Multibar tricot lace machines

Multi guide bar tricot machines with between eight and eighteen guide bars have been built in gauges of E 24-28 for the production of fine gauge lace [2]. Two fully-threaded bars are used to knit the ground, such as reverse locknit or queenscord, with fine yarn such as 44 dtex nylon. Pattern bars behind the ground bars are used for inlay effects. Those in front are employed for embroidery designs in the form of overlaps and underlaps, in a textured yarn so that they stand out in relief on the technical back. The knitted overlaps show through from the face and the underlaps float across the back (Fig. 28.4).

Fig. 28.3 Raschel lace guide bar nesting.
Fig. 28.4 Embroidery patterning.
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