At first let’s see the structural difference between plain twill and satin weave respectively in the following picture
Structural difference between plain twill and satin
Plain Vs Twill Vs Satin
Here is the difference between Plain, Twill, Satin with 10 differentiator factor.
|1. Construction:||Interlace in alternate order||Pronounced diagonal line||Rearranged twill (Only one bending point at each end & picks in repeat)|
|2. According to binding:||High||Comparatively low||Lowest|
|3. According to Abating (Longer float):||Lowest||Comparatively low||Highest|
|4. Appearance Texture||11 Plain; face, back Same appearance||Regular twill: face, back side Same Irregular twill: Different||If one side shows satin another side shows sateen|
|5. Thread Density (EPI/PPI)||Lowest, because of high interlacement||Comparatively low||