The loop density of the computerized flat knitting mach […]
The loop density of the computerized flat knitting machine is related to the density of the woven items. The knitting system of each computerized flat knitting machine accessory has a motor that adjusts the density of the loop. The coil density can be individually adjusted by the following areas.
(1) For different areas on the fabric that bear a specific load, such as the narrowing edge or the pattern theme, the bending depth of the narrowing edge should be larger, and the NP should be about 13, because the needle bed will move when narrowing. If the NP is too small, it will cause the yarn to break and cause rotten edges; when weaving the pattern theme, the NP should be about 12.5. When the pattern theme is a jacquard weave, the yarns will replace each other. If the NP is too small, loops or flying yarns will occur. .
(2) The bending depth of a single loop triangle can be adjusted. When the three systems need to knit the complexity of the organization is not the same, for example, when a system needs to move the needle NP should be about 10.5, a system twisted rope NP should be about 12.5 (because the needle bed is traversed during knitting), one system weaves The NP should be about 11 when weft flat needle.
(3) Multiple cam systems can be virtualized simultaneously for knitting or transfer.
In the full-shaped knitting process, there is no need to use idling to coordinate the transfer and adjust the position of the yarn guide. The virtual machine head can transfer and knit one or two knitting needles, and various patterns, pockets, plackets, and buttonholes can be knitted at the same time.