Laminated fabric is a combination of two or more layers […]
Laminated fabric is a combination of two or more layers of lamination fabric combined with certain other materials to achieve specific performance characteristics. The final composite material has significant advantages and can realize various applications beyond the capabilities of a single structural solution. Laminated fabrics are generally more durable, more versatile, stronger, water-resistant and easy to customize for specific needs and environments, making full use of both fabrics.
Laminating two different fabrics together will create a composite fabric that has the advantages of both. A common solution is to laminate a strong fabric with a more decorative or printed fabric to produce a finished product with significantly higher tensile strength. The new laminated fabric has the beauty function of a decorative fabric, while adding structure and strength to the finished product. This type of application is often used for products such as handbags and suitcases. Improved downstream processing.
Since fabrics are easily deformed during processing, stretch fabrics may be difficult to process. Laminating a layer of paper or other stabilizers on the fabric will eliminate distortion. In this way, the fabric can be die-cut, laser-cut or Gerber-cut into complex and precise shapes and sizes. When incorporated into components such as sewn appliques for promotional products, the cover film can also prevent fabric deformation. Avoid large differences in fabric tension.
The large tension difference between the two laminated fabrics may cause the final composite to curl. The final product will be difficult to use downstream. Be careful when laminating light-colored fabrics to dark-colored fabrics. Light-colored fabrics will require higher weight when laminated to dark-colored fabrics. The opacity of lighter fabrics must be increased, otherwise dark fabrics will cause lighter fabrics to "discolor". This granular effect will result in a change in the expected color of the final product.