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Posts about woven polypropylene bags manufacturing process, including wire drawing, fabric weaving, coating film, sewing.

Woven Bags Process of Fabric Weaving (Part Two)

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If you like this article, kindly share pleaseThe second bag production process is stretching the silk into cloth after forming, that is Fabric Weaving. Woven cloth can be sewn into small bags, big bags(FIBC) and other woven products. The following … Continue reading

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Woven Bags Process of Sewing (Part Four)

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If you like this article, kindly share pleaseSewing process is the last step of woven bag procedure before the final packing, after wire drawing, fabric weaving, film coating, cutting, printing or any other needed processes. Please find more through a … Continue reading

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Woven Bags Process of Coating Film (Part Three)

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If you like this article, kindly share pleaseBags of the coating film process for a particular bag – laminated woven sacks. GB/T8947-98 <composite plastic woven bag> and GB10803-89 <composite plastic woven bags> were provided for coating and coated fabric technology … Continue reading

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Woven Bags Process of Wire Drawing (Part One)

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If you like this article, kindly share pleaseWire drawing is the first woven production process, its importance can be imagined. Wire drawing: woven industry also known as the short cut fiber, which is the production of plastic basic materials, flat … Continue reading

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