How to distinguish the front and back of the special webbing?

Update:25-10-2021
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In most cases, the front and back of the webbing can be […]

In most cases, the front and back of the webbing can be distinguished by texture, color contrast, pattern clarity, etc. However, some webbings are special and people can’t identify quickly. Let’s take a look at HU ZHOU XINXI WUXING SILK CO., LTD. summarizes 8 tips for distinguishing everyone!

 

 

1. Most of the webbing with patterns tends to have a clearer and more beautiful pattern on the front side than on the back side. Of course, there are also cases of double-sided webbing, such as double-sided threaded belts. The front and back sides of such webbing use the same weave, so the appearance is the same.
2. When distinguishing fabrics with striped appearance and color-matching fabrics, the clear pattern and bright color are the front side, which is also suitable for distinguishing jacquard webbing.
3. In the distinction of uneven fabrics, the tight and delicate side is the front side, the front side usually has strips or pattern relief, while the back side is relatively rough with longer floating lines.
4. In distinguishing raised fabrics, for single-sided raised fabrics, the raised side is the front side of the fabric; while double-sided raised fabrics have a smooth and neat side as the front side.
5. It can also be judged by observing the cloth edge of the webbing. Usually, the smooth and neat side of the cloth edge is the front side of the fabric.
6. For double-layer, multi-layer and multi-woven belts, when the warp and weft densities of the front and back sides are different, the side with greater density or better raw materials is usually used as the front side.
7. When distinguishing leno fabrics, take the side with clear lines and prominent twisted warps as the front side.
8. The front and back sides of the towel webbing are distinguished from the side with higher loop density as the front side.
Regarding the distinction between front and back, there is usually no front and back for plain weave. Unless it has been sanded, the front is the front with a strong sense of hair, and the front is the front with a strong sense of hairiness. If it is 3/1 and 2/1, you can By distinguishing which side of the diagonal line is clearer, it is the front side. And 2/2 twill usually has no front and back sides, except for those that have been sanded or sheared. In this case, the side with a strong sense of hair is the front side!

Through the above 8 tips, it is not difficult to find that the front of the webbing usually has clear texture, gorgeous color, obvious pattern lines, and has the characteristics of distinct layers and bright colors.

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