The plain weave of the polyester interwoven fabric is changed on the basis of the plain weave. The twill-changing structure is a mountain-shaped twill (including a mountain-shaped twill and a latitude-shaped twill) by changing the direction of the twill pattern in a short distance. It is organized on the basis of gas twill weave, the herringbone in cotton fabrics, etc., the coats and women's styles in woolen fabrics often use mountain-shaped twill.
In addition to the above three types, the twill weave of the polyester interwoven fabric has common structures such as broken twill weave, acute twill weave, slow twill weave, zigzag twill weave, rhomboid twill weave, curve twill weave, and reed twill weave.
The satin-like change structure of the polyester interwoven fabric, the satin-like change structure is based on the satin weave structure in the original tissue, and is formed by increasing the warp (or weft) tissue point, changing the flying point of the tissue point or extending the tissue point. Among them, the reinforcing satin is formed by adding single or multiple warp (or weft) tissue points around a single warp (or weft) tissue point of the original tissue satin weave. On the basis of the ordinary satin structure, the satin pattern is formed by changing the number of flying points of the tissue. Satin changes are often used when weaving certain fabrics such as scraped fabrics, satin-back gabardines, and the like.