JP2013189719A - Method for knitting slit yarn in circular knitting machine, apparatus therefor and knitted fabric thereby - Google Patents

Method for knitting slit yarn in circular knitting machine, apparatus therefor and knitted fabric thereby Download PDF

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JP2013189719A
JP2013189719A JP2012055415A JP2012055415A JP2013189719A JP 2013189719 A JP2013189719 A JP 2013189719A JP 2012055415 A JP2012055415 A JP 2012055415A JP 2012055415 A JP2012055415 A JP 2012055415A JP 2013189719 A JP2013189719 A JP 2013189719A
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    • D04BRAIDING; LACE-MAKING; KNITTING; TRIMMINGS; NON-WOVEN FABRICS
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    • D04B1/00Weft knitting processes for the production of fabrics or articles not dependent on the use of particular machines; Fabrics or articles defined by such processes
    • D04B1/14Other fabrics or articles characterised primarily by the use of particular thread materials
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    • D04BRAIDING; LACE-MAKING; KNITTING; TRIMMINGS; NON-WOVEN FABRICS
    • D04BKNITTING
    • D04B15/00Details of, or auxiliary devices incorporated in, weft knitting machines, restricted to machines of this kind
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    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D04BRAIDING; LACE-MAKING; KNITTING; TRIMMINGS; NON-WOVEN FABRICS
    • D04BKNITTING
    • D04B35/00Details of, or auxiliary devices incorporated in, knitting machines, not otherwise provided for
    • D04B35/22Devices for preparatory treatment of threads
    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D04BRAIDING; LACE-MAKING; KNITTING; TRIMMINGS; NON-WOVEN FABRICS
    • D04BKNITTING
    • D04B9/00Circular knitting machines with independently-movable needles
    • D04B9/06Circular knitting machines with independently-movable needles with needle cylinder and dial for ribbed goods
    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D10INDEXING SCHEME ASSOCIATED WITH SUBLASSES OF SECTION D, RELATING TO TEXTILES
    • D10BINDEXING SCHEME ASSOCIATED WITH SUBLASSES OF SECTION D, RELATING TO TEXTILES
    • D10B2403/00Details of fabric structure established in the fabric forming process
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    • D10B2403/0114Dissimilar front and back faces with one or more yarns appearing predominantly on one face, e.g. plated or paralleled yarns

Abstract

A method for knitting a slit yarn of several mm width made of a sheet-like material with a knitting machine while covering a core yarn which is a core yarn, an apparatus used therefor, and a knitted fabric obtained thereby.
As a yarn feeding device, a slit yarn feeding device is provided to supply slit yarn SY separately from a yarn feeding device that supplies core yarn CY. A covering means 80 for wrapping the core yarn CY with the slit yarn SY is provided between the slit yarn feeding device and the knitting portion. Further, guide means 61 and 63 are provided from the slit yarn feeding device to the covering means so that the slit yarn SY is not twisted and does not become wrinkles and the front and back are not reversed.
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Description

  The present invention relates to a method of knitting with a knitting machine while covering a core yarn (core yarn) with a slit yarn having a width of several mm with a sheet-like material such as a film or a nonwoven fabric, an apparatus used therefor, and a knitted fabric obtained thereby It is.

  Conventionally, knitting machines have been knitted using yarns made by spinning or false twisting of fibers called staples or filaments of natural fibers or chemical fibers. In recent years, flat materials called slit yarns have been developed in which sheets of raw materials such as nonwoven fabrics with a structure in which films and fibers made of polypropylene, polyethylene, etc. are aligned and laminated in parallel or indefinite directions are cut into a width of several millimeters. .

  Synthetic fiber manufacturers refer to filament yarns that have not been crimped as flat yarns, and imagine flat yarns from the names of the flat yarns. Flat yarns are raw yarns that have not been crimped. This is not necessarily a flat thread. In order to distinguish it from the flat yarn, in this specification, a sheet material having a thread width of 1 to 7 mm is cut into a slit yarn regardless of whether the yarn width is cut to a sheet material having a thread width of 1 to 7 mm. I will call it.

