Classification and quality inspection of woven material

- Jun 20, 2019-

The woven material is a looms in the form of picking, which is composed of yarns passing through the warp and weft directions. The structure generally has three types of plain, twill and satin and their varying tissues. The components are classified into cotton fabrics, silk fabrics, wool fabrics, hemp fabrics, chemical fiber fabrics, and their blended and interwoven fabrics. The use of woven fabrics in garments is leading both in variety and in production. status.


The quality of good fabrics is an important part of controlling the quality of finished products. Through the inspection and measurement of the incoming fabric, the authenticity rate of the garment can be effectively improved. The inspection of woven materials includes two aspects: appearance quality and intrinsic quality. Appearance mainly tests whether the fabric is damaged, smudged, weaving defects, color difference and so on. Sand-washed fabrics should also pay attention to the existence of sand washing, dead pleats, cracks and other sand washing points. Defects that affect the appearance are marked with a mark during inspection and are avoided during trimming.


The intrinsic quality of woven materials mainly includes shrinkage, color fastness and gram weight. When conducting inspection sampling, samples with different varieties and different colors produced by different manufacturers should be cut for testing to ensure the accuracy of the data. At the same time, the auxiliary materials entering the factory should also be inspected, such as the shrinkage rate of the elastic band, the adhesion fastness of the adhesive lining, the smoothness of the zipper, etc., and the auxiliary materials that cannot meet the requirements are not put into use.