Innovative Jacquard Textile Design Using Digital Technologies | Frankie Ng and Jiu Zhou

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Innovative Jacquard Textile Design Using Digital Technologies
Edited by Frankie Ng and Jiu Zhou
Innovative Jacquard Textile Design Using Digital Technologies

Contents
Author contact details ix
Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles xi
Key terms and definitions xix
Foreword xxiii
1 Introduction to jacquard textile design 1
1.1 Introduction 1
1.2 The use of digital technologies in jacquard textile design 3
1.3 The organisation of this book 6
1.4 References 7
2 The development of jacquard fabrics and textile design methods 8
2.1 Introduction 8
2.2 The development of jacquard textile technology and design 8
2.3 The development of digital technologies for jacquard textile design 10
2.4 Design methods for traditional multi-coloured jacquard fabric 15
2.5 Conclusion 23
2.6 References and further reading 23
3 Principles and methods of digital jacquard textile design 27
3.1 Introduction 27
3.2 Limitations of traditional jacquard textile design 27
3.3 Digital innovation in jacquard textile design 29
3.4 Design principles and methods for colourless and colourful digital jacquard textile design 33
3.5 Conclusion 45
3.6 References and further reading 45
4 Structural digital design of jacquard textiles 49
4.1 Introduction 49
4.2 Gamut weaves and weave-database design 49
4.3 Compound structure design 60
4.4 Full-colour compound structure design 67
4.5 References and further reading 77
5 Colourless and colourful digital design of jacquard textiles 80
5.1 Introduction 80
5.2 Colour mixture theory for digital jacquard textiles 80
5.3 Structure and colour in digital jacquard fabrics 82
5.4 Colour mode changes in digital jacquard textile design 84
5.5 Colour mixing in digital jacquard textile design 85
5.6 Design of colourless digital jacquard fabrics 86
5.7 Design of colourful digital jacquard fabrics 92
5.8 Conclusion 106
5.9 References and further reading 106
6 Digital design of novel simulative effects in jacquard textiles 110
6.1 Introduction 110
6.2 Design of black-and-white simulative effect fabrics 110
6.3 Design principles and methods for single-layer and compound structures 113
6.4 Design illustrations for single-layer and compound structures 117
6.5 Design of colourful simulative effect fabrics 126
6.6 Design illustrations for colourful simulative effect fabrics 132
6.7 Simulation design from colourful to black-and-white effects 141
6.8 Conclusion 142
6.9 References and further reading 144
7 Digital design of shot-effect and double-face effect jacquard textiles 147
7.1 Introduction 147
7.2 Design of fi gured shot-effect fabrics 147
7.3 Design illustrations with objective and abstract motifs 151
7.4 Design of fi gured double-face effect fabrics 157
7.5 Design illustrations for full-colour and layer-fi gured double-face effect fabrics 162
7.6 Conclusion 170
7.7 References and further reading 171
8 Applications of digitally designed jacquard textiles 174
8.1 Introduction 174
8.2 Case study 1: digital images on bags 174
8.3 Case study 2: curtains 175
8.4 Case study 3: rainbow fabrics 176
8.5 Case study 4: seamless woven garments 177
8.6 References and further reading 179
9 Current issues and future trends in digital jacquard textile design 183
9.1 Introduction 183
9.2 Advances in theory 183
9.3 Advances in applied research 185
9.4 Current limitations and future research 188
9.5 References and further reading 189
Appendices 193
A1 Gamut weaves and weave-databases 195
A1.1 Gamut weaves and weave-databases for 12-thread satin 195
A1.2 Gamut weaves and weave-databases for 16-thread satin 199
A1.3 Gamut weaves and weave-databases for 24-thread satin 200
A2 Technical specifi cations for jacquard textiles 201
A2.1 Fabric technical specifi cation with lower warp density 201
A2.2 Fabric technical specifi cation with higher warp density 203
A3 Examples of digital jacquard textile designs 204
A3.1 Design creation with smooth colour shading effect (lower warp density) 204
A3.2 Design creations with colourful simulative effect (lower warp density) 205
A3.3 Design creation with changeable colour layer effect (higher warp density) 206
A3.4 Design creations with moveable colour layer effect (lower warp density) 207
A3.5 Design creations from true-colour to black-and-white (higher warp density) 208
A3.6 Design creation with fi gured shot-effect (objective design with lower warp density) 209
A3.7 Design creation with fi gured shot-effect (abstract design with higher warp density) 210
A3.8 Design creation with fi gured double-face effect (lower warp density) 211
A3.9 Design creations with layer fi gured double-face effect (higher warp density) 212
A3.10 Design creations with print-like effect (silk design with
higher warp density) 213
Index 215

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