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Weaving method to put laser-processed diagram sheets onto band without spoiling the diagram










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #6179010.

A weaving method to put laser sheet onto weaving band without spoiling the diagrams printed on the laser sheet is disclosed. In the first step, a laser-processed diagram sheet is cut into a plurality of delicate strips a certain amount of which are then rolled up in group at one end onto each of a number of shuttles. The rolled sheet strips on a number of shuttles are used as warp yarns and natural fabric fibers are used as weft yarns so that a woven fabric on a weaving machine is obtained from the interwoven warp yarns and weft yarns. Thereby a woven fabric provided with colorful laser-processed diagram can produce colorful and three-dimensional illumination effect when light is shed onto a fabric band








 
 
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