By Kyosev, Y
Braided materials are made via interlacing yarns or strips of material. Braiding produces a variety of buildings for technical cloth functions from scientific sutures to cables for anchoring ships. Written by means of one of many world's prime specialists within the box, the booklet studies the elemental rules, layout and methods utilized in braiding. The booklet additionally discusses specialized braiding thoughts corresponding to spiral braiding and lace expertise. offers a pretty good origin within the basics of braiding layout, strategies and equipment Covers the patterning of braided items and the structural and c. Read more...
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A statement often seen in the literature suggests that all 3D braids produced on different row-and-column or rotary braiders have similar yarn architectures, because the differences are only due to the speciﬁc yarn carrier movement pattern on the bedplate. Recent developments in 3D rotary braiding technology, which will be analyzed later in the chapter, show that the yarn intertwining patterns and fabric cross-sectional shapes can be varied broadly, and they not only result in very different yarn architectures at mesoscale, but also in signiﬁcantly different properties of the composites reinforced with different 3D braided preforms.
Many years ago, Ko et al. ” Even today, identifying a suitable braiding machine and ﬁnding respective braiding specialists capable of designing and manufacturing some speciﬁc composite product, is not an easy task for someone interested in industrial application of a braided fabric. Besides, a lack of comprehensive modern texts on braiding usually forces an engineer or designer who needs to get familiar with some speciﬁc methods of braiding, to consult with original patents to get a profound understanding of the respective braiding processes, machines, and resulting fabric products.
Although a great wealth of technical knowledge had been accumulated in the ﬁeld of industrial braiding through the 20th century, the only comprehensive text available until recently was Douglass (1964). This can possibly be explained by two main factors. Firstly, there is a very broad diversity of braiding methods and machines known in the literature, and especially in the patent literature. Secondly, braiding is a very complex ﬁeld of engineering. Actually, only a few braiding methods have now reached the level of “standard” commercially available machinery and automation.
Braiding technology for textiles by Kyosev, Y