What is Elastic?

What is Elastic?

What is Elastic?

It is a product obtained by different fibers such as , polyester, polypropylene, , and polyamide with natural rubber. It is produced with different techniques to meet the needs. The main ones of these techniques are; the technique, , and technique.

Types Elastic

Woven Elastic

Woven is obtained by mixing fiber and rubber in weaving machines with the . This technique is one of the narrow- fabric types that can be from wide to 400 mm wide. It is the strongest and most tire type due to its vertical and horizontal protrusions… Also known as .

Woven elastic is more durable than elastic and braid elastic and does not roll. The narrow is easily restored after any stretching or pulling. There is no deformation on the elastic, it does not lose its memory, and it returns to its original state after being stretched and released.

There are many different woven elastic products in terms of pattern, weight, and . The main ones are; textile elastic, , folded elastic, , elastic, shoelace and shoelace elastic.

Types Elastic

Knitted Elastic

Knitted Elastic is obtained by fiber and rubber in machines. It is a type of fabric knitted from to 100mm. It is a soft rubber that does not shrink again when stretched, as less latex and are used compared to woven and . Due to its softness, can be sewn directly to the fabric in contact with the skin. It is also used in light and medium-weight fabrics where less rigid elasticity is needed. The main types of are elastic, pound elastic, knitted elastic, reinforced knitted elastic and buttoned elastic.

Types Elastic

Braided Elastic

Braided elastic is obtained by braid the product of yarns such as rubber, polyester, polypropylene, and cotton. Braiding elastic is produced by the braid technique. It has longitudinal parallel projections. All elastics, whether made of , , or , perform the same function; shrink when stretched, but always return to their normal size thanks to their excellent retention. In short, we can call it a tire that does not lose its memory.

Braided rubber is often used for applications requiring higher material at narrow widths. It also rolls more easily than woven or knit elastics and may tend to lose tension if sewn. For this reason, it is generally recommended to use for sleeves, not for directly onto fabric. However, with some sleeves (such as waistbands), braided rubber is not the best choice due to its tendency to roll. Better results are achieved on sleeves, collars or other areas where rolling is not a big issue. These are our Braided elastic; flat elastic , , baby elastic and knitted belt elastic.

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