group of wool warps and a second group of ground warps with corresponding weft yarns into a satin tissue by adopting a weaving mode of six-weft high-low wool clip six-weft satin; and forming patterns of alternately alternating high loop stitch, low loop stitch and satin stitch, and forming three-dimensional patterns with at least three heights on the towel.
6. The weaving process of the high-low wool hidden weft satin weave towel according to claim 5, characterized in that: in the weaving process of the towel, the beating-up distance between a reed and a weaving opening during beating-up of the sixth weft length of each tissue cycle is adjusted to be 5-8% higher than that during beating-up of the third weft.
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