  Patent Document 1 below describes a circular knitted fabric knitted using a yarn made by twisting a flat yarn obtained by cutting a Japanese paper into a thin shape, wound around a core yarn, and then knitting using the yarn.

  Patent Document 2 listed below describes a cloth-like body formed by knitting a biodegradable flat yarn composed of multiple layers of a flat ribbon-like long article. As the knitting structure, there are known knitting methods such as warp knitting, weft knitting, Russell knitting, and tricot knitting.

  Patent Document 3 describes a polyester knitted fabric in which flat yarn (raw yarn) and false twisted yarn are aligned. This knitted fabric is a mesh reversible knitting of a known knitting structure using a double circular knitting machine (model of Fukuhara Seiki Seisakusho: LIL-4AL).

JP-A-2005-023445 JP-A-2005-248407 JP 2010-144288 A

  As described above, Patent Documents 1 to 3 are applications related to a yarn related to flat yarn and flat yarn, a knitted fabric using the yarn, a method and apparatus for knitting the yarn with a knitting machine, and a slit yarn is covered on a core yarn. However, there is no description of the technique of knitting with a knitting machine. When trying to perform such slit yarn knitting, there was a problem that when the slit yarn was unwound from the cheese-wound bobbin, it was twisted and knitted while twisting. In addition, there were problems that cocoons were formed before the formation and the front and back sides were reversed.

  The present invention solves how the slit yarn is led to the final coating means in a flat state, and is an added value that fully exhibits the characteristics of the flat slit yarn developed with high functionality. It is an object of the present invention to provide a method for knitting a knitted fabric rich in quality, an apparatus therefor, and a knitted fabric obtained thereby.

  In addition, from the recent economic situation, it is also an object to reduce manufacturing costs by reducing manufacturing processes.

The slit yarn knitting device of the present invention is knitted by a leg, a bed supported by the leg, a knitting portion arranged on the bed, a yarn supplying device for supplying knitting yarn to the knitting portion, and the knitting portion. A circular knitting machine having a winding unit for winding a knitted fabric, wherein the yarn supplying device includes a core yarn supplying device for supplying a core yarn and a slit yarn supplying device for supplying a slit yarn, Covering means for wrapping the core yarn with the slit yarn is provided between the slit yarn feeding device and the knitting part, and from the slit yarn feeding device to the covering means, the slit yarn is not twisted, A guide means is provided for guiding the front and back so as not to turn over and not to become a wrinkle.

Preferably, the slit yarn feeding device includes at least two types of a first yarn feeding device on the side close to the knitting portion and a second yarn feeding device on the far side, and the covering means includes the first yarn feeding device and the first yarn feeding device. It is provided between the knitting parts.

  Preferably, the covering means has a cylindrical yarn inlet, a central portion having a diameter approximately half of the diameter of the yarn inlet, and a rectangular yarn outlet, and a portion from the central portion to the yarn outlet is cylindrical. It is gradually changing to a rectangle.

Preferably, the circumference of the central portion and the rectangle outer circumference of the yarn outlet are smoothly connected so as to be equal.

The rectangular short side (T) of the yarn outlet is preferably 0.3 to 0.7 mm, and the long side (L) of the rectangular shape of the yarn outlet is L = 1/2 × W + α (mm) ( Here, W is the width of the slit yarn, and α is preferably 0 to 0.6 mm.

More preferably, the inner corner of the yarn outlet is processed into an R shape.

  The guide means is provided between a first guide provided near the first yarn feeder, a third guide means provided immediately before the covering means, and the first guide and the third guide means. Preferably, the second guide means includes at least three.

  More preferably, the guide means is a cylindrical pin.

The slit yarn knitting method of the present invention includes a leg, a bed supported by the leg, a knitting portion arranged on the bed, a core yarn supplying device for supplying core yarn to the knitting portion, and a slit yarn. A method of using a circular knitting machine having at least one slit yarn feeding device and a winding unit for winding a knitted fabric knitted by the knitting unit, the slit yarn feeding device and the knitting unit Between the step of wrapping the core yarn with the slit yarn using a covering means, from the slit yarn feeding device to the covering means, so that the slit yarn is not twisted, wrinkled, and the front and back are not reversed. And a step of guiding.

