The influence of knit fabric structure on the adhesion of three-dimensional (3-D) printed textiles was examined. 3-Dprinting was applied to different elastic knitted fabrics with different amounts of prestretch, typical for 4-D fabric construction. The quality of the bond was measured in terms of peel strength. Peel strength was measured by pulling the fabric at 180 degrees from the printed plastic to delaminate the 2 and recording the 10 highest peak values observed during the test. The printed width, the ratio of fabric width of print width, fabric washing, and fabric structure were varied. The specimens were then evaluated for peel strength.
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Narula, Ayushi; Pastore, Christopher M.; Schmelzeisen, David; El Basri, Sara; Schenk, Jan; and Shajoo, Subin, "Effect of knit and print parameters on peel strength of hybrid 3-D printed textiles" (2018). Kanbar College Faculty Papers. Paper 2.
This article is the author’s final published version in Journal of Textiles and Fibrous Materials, Volume 1, February 2018, Pages 1-10.
The published version is available at https://doi.org/10.1177/2515221117749251. Copyright © Narula et al.