How to distinguish the quality of woven labels
Clothing manufacturers often contact with woven labels. As time goes by and they become more experienced, they will feel the quality of woven labels. This way of looking at the quality of woven labels is wrong. How to think the quality of the woven label is correct?
First, check whether there is a mistake in the pattern and text of the woven label and whether the size of the pattern and text is correct.At first glance, please check whether there are any mistakes or omissions in the pattern and text content of woven labels. Of course, these low-level mistakes are usually detected in the initial version. When delivering bulk goods to customers, such low-level mistakes will not occur. Then, the next step is to see whether the patterns and words woven out of woven labels are fine. The effect of each picture and text is exactly the same as the original one or the original one, which indicates that the knitting mark is quite successful because it can meet the customer’s demand from the above picture and text. It is very important to meet the customer’s demand from the picture and text. If the picture and text cannot achieve the effect that the customer wants, the woven label is unqualified. For the customer, it is a defective product, which no customer can accept.
Second, look at the color of woven labels. Usually, all the colors are pantone colors. The color contrast here is all the pantone color number of the original color or the design draft, which is not specified and can only be judged by the senses.
Third, look at the density of woven labels. The density of woven labels refers to the density of weft. The higher the density, the higher the quality of woven labels. Weft density refers to the number of yarns in the fabric mark within the range of 1CM. If the yarn is finer, the woven label pointed out will be finer, fine woven label, the brand is quite high, belongs to high-grade woven label. Yarn is usually expressed in terms of D, 100D is thicker, 75D is finer, 50D is finer, and 30D is the finest yarn.
Fourth, look at the post-processing of woven labels. The post-process of knitting labels usually includes cutting, cutting, folding, double folding, clamping, oversizing, and trimming.
These post-processing procedures determine whether the woven label post-processing link is qualified or not. The customer specifies which post-process to choose and whether to meet the post-process treatment requirements. For example, do not cut your hand if you are eager to reach the front of the woven mark. Overcut can not be scattered edge. The scissors must be neatly folded on both sides and must not be askew. The fold must be symmetrical, not long or short. Ring mold must be cut in accordance with the design, can not be cut to the design. In the over-sizing process, some customers stipulate that the woven label should not be too hard after the over-sizing, so the over-sizing staff must put less pulp and more water to make the pulp water thinner. The lock edge is not allowed to lock the lock edge to the pattern.