  Preferably, the slit yarn is fold-folded, that is, inverted V-shaped by the covering means, and the core yarn is encased therein.

The knitted fabric of the present invention is a knitted fabric knitted by the apparatus or method, and has a yarn in which the core yarn is covered with the slit yarn.

  According to the method and apparatus of the present invention, the flat slit yarn developed with high functions is covered and knitted in the state of being wrapped in the core yarn, so that the characteristics of the slit yarn and the core yarn can be adjusted. A knitted fabric knitted with the exhibited yarn is obtained. In addition, since the yarn is obtained on the machine of a knitting machine without requiring a yarn production process, the production cost can be reduced. Furthermore, when the yarn is wrapped around the bobbin in the yarn making process, the slit yarn is not stable when the core yarn is wrapped with the slit yarn. However, in the manufacturing method of the present invention, the slit yarn is used as the core yarn. Since it is knitted immediately after wrapping, such a problem does not occur.

  Embodiments of the present invention will be described below with reference to the accompanying drawings.

It is a front view of the whole circular knitting machine. It is the front view which showed the supply path | route of the knitting yarn in this invention. It is an enlarged view of the yarn carrier which consists of a carrier plate which attached the coating | coated means in this invention. It is the schematic which showed the supply path | route of the knitting yarn of the knitting part in this invention. It is a perspective view of the covering means in the present invention. It is a rear view of the covering means in the present invention. It is a knitting | organization organization chart by the knitting method in this invention.

1. Outline of Circular Knitting Machine FIG. 1 is an overall view of a knitting machine. Two types of first and second yarn feeding devices 10 and 20, first and second drive pulleys 11 and 21 for driving these yarn feeding devices, A plurality of legs 30, a bed 40 supported by these legs 30, and a knitting portion 50 arranged on the bed are shown. Although the first and second yarn feeding devices 10 and 20 are driven from the first and second drive pulleys 11 and 21 via the drive belt, the drive belt is not shown for convenience.

  Although not shown, the knitting portion 50 accommodates a plurality of cylinder knitting needles in a needle groove of a cylinder that is slidable in the vertical direction. A cam holder provided with a control cam for the cylinder knitting needle is supported on the cam ring so as to face the cylinder. As will be described in detail later, the knitting yarn passes through a plurality of guide means 12, 61, 63 and guide holes 13, 62 from the first and second yarn feeders 10, 20, and the yarn carrier 60 provided with the covering means 80. To the cylinder knitting needle.

  In the double knit circular knitting machine, a needle dial hub 51 that rotates synchronously with the cylinder is provided above the cylinder. A needle dial having a needle groove in which a plurality of dial knitting needles are slidable in the horizontal direction is attached to the needle dial hub 51. A gear ring 41 for driving the cylinder is arranged in the bed 40, and a top gear 42 for driving the needle dial hub 51 is rotatably supported on a dial yoke 43 above the bed. The gear 42 is connected by a driving shaft 44 so as to rotate synchronously. The top gear 42 is covered with a top gear cover 45, and a plurality of posts 46 are erected on the top gear cover 45, and a horizontal member 48 is fixed to the upper portion by a connecting member 47. A winding unit 70 is provided below the bed 40 to wind up the knitted fabric.

2. Yarn feeder Since a yarn does not have elongation, a single yarn feeder is usually used. In this embodiment, as shown in FIG. 1, two types of yarn feeders (first and second yarn feeders) are used. The yarn feeding device 10, 20) is used. The first driving pulley 11 drives the first yarn feeder 10. The drive pulley 11 is driven with a gear box 49 driving the knitting machine as a drive source, and is driven by a first yarn feeder 10 (for example, MPF manufactured by Memminger-IRO, Germany) via a drive belt (not shown). Drive). It is the second drive pulley 21 that drives the second yarn feeder 20. The second drive pulley 21 is driven using the top gear 42 as a drive source, and drives the second yarn feeder 20 (for example, MER manufactured by Memminger-IRO, Germany) via a drive belt (not shown). To do. The two types of yarn feeders 10 and 20 are similarly fixed to the attachment rings 15 and 24 via connecting rods 14 and 23 that hang down from the horizontal member 48.

