Which is better, canvas or non-woven
Which is better, canvas or non-woven? The difference between non-woven fabric and canvas is non-woven fabric (English name: Non Woven Fabric or Nonwoven cloth), also known as non-woven fabric, which is composed of oriented or random fibers. It is called cloth because of its appearance and certain properties.
Non-woven fabrics are moisture-proof, breathable, flexible, lightweight, non-combustible, easy to decompose, non-toxic and non-irritating, rich in color, inexpensive, recyclable and so on. For example, polypropylene (pp material) pellets are used as raw materials, which are produced by continuous high-temperature melting, spinning, spreading, and hot-pressing coiling.
Non-woven fabric features:
Non-woven fabrics do not have warp and weft threads. They are very convenient to cut and sew, and they are lightweight and easy to shape. They are loved by handmade enthusiasts.
Because it is a kind of fabric that does not require spinning and weaving, it just aligns or randomly arranges short textile fibers or filaments to form a web structure, and then uses mechanical, thermal bonding or chemical methods to strengthen it.
It is not interwoven and knitted by individual yarns, but the fibers are directly bonded together by physical methods, so when you get the sticky scale in your clothes, you will find that It is impossible to draw a single thread. Non-woven fabrics break through the traditional textile principles, and have the characteristics of short process flow, fast production rate, high output, low cost, wide use, and multiple raw material sources.
Oil canvas is a kind of cloth used to paint oil on a specific cloth-based substrate to prevent the penetration of oil, solvents, water and other coatings. The coated cloth used for inkjet, photo, indoor and outdoor advertising, light boxes, etc. is also called canvas. The materials used for hand-painted canvases are mainly tight and flat cotton canvas and linen. Chemical fiber cloth is extremely smooth and smooth, suitable for inkjet and printing.
Oil on canvas: A coating substrate that prevents oil, solvent, water and other permeation from coating on a specific cloth substrate, which is used to draw oil on canvas.
The coated cloth used for inkjet, photo, indoor and outdoor advertising, light boxes, etc. is also called canvas