Manufacturing a piece of period panties usually includes the following steps, including fabric selection, textile weaving, dyeing and finishing, etc.:

1. Fabric selection: First of all, you need to choose a suitable fabric before making physiological underwear. Common fabric options include cotton, lycra (spandex), nylon, polyester, and more. All in all, these fabrics have their own characteristics, such as absorbency, softness, elasticity, etc.

2. Textile weaving: After selecting the fabric, the fabric needs to be weaved. The process can be divided into two stages: yarn preparation and weaving. The yarn preparation stage involves spinning raw materials into yarns suitable for weaving. In the weaving stage, the yarn is woven into a cloth through a weaving machine. According to design requirements, different weaving methods can be selected, such as plain weaving, jacquard, knitting, etc., to obtain different fabric appearance and feel.

In plain weaving, the warp and weft threads intersect at a 90-degree angle and pass through each other in a simple interweaving pattern. The warp is in the longitudinal direction of the cloth, also known as longitudinal or warp. The weft is in the transverse direction of the fabric, also known as the weft or weft.
This method of weaving uses a traditional knitting machine in which a single knitting needle is used to alternate between warp and weft threads. The fabric woven in this way has a flat appearance, and the patterns and textures on the fabric are formed by the interweaving of warp and weft threads of different colors or fibers. Knitting techniques can produce a variety of different fabrics with good elasticity, softness and fit, and strong adaptability.

3. Dyeing: Once the fabric is woven, dyeing becomes the next important step. Dyeing can use different dyes, colors and techniques according to design requirements. The dyeing process involves soaking the fabric in a dye solution, followed by heating, cooling and fixing to ensure a firm and even color.

4. Finishing: After the fabric dyeing is completed, it needs to be finished. Finishing includes removing impurities from fabrics, adjusting size, improving fabric texture and gloss, smoothing and heatsetting. The finishing process can also include adding functional treatments such as antibacterial, anti-odor or UV protection to enhance the performance of physiological underwear.Click:

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