The Research on the Width of the Closed-Circuit Square-shaped Embroidery Element


  • Žaneta JUCHNEVIČIENĖ Kaunas University of Technology
  • Milda JUCIENĖ
  • Svetlana RADAVIČIENĖ



embroidered element, fabric, closed circuit


In modern manufacturing embroidered elements are used in such areas as implant production, rehabilitation (e.g., embroidered sensors), medical diagnostics, production of smart garments etc., where high accuracy is required to maintain the functionality of the product. Due to the influence of mechanical forces taking part in the embroidery process, the embroidery system is deformed, resulting in noncompliance of the embroidery element with the digitally designed one. Three fabrics have been selected as the objects of the research with the fiber composition of 65 % polyester and 35 % cotton, differing by weave and density. 60 × 60 mm and 6 mm wide closed circuit square-shaped embroidery elements have been used for the research. According to the performed analysis of the results, the dimensions of the closed-circuit square-shaped embroidery element have changed in comparison to that of the digitally designed one. The width of the embroidery element, which was the most adequate to the digitally designed one, was achieved in the direction of warp. The obtained results have shown that in the corners the width of the embroidery element in the directions of warp and weft is bigger than the one in the centers of the segments.


Author Biography

Žaneta JUCHNEVIČIENĖ, Kaunas University of Technology

Institute of Architecture and Construction