  In addition, the 1st, 2nd yarn feeders 10 and 20 to be used are not limited to said description, but can be suitably changed according to the raw material of a knitting yarn.

  Although not shown, the core yarn CY covered with the slit yarn SY is fed to the first yarn feeder 10 via a yarn bobbin such as a creel stand installed around the knitting machine.

3. Embodiment of Yarn Supply Apparatus and Method A knitting yarn supply method according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described.

  First, the slit yarn SY is “rolled and fed” by the second yarn feeder 20 from the bobbin 25 wound with cheese. (Figure 2)

  Next, the slit yarn SY fed out from the second yarn feeder 20 is wound around the attachment ring 15 so that the slit yarn SY does not overlap so that the slit yarn SY is not twisted around the yarn winding feed wheel 16 of the first yarn feeder 10. It is sent out to the attached first guide hole 13. (Figure 2)

  The first guide means 12 is attached in front of the first guide hole 13. The slit yarn SY fed out from the first yarn feeder 10 is passed through the first guide hole 13 via the first guide means 12 and turned in the downward direction where the knitting portion 50 of the knitting machine is located. (Figure 2)

  Further, the slit yarn SY is passed through the second guide hole 62 via the second guide means 61, and the direction of the yarn carrier 60 is changed downward. Further, the slit yarn SY is guided to the third guide means 63 and turned in the center direction of the yarn inlet 81 of the covering means 80. (Fig. 4)

  The slit yarn SY is passed through the yarn inlet 81 of the covering means 80 through the third guide means 63. (Fig. 4)

  Further, the core yarn CY fed from another first yarn feeder (not shown) passes along another central portion in the width direction of the slit yarn SY below the slit yarn via another yarn guide hole. It is passed through the yarn inlet 81 of the covering means 80. (Fig. 4)

  The slit yarn SY coming out from the yarn outlet 82 of the covering means 80 is folded in a mountain (reverse V shape) by the covering means 80, and the core yarn CY is wrapped therein and supplied to the needle. (Fig. 4)

  The guide means 12, 61, 63 are preferably cylindrical pins having a diameter of about 2.5 mm. The cylindrical pin may be a linear pin 63 as shown in FIG. 4, but the whole may be gently curved. When bending, taking the case of the pin 63 of FIG. 4 as an example, both ends of the pin are bent toward the covering means 80 so that the slit yarn SY passes through the back of the central portion of the curve. By doing so, there is an effect that the slit yarn SY rides on the back portion of the curved central portion and the ridges of the slit yarn extend. The installation position and the number of installation of the guide means are changed so as to correspond appropriately depending on the type of the knitting machine.

  FIG. 3 shows a yarn carrier 60 having coating means 80 in which the core yarn CY is coated on the slit yarn SY in this embodiment. A covering means 80 having a yarn inlet 81 and a yarn outlet 82 is integrally provided below the carrier plate 64. The covering means 80 and the carrier plate 64 may be integrated or separately manufactured and fixed integrally, and the fixing method may be any means such as adhesion or welding. The covering means 80 and the carrier plate 64 may be individually installed as long as their purpose is achieved.

  The right side 89 of the yarn outlet 82 is in a position where the latch of the knitting needle starts to close.

  The left inclined portion 65 of the carrier plate 64 is preferably extended to the limit so as to cover the latch opened by the overhanging portion 66 so that the latch opened by the knitting needle does not close before the knitting yarn is fed.

  As shown in FIG. 3, the core yarn CY and the slit yarn SY that have entered the yarn inlet 81 pass through the inside of the covering means 80, exit from the yarn outlet 82, and the core yarn CY is wrapped in the slit yarn SY and latched. Reaches the closing knitting point.

  5a and 5b show a covering means 80 for covering the core yarn CY with the slit yarn SY in this embodiment. The covering means 80 has a yarn inlet 81 on one side and a yarn outlet 82 on the other side. An inclined portion 84 extending from the cylindrical yarn inlet 81 to the central portion 83 having a diameter approximately half of the diameter of the yarn inlet 81 changes in a tapered shape. The portion from the central portion 83 to the yarn outlet 82 gradually changes from the cylindrical shape of the central portion 83 to the rectangular shape of the yarn outlet 82. It is preferable that the circumference 85 of the central portion 83 and the rectangular outer circumference 86 of the yarn outlet hole 82 are smoothly connected so as to be equal.

