The clothing production is to cut and splice fabrics, and the traditional method is to use seam technology. Today, we know that many garments are produced by using a sewing-free process; that is, the garment fabrics are spliced by the bonding of hot melt adhesive films.
In addition to the splicing of clothing fabrics, there is also a relatively common application of hot melt adhesive film on clothing, which is the compounding of clothing fabric linings. For example, when making a suit such as a suit, the fabric needs to have a crisp effect, and at this time, it is necessary to use a clothing lining to achieve this effect. In order to achieve a crisp effect, a layer of interlining is usually compounded with the fabric using a hot-melt adhesive.
The above two blocks occupy most of the amount of hot melt adhesive used in the clothing field. Of course, there are some other applications, such as the hemming of seamless socks and the production of waterproof zippers, which all involve hot melt adhesives.
So, does the clothing field use more hot-melt adhesive film or hot-melt adhesive mesh film?
For the splicing between fabrics, the hot melt adhesive film is used because the hot melt adhesive film has a higher uniformity of sizing, and the amount of glue is guaranteed, and the effect of generally used for bonding will be better. For the lamination between fabrics, hot melt adhesive mesh is usually used. Because the area involved is relatively large, the dosage is relatively large. In addition, when there are certain requirements for air permeability and softness to the hand, hot melt adhesive mesh is often the first choice.
Now, do you have a certain understanding of the use of hot-melt adhesive film or hot-melt adhesive mesh film in the clothing field?
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