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Medium length fabric types 2020.09.15

1. According to the organization of the fabric
According to the different weaves of the fabric, it can be divided into plain weave, gabardine, hidden strip, paris, vanity, serge, markco, overcoat, what is it, board, tweed and flannel.
2. According to the type of chemical fiber
According to the type of chemical fiber, it can be divided into polyester/viscose medium-length; polyester/acrylic medium-length; polyester/linen medium-length; polyester/viscose/polyacrylonitrile fiber three-in-one medium-length fabric, etc., of which polyester-viscose blended chemical fiber fabric accounts for Large proportion.
3. According to the fabric production process
According to the fabric production process, it can be divided into white weaving, yarn-dyed and yarn-dyed medium-length fabrics.
4. According to the shape of fiber section
According to the shape of the fiber section, it can be divided into medium-length general fiber fabrics and small-length special-shaped fiber fabrics.
In addition, there are self-twisted mid-length fabrics, nylon mid-length fabrics, and mid-length fabrics partially using high shrinkage polyester. Among them, the yarn-dyed medium-length fabric is a dope-colored fiber fabric, which is similar to wool fabrics in terms of perfect harmony and vividness; the self-twisted medium-length fabric is a medium-length fabric that adopts self-twisted yarn. The product is loose, soft, thick, and It has strong wool feeling and bright color, but its strength and abrasion resistance are poor. Also, it is not suitable for white woven piece dyeing due to the uneven distribution of twist in short segments of self-twisted yarn. The stannum medium-length fabric is a polyester-viscose blended chemical fiber fabric fabric, but the viscose fiber is modified by grafting. The fabric is loose, soft, elastic, strong in wool, and bright in color, which is comparable to all-wool products; Although the wrinkle resistance and pleated retention of nitrile fabric are better than polyester/viscose fabrics, they are both poorly hygroscopic fibers, so they have poor wearability, dust absorption, and coloration. Moreover, when wearing, the collars, cuffs and other folds are easy to break and fluff. Therefore, the current medium and long fiber fabrics are still mainly polyester and viscose blended chemical fiber fabrics.
 
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