What is the difference between 350D Oxford cloth and 420D Oxford cloth? Which is good quality?

Update:27-07-2020
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Polyester "1" is a material. Oxford cloth "2" is mainly […]

Polyester "1" is a material. Oxford cloth "2" is mainly a textile method, which may contain polyester.
Among them, check Oxford cloth, Tig Oxford cloth, full stretch Oxford cloth, are all polyester Oxford cloth.
Polyester Oxford cloth is a mixture of polyester and Oxford cloth characteristics, and has a wider range of applications.
1. Polyester is an important variety in synthetic fibers, and is the trade name of China's polyester fiber. It is a fiber-forming polymer made of purified terephthalic acid (PTA) or dimethyl terephthalate (DMT) and ethylene glycol (EG) through esterification or transesterification and polycondensation reaction— —Polyethylene terephthalate (PET), a fiber made by spinning and post-processing. Polyester is widely used in the manufacture of clothing and industrial products. Polyester has excellent setting properties. After the polyester yarn or fabric is shaped, the flat, fluffy shape or pleats, etc., can still last for a long time after washing for many times in use.
Polyester is an important variety of synthetic fibers and is the trade name of China's polyester fiber.
characteristics of polyester: 1) high strength, impact resistance 4 times higher than nylon, 20 times higher than viscose fiber. 2) Good flexibility. The elasticity is close to that of wool, and it can almost completely recover when it stretches 5% to 6%. The wrinkle resistance is better than other fibers, that is, the fabric does not wrinkle and has good dimensional stability. The elasticity is 2 to 3 times higher than that of nylon. 3) Good heat resistance. 4) Good water absorption. 5) Good wear resistance. The abrasion resistance is second only to the best abrasion resistance nylon, better than other natural fibers and synthetic fibers. 6) Good light resistance. Lightfastness is second only to acrylic. 7) Corrosion resistance. It is resistant to bleaching agents, oxidants, hydrocarbons, ketones, petroleum products and inorganic acids. It is resistant to dilute alkali, not afraid of mildew, but hot alkali can make it decompose. 8), poor dyeability.
2. OXFORD, a variable plain weave or heavy plain weave, can be woven with various textile fibers. Depending on the fiber and width, the price ranges from a few yuan to more than ten yuan.
Oxford cloth is named after the University of Oxford in England. It was a traditional combed cotton fabric for the school uniforms of the students in the early days. The most prominent feature of traditional Oxford cloth is color warp and white weft, double warp and single weft, 2/2 double flat weave, and the cloth surface has a clear color point effect. Now it has become a new type of fabric with multiple functions and a wide range of uses. At present, the main products on the market include: lattice, full-stretch, nylon, and tige.

 

 

1), Grid Oxford cloth: specially used to make all kinds of bags
 The warp and weft threads of the fabric are all made of polyester FDY150D/36F. The fabric is interwoven with a plain weave on a water jet loom. The warp and weft density is 360X210. After the grey fabric is treated with relaxation, alkali content, dyeing, anti-static, coating, etc., it has a light and thin texture, soft hand feeling, good waterproofness and good durability. And other advantages.
 2) Nylon Oxford cloth: mainly produces flood and rain protection products
  The warp of the fabric is made of 200D nylon hollow yarn, and the weft is made of 160D nylon hollow yarn. It is a plain weave structure, and the product is woven by water jet. After dyeing, finishing and coating process, the grey cloth has the advantages of soft hand feeling, strong drape, novel style, waterproof performance, etc., and the cloth masks nylon silk luster and sensory effect. Because of its high quality and novel design, it is deeply loved by users. The width of the fabric is 150CM. It is understood that the fabric is based on the market with its advantages of non-fading and non-deformation. The colors on the market are available in different types such as navy blue, light black, tiger yellow, and dark green, and can be dyed in batches according to customer needs.
3), Full stretch Oxford cloth: mainly making bags
   The warp and weft yarns of this fabric are all made of polyester DTY300D yarn, which is made by interweaving on the water-jet loom with a coarse-point variable permeable weave. After the fabric is relaxed, refined, pre-shaped, alkali-reduced, and soft-set, the reverse side of the fabric is then passed through the rubber-plastic polyester layer. With fine texture, soft luster, and good water resistance, the bags made of this product are fashionable and trendy pets that dress up ladies. Its fabric width is 150CM.
4) Tige Oxford cloth: mainly produces various bags
   The warp of the fabric uses polyester DTY400D network yarn, and the weft uses polyester DTY 400D. It is made of ticking texture and interwoven on a water jet (with faucet) loom. The fabric has a novel design and unique craftsmanship. The front checkered pattern is prominent, and the three-dimensional effect is strong. It has become the most prominent part of the fabric. At the same time, the coating (PU) process is used on the back to make it more waterproof and drape. Kind of fashionable materials for luggage. The width of the fabric is 160CM, and the weight is 320g/m. The main colors on the market are black, navy blue, and coffee series.
5) Weft Oxford cloth: mainly produces various bags
   The warp yarn of the fabric is polyester FDY68D/24F, and the weft yarn is FDY150D/36F as the raw material. The weaving process adopts the weft direction and the water jet weaving (with dobby faucet). The cloth noodles are clear, combining modernity, artistry and drape. After the grey cloth is dyed, embossed or calendered, it has the advantages of strong drape and good water resistance. The fabric width is 160CM
Porous fibers are generally made of polyester materials, so they are regarded as a kind of polyester fiber. The difference is that there is a hollow core in it. According to the number of hollow cores, it is divided into four holes, seven holes, and nine holes. Simply speaking, polyester fibers are coreless in most cases. In contrast, porous fibers are of course better, because the hollow core in it has the characteristics of heat preservation and elasticity. T/T refers to pure cotton fabric, that is, both warp and weft are polyester, while T/C refers to polyester cotton. T: TERYLENE polyester, C: COTTON cotton.