Today, I want to explain the design of Jacquard Raschel.
Typically, designers receive samples and analyze them to work on.
Or, we receive the design image we want from the company and work closely with that image.
I will use the following fabric as an example.
First, when you receive the fabric, you will receive a scan of the specifications and route (after analyzing the machine type).
In the above design, strip 28E is woven in 4 pieces (RSJ 4/1).
After scanning the fabric image, I will explain how to use the program I am using.
As FAR as I know, Jacquard Lassell above needs an organizational transformation program.
1) If you find out the density of Wells and courses
2) Keep the principle of sample fabric fit.
3) Specify the actual size and number of pixels for the actual design.
In the above information, if you enter the actual size of the principle fit (scan) and the actual size to be woven,
Pixel size fluctuations.
I downloaded a JPG, which is a photo, and processed it, so it might get the wrong size. (Transverse or longitudinal density unknown)
If the product does need to be woven, the dimensions must be accurate.
That's how I drew it.
Analyze the organization create and enter the organization.
Jacquard Lassel designers know the basic structure of organizations, so it's not hard work,
The process of analyzing and creating a sample of a new fabric is not easy if you do not understand the fundamentals.
The design above is a very simple design.
It basically consists of 3N technology.
Enter organization in a design created this way (the EAT program has a feature called Auto Job, which automatically transforms it).
Structure on the left, machine files on the right.
This mechanical file determines the movement of the jacquard rod.
I use the simulation function to check before knitting.
When I examined it, I found something unbeautiful about weaving with fabric.
Drop needle. Or, if the hole location isn't pretty or annoying, compare the design to the simulation.
You can make corrections.
After the correction is completed, save it as a machine file and weave it on the machine.
If you showed jacquard and ground comb separately, it would look something like this.
The design packaging used above is
JB 1 1-0/1-2//
JB 2 1-0/1-2//
GB3 1-0/ 0-1//
Jacquard Rassel has this design workflow. http://www.sz-cotex.com