This method can produce very thick products for various applications This may

This method can produce very thick products for

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This method can produce very thick products for various applications. This may be a cheap method to produce matt, carpets, cushion and padding, insulation, blanket materials.
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Non-woven - Needles Barbed needles
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Non-woven - Bonding Non-woven Web Needle Punching Part
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Non-woven - Needling
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Punching process
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Needle Punched Fabrics Punched places
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Spun-lacing Spun-lacing process is similar to needle punching in principle. It does not use needles, but water jet to get fibers entangled with each other and provides strength to the fabric. Spun-lacing method needs very high quality water, but can produce thin fabrics with excellent soft hand feeling and high quality and clean medical textiles such as wipes, and sponges, interlinings, coated fabric substrates. It is also a very good method to produce man-made suede Compared with needle punching, spun-lacing is more difficult to produce very thick products. It can produce a variety of fabrics for apparel applications too.
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Fabrics Made by Using Spun Laced method
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Stitch bonding In making stitch bonded non-woven fabrics, a web made of filament or staple fibers can be stitched together by using equipment similar to warp knitting machines. Fabrics made of staple fibers are called Maliwatt, those of filament fibers are called Malimore. Maliwatt and Malimore are trade
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