3D-Weaving Process

Once the multiple layer warps are displaced in a given direction by the dual-directional shedding system, corresponding multiple column-wise or row-wise sheds are formed.

Subsequent insertion of multiple wefts in the corresponding sheds of the two directions results in the complete interlacing of the multiple layer warp (Z) with the two mutually perpendicular sets of wefts (X and Y).

Accordingly, the warps can be supplied directly in the desired cross-sectional profile to be produced and interlaced with relevant horizontal and vertical sets of wefts.

The 3D-weaving process is flexible in that the same equipment can be employed to produce directly countless profiles. Further, such profiled materials can be produced in solid, tubular and shell types.

 

 

 

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