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  • Tongda has different types of quilting machines for you to choose from, let's take a look at them together, as well as their features and advantages.


  • Tongda FX526 Flax Wet Spinning Frame is the most advanced flax wet spinning frame that integrates intelligence, excellent drafting system, and stable yarn quality.


  • The cotton waste recycling machine is used to process waste materials from plastics and blending fibers.


  • This was a brief introduction to the Spinning of cotton from fibre to yarn. For more information about the cotton fibre, yarn and its processing stay tuned with TONGDA.


  • Air jet loom are high-tech textile machines that have revolutionized the textile industry. Air jet textile machine are known for their high speed and efficiency in producing high-quality fabrics.


  • Circular knitting yarn for mainly by institutions, weaving agencies, pulling up mechanism, transmission, lubrication cleaning mechanism, electrical control mechanism, frame parts and other auxiliary means.


  • This article introduces several common problems when printing knitted fabrics and also offers some solutions.


  • An air jet loom is described as a shuttle-less loom. It is a type of air jet weaving machine in which a jet of air is typically used by an air jet loom to propel the filling yarn through the weaving shed. Medium-weight yarns, followed by extremely light and very heavy yarn, can all be used with it. A warping loom without a shuttle is known as an air jet loom.


  • A rapier loom is a shuttleless weaving loom in which threads are interlaced utilizing small metal hooks. Rapier loom machines are generally faster and more versatile than shuttle looms. It is also more expensive. Rapier looms produce large quantities of fabric, such as in the textile industry. The high-speed rapier loom machine is capable of weaving fabrics with various textures and patterns. It is a versatile machine suitable for weaving light to medium fabrics such as cotton, wool, silk, polyester, and rayon.


  • Nonwoven fabrics are the fabrics that are produced directly with the use of fibers. Unlike woven fabrics, this fiber does not require to be converted into a yard to produce the final product. On the contrary, to produce them, small fibers are laid in the form of sheets and converted into fabric by bonding the fibers together. The bonding can be done chemically, mechanically, or with the help of heat or solvent treatment. There are several methods of producing nonwovens. Out of all the ways, spunbond is one such significant way of manufacturing unwoven materials.


  • Open-end spinning is a technology for creating yarn without using a spindle. It is also known as break spinning or rotor spinning. The principle behind open-end spinning is similar to that of a clothes dryer spinning full of sheets. If you could open the door and pull out a sheet, it would spin together as you pulled it out. Sliver from the card goes into the rotor, is spun into yarn and comes out, wrapped up on a bobbin, all ready to go to the next step. There is no roving stage or re-packaging on an auto-coner. This system is much less labour-intensive and faster than ring spinning with rotor speeds up to 140,000 rpm. The Rotor design is the key to the operation of the open-ended spinners. Each type of fibre may require a different rotor design for optimal product quality and processing speed.


  • The rapier loom machine was invented in 1844 and saw continuous development throughout the years until 1925. However, during the 1950s and 1960s the machine was completely developed and commercialised the way we know it now. In this short blog, learn a lot about what is the rapier loom machine and what are its features.