The sofa is a household item we use every day. We still maintain a cautious attitude towards the choice of sofa fabrics, hoping to find suitable fabrics. There are many fabrics for sofas. What do you know about the means of making fabrics? It is because of this craftsmanship that we can see various styles of sofas, such as burnout velvet fabric, gilding fabric, and pressing glue fabric, let's take a look at the characteristics of this craftsmanship.
Burnout is a process that uses two kinds of fibers with different acid resistance. After the printing and dyeing process, the burnt-out treatment is processed in an acid solution, so that the part of the fiber that is not acid-resistant is dissolved and rotten, and then, it comes to the burnt-out fabric. The main feature of the fabric is that it has a transparent, concave-convex pattern, a novel pattern, and a clear outline. According to the difference in the fabrics we used, our products are divided into super soft burnout fabric, imitation super burnout fabric, Dutch velvet burnout fabric, and so on. The height is usually 0.5 mm or 1 mm, and the weight is usually around 200 grams per square meter, which can be adjusted according to the needs of users. Similarly, the width is also customized according to requirements, ranging from 140cm to 300cm.
Embossing is a process in which a pair of rollers engraved with a certain depth pattern presses the fabric at a certain temperature so that the fabric has a three-dimensional effect similar to relief and a special glossy effect of concave and convex patterns. All kinds of fabrics can be used for the embossing process, generally, the weight per square meter is 200-300 grams, and the width is 140cm-300cm.
Embossing characteristics: the embossed surface is soft to the touch and the surface is bright, and the surface three-dimensional effect such as convex and concave can be produced by molding,
Steel stamping is specially designed for leather, polar fleece, knitted sweaters, bath towels, foot pads, and other products. It has an excellent concave and convex effect.
Epoxy has the characteristics of strong visual three-dimensional sense, good hand feeling, various colors, environmentally friendly materials, and is full of three-dimensional effects.
The printing process is the process of printing patterns on textiles with dyes or pigments. Printing can be divided into fabric printing, top printing, and yarn printing, but mainly fabric printing. Top printing is used to make mixed-color tweed; yarn printing is used to weave special styles of colorful patterned fabrics. Fabric printing has a long history. Direct printing is to directly print dyes or pigments on white or light-colored fabrics and then steam to obtain patterns. The process is short and the most widely used. Anti-dye printing is a substance that is first printed on the fabric to prevent the dye from being dyed or developed and then dyed or developed to obtain a pattern on the dyed fabric. Discharge printing is a printing process that prints on dyed fabrics to eliminate dyed dyes and obtain patterns on dyed fabrics.