What is quilting embroidery? The function of the embroidery machine
Quilted embroidery is the use of long needles to sew laminated fabric, with the inner part of cotton (soft cotton, spray bonded cotton, silk like cotton, sponge, needle punched, and the entire cotton polyester fiber fixed).
Quilted embroidery is the use of long needles to sew laminated fabric, with the inner part of cotton (soft cotton, spray bonded cotton, silk like cotton, sponge, needle punched, and the entire cotton polyester fiber fixed). For example, bedding is usually composed of the fabric of the tire and the outer part of the fabric, with the tire separated by flocs and fibers. The structure and shape of the loose fiber layered core are not fixed, easy to flow and shrink, and the thickness is uneven. In order to tightly fix the inner core and inner core of the bedding fabric together, a beautiful and practical process called quilting is added to the uniform thickness of the fabric, the outer fabric, and the inner core of the line or pattern pattern (including stitching lines), and the sewn bedding or seat cushion is called a cotton quilt.
The role, application fields, and characteristics of embroidery technology:
With the development of science and technology and the improvement of people's living standards, the usage and scope of quilting products have undergone significant changes. Quilted products used to mainly refer to ordinary bedding such as quilts and mattresses, but have now expanded to products such as Simmons, sofa fabrics, handbags, bags, shoes, clothing, etc. From product development to practical gifts, from clothing and home furnishings. Quilting, with its rich variations, enhances the practicality and aesthetics of its products, creating a comfortable living space for people.
Characteristics of Quilting Embroidery
1. Different from ordinary multi needle stitching: no jumpers, no broken wires (wire breakage alarm, automatic patch), high precision, capable of processing various special processes and composite flowers.
2. Different from ordinary computer embroidery: no glue, no manual frame, high precision, strong three-dimensional sense, door can reach 3.3 meters.
The development process of the process:
Quilting embroidery is a traditional folk handicraft with a history of over 500 years. It began in the 1970s and matured in the 1990s. With the development of quilting machinery, quilting technology gradually shifted from manual quilting to modern computer-controlled quilting. This product also ranges from a single quilting to various home fabrics. The main products include quilted bed products, children's bed covers, crib series, sofa cushions, car seat cushions, floor mats series, tablecloths, door curtains, storage series, women's luggage series, kitchen series, bathroom series, Christmas series, etc.
Quilted embroidery usually uses degreased cotton as the raw material, and the fabric is made of pure cotton. The quilt and the core of the quilt are inseparable. Due to the cumbersome processing of quilts, the conventional quilting process for finished products goes through multiple processing steps. Introduction: The manufacturer has started preliminary design, material selection, and quilting, and is currently positioning when designing sewing machines or hand stitching, followed by corresponding production and quilting. When the product is basically formed, the manufacturer will send it to the washing department responsible for post-processing procedures, which of course have a significant impact on the quality of the product. After washing, it is well quilted and won't play balls. After use, cleaning is more convenient and the service life is greatly improved. When it comes to life, those who have a certain understanding of quilting will know that after washing a few times, they will give up quilting. 80-100 times lower, over 180-200 times higher. These numbers may be involved. The quilt will be discarded. In fact, you don't have to worry about it. The reason is simple. Firstly, we cannot use quilting all year round, even if it doesn't matter. It is impossible to wash the quilt as often as clothes. We wash 5 times a year, at least 80 times each time. You have to wash it for 16 years before it's scrapped. In addition, good quilting with this frequency of washing for 30 years is not relevant. So there's no need to worry. The quilted product is pure cotton fabric, and due to its inherent characteristics, there may be some fading phenomenon during the washing process. Due to the fact that cotton is a natural fiber, unlike synthetic fibers such as polyester, its color fastness is slightly lower. Almost all quilted products made of cotton have old effects.
Including processed fabrics: polyester silk, satin, taffeta, Oxford fabric, yarn-dyed fabric, five satin, jacquard fabric, nylon taffeta, cotton fabric, leather, PU, PVC