  The yarn outlet 82 is a vertically long rectangular hole. Further, it is preferable that the inner corner 87 of the yarn outlet is processed into an R shape.

  The width (T) of the yarn outlet hole 82 is preferably 0.3 to 0.7 mm, and more preferably 0.5 mm. The slit yarn SY that wraps the core yarn CY may pass through this width smoothly.

The length (L) of the yarn outlet hole 82 is preferably changed according to the width of the slit yarn SY to be used. For example, the length (L) of the yarn exit hole 82 is set to the width (W) of the slit yarn.
L = 1/2 × W + α
And α is preferably in the range of 0 to 0.6 mm. Therefore, when 5 mm is used as the width (W) of the slit yarn, the length (L) of the yarn outlet hole 82 is preferably 2.5 to 3.1 mm, and particularly preferably 2.6 mm.

  In order to make the circumference 85 of the central portion and the rectangular outer periphery 86 of the yarn outlet hole 82 equal, the diameter of the central portion 83 is preferably 2.0 mm, and the diameter of the yarn inlet 81 is approximately the diameter of the central portion 83. Twice 4.0 mm is preferable.

  By restricting to this dimension, the slit yarn folded almost in half is knitted on the knitting needle in a state folded in half without slipping. The width of the slit yarn SY used is preferably 3 to 7 mm.

4). Example of knitted fabric production Knitting was performed using the apparatus according to the present invention under the following conditions.
<Models used> V-LEC6F 19 inch Cylinder 6 gauge / Dial 24 gauge
Fukuhara Seiki Mfg. Co., Ltd. <knitting organization> Quarter gauge reversible edition <Yarn used> Cylinder head: 5mm wide slit yarn
Product name: Milife Type: TY grade (orthogonal laminated fabric)
JX Nippon Mining & Metals Anci Corporation
Core yarn Polyester 56 dtex 36 filament
Dial top: Cotton 30th
Tack part: nylon processed thread 33 dtex 10 filament

  The knitting method of the knitting structure will be described with reference to FIG. Knitting is performed with cylinder needles 52 and dial needles 53 arranged as shown. In the first yarn feeder [1], a slit yarn wrapped around the core yarn CY is supplied and knitted by the cylinder needle 52. The cotton yarn MY is supplied to the second yarn feeder [2] and the third yarn feeder [3] and is knitted by the dial needle 53. The nylon yarn NY is supplied to the fourth yarn feeder [4] and is tucked by all the cylinder needles 52 and every third dial needle 53.

  The knitting structure in which the slit yarn SY wrapping the core yarn CY can be knitted is not limited to the quarter gauge reversible knitting.

  The slit yarn SY that wraps the core yarn CY is not limited to the cylinder needle. If the dial needle or slit yarn is made of a stretched material, it can be supplied to both the cylinder needle and the dial needle. Is possible.

  As a knitting structure, double knitting can be performed with a double knit machine, such as a knitting knitting machine, a Kanoko knitting, an inlay knitting, etc. Furthermore, a knitted fabric intended for electromagnetic wave shielding can be obtained by using a metal yarn such as a copper wire as the core yarn.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 10 1st yarn feeder 11 1st drive pulley 12 1st guide means 13 1st guide hole 14 Connecting rod 15 Attachment ring 16 Feed wheel 20 2nd yarn feeder 21 Second drive pulley 23 Connecting rod 24 Attachment ring 25 Bobbin 40 Bed 41 Gear ring 42 Top gear 43 Dial yoke 44 Driving shaft 45 Top gear cover 46 Post 47 Connecting member 48 Horizontal member 49 Gear box 50 Knitting portion 51 Needle dial hub 52 Cylinder needle 53 Dial needle [1] First yarn feeder [2] ] Second yarn feeder [3] Third yarn feeder [4] Fourth yarn feeder 60 Yarn carrier 61 Second guide means 62 Second guide hole 63 Third guide means 64 Carrier plate 65 Left inclined portion 66 Overhang portion 70 Winding Portion 80 Covering means 81 Yarn inlet 82 Yarn outlet 83 Central portion 84 Inclined portion 85 The outer peripheral circumference 86 rectangular in central portion 87 the inner surface corner CY core yarn SY slit yarn

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  1. An apparatus for supplying a core yarn (CY) and slit yarn (SY) to a knitting machine,
    Coating means (80) for wrapping the core yarn (CY) with the slit yarn (SY) is provided immediately before the knitting portion (50);
    A slit yarn knitting device characterized by the above.
  2.   The covering means (80) has a cylindrical yarn inlet (81), a central portion (83) having a diameter approximately half of the diameter of the yarn inlet (81), and a rectangular yarn outlet (82). The apparatus according to claim 1, wherein a portion from the portion (83) to the yarn outlet (82) gradually changes from a cylindrical shape to a rectangular shape.
  3.   The apparatus according to claim 2, wherein the circumference (85) of the central portion (83) and the rectangular outer periphery (86) of the yarn outlet (82) are smoothly connected so as to be equal.
  4.   The apparatus according to claim 2 or 3, wherein a short side (T) of the rectangle of the yarn outlet (82) is 0.3 to 0.7 mm.
  5.   The long side (L) of the rectangle of the yarn outlet (82) is L = 1/2 × W + α (mm) (W is the width of the slit yarn, and α is 0 to 0.6 mm). The apparatus according to claim 2.
  6.   The device according to any one of claims 2 to 5, wherein an inner surface corner (87) of the yarn outlet (82) is processed into an R shape.
  7. Leg (30), bed (40) supported by leg (30), knitting part (50) disposed on bed (40), and yarn feeding device for supplying knitting yarn to knitting part (50) A circular knitting machine including a winding unit (70) for winding the knitted fabric knitted by the knitting unit (50),
    The yarn feeding device includes a core yarn feeding device that supplies core yarn (CY) and a slit yarn feeding device (10, 20) that supplies slit yarn (SY).
    Cover means (80) for wrapping the core yarn (CY) with the slit yarn (SY) is provided between the slit yarn feeding device (20) and the knitting portion (50), and the slit yarn Guide means (12, 61, 63) are provided from the yarn feeding device (20) to the covering means (80) to guide the slit yarn (SY) so that the slit yarn (SY) does not twist, become wrinkled, and does not turn over. That
    A slit yarn knitting device characterized by the above.
  8.   The slit yarn feeding device comprises at least two types of a first yarn feeding device (10) on the side closer to the knitting part (50) and a second yarn feeding device (20) on the far side, and the covering means (80). Is provided between the first yarn feeder (10) and the knitting part (50).
  9.   The guide means includes a first guide (12) provided in the vicinity of the first yarn feeder (10), a third guide means (63) provided immediately before the covering means (80), and the first 9. The device according to claim 7, comprising at least three second guide means (61) provided between the guide (12) and the third guide means (63).
  10.   The apparatus according to any one of claims 7 to 9, wherein the guide means is a cylindrical pin.
  11. A leg (30), a bed (40) supported by the leg (30), a knitting portion (50) disposed on the bed (40), a core yarn supplying device for supplying core yarn to the knitting portion, A circular knitting machine comprising at least one slit yarn feeding device (10, 20) for supplying slit yarn (SY) and a winding unit (70) for winding the knitted fabric knitted by the knitting unit (50). A method to use,
    A step of wrapping the core yarn (CY) with the slit yarn (SY) using a covering means (80) between the slit yarn feeding device (20) and the knitting portion (50);
    A step of guiding the slit yarn (SY) from the slit yarn feeding device (20) to the covering means (80) so that the slit yarn (SY) is not twisted, wrinkled, and the front and back are not reversed;
    A method of knitting slit yarns, comprising:
  12.   The method according to claim 11, wherein the slit yarn (SY) is fold-folded, that is, inverted V-shaped by the covering means (80), and the core yarn (CY) is encased therein.
  13.   A knitted fabric knitted by the method of claim 11 or 12, comprising a yarn in which the core yarn (CY) is covered with the slit yarn (SY).
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