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How Does The Garment Have A Textile Interlining

How does the garment have a textile interlining? The effect of different fabric materials on the temperature of the bonding surface is as follows: There are several overlapping methods and characteristics of fabrics and woven fabrics. The standard stacking method: the fabric is facing upside down, and the lining fabric is bonded down. The standard superimposed adhesive has good effect, but the effect is low and the fabric is easy to be stained.

Coats require proper elasticity, shirt collars need to choose a certain degree of stiffness resin collar lining, mainly to have a certain degree of toughness, can be seen from the figure, the minimum stiffness is 5.4cm at a temperature of 135 °C with temperature Increased stiffness increases accordingly.

How does the garment have a textile interlining


Adhesion Time The adhesion of the interlining to the fabric is affected by time on a large scale because the flow of the hot-melt adhesive into the fabric is a function of the peel strength and the bonding time for a certain period of time. The adhesion of the two layers of fabric is caused by the short time between the two layers caused by the hot melt adhesive. The hot melt adhesive lacks melting and cannot wet the fabric well, so the peel strength is low, but the pressing time is too long. Causes a large amount of melted material to soak into the fabric, and the length of pressing time depends on the density and thickness of the fabric.

The pressure and pressure of the bonded pressure and the pressure during the bonding are mainly to eliminate the gap between the two layers of fabric, so that the hot melt adhesive is pressed into the fabric by external force, and the pressure of the plate type press is increased. The pressure is in the form of a flat pressure, which causes the hot melt to start pressing from the glassy state (solid state) until it reaches a viscous flow state. Heating and pressurization are synchronized in time because the pressurization time is longer, so the adhesive fastness is higher than that of the belt press but easy to penetrate;

Rolling presses are in the form of linear pressurization. This pressurization is performed by first heating the fabric and the hot melt glue simultaneously through the oven. Because the two layers of unbonded fabrics do not adhere tightly during heating, the interlining hot melt adhesive does not adhere well to the fabric, so the belt-type presses (except for pre-press preheating) It is not as firm and high as plate press bonding, and it is more effective for difficult-to-stick fabrics.