Knitting innovations continue to add value for textile manufacturers during a difficult time.
TW Special Report
Courses, wales, loops, gauge, warp, weft, raschel, jersey, interlock … just some of the terms familiar to people working in the knitting industry. Knitting technology comes in a variety of types and sizes and may be used to make all sorts of products from small vascular heart grafts (see “Prototype Graft Designed To Replace Damaged Heart Vessels Shows Promise In Cell Study”, TW, January/February 2021), to shoe uppers and apparel fabrics all the way to large-scale bedding components and anything in between that requires comfort, stretch and seamless shaping, among other attributes.
Since ITMA 2019 — ITMA typically paving the way…