According to different process characteristics, knittin […]
According to different process characteristics, knitting production is divided into two categories: weft knitting and warp knitting. In the production of weft knitting, the yarn can be directly produced on the machine after the raw material is passed through the winding. Each of the yarns is sequentially placed in the weft direction on each of the knitting needles of the weft knitting machine to form a weft knitted fabric. In the warp knitting production, the raw materials are subjected to winding and warping, and the yarns are arranged in parallel to be wound into a warp beam, and then produced on the machine. The yarn is retracted from the warp beam, and each of the yarns is placed on one or at most two knitting needles of the warp knitting machine in the longitudinal direction to form a warp knit.
There are also methods for combining weft knitting and warp knitting on some knitting machines. At this time, two sets of yarns are arranged on the knitting machine, one set is padded according to the warp knitting method, and the other set is laid by the weft knitting method, and the knitting needles form the stitches together to form a knitted fabric. The stitches formed by the same yarn are arranged along the weft direction in the weft knitted fabric, and in the warp knitted fabric along the warp direction. In 2010, China's macro economy continued to pick up. As domestic employment conditions stabilized, market confidence improved, residents' living standards continued to rise, and market demand for clothing-based consumer goods will maintain steady growth. At the same time, the national expansion of domestic demand plans continue to advance, in order to further improve people's livelihood, the state's investment in the construction of rural areas, affordable housing, and promotion of automobile consumption will continue to increase, which provides a broader range of home textiles and industrial textiles. Market space.
The knitting industry is an important part of the textile industry. In 2008, China's knitwear accounted for more than 50% of the total clothing, and the proportion of 65% of the developed countries is getting closer. From January to December 2010, the knitting industry produced a total of 16.417 billion knitwear, an increase of 18.38% year-on-year. The growth rate was 9.99 percentage points higher than the full-year level of the highest was 51.14%, and the lowest was 8.63%. The size is larger, with a year-on-year increase of 23.34% in 2010. With the increase in the income of urban and rural residents, consumers' demand for clothing and clothing tastes increased, and in the context of the country's expansion of domestic demand to encourage consumption, the acceleration of population urbanization and technology-driven will bring opportunities for the development of the knitting industry, so that domestic sales for knitting。
The pulling effect of industry growth will become more and more important. In addition, the further development of the ASEAN market and the cultivation of new international markets will promote the development of the knitting industry in 2011. Due to the large dependence on the labor force in the knitting industry, China's low wage costs have obvious advantages. Coupled with China's huge market share and mature technology support, the global knitting industry will be concentrated in China in the future, with overseas With the continuous introduction of advanced technology, the knitting industry is accelerating the industrial upgrading and forming a regional knitting base. Overall, the development prospects of the knitting industry are good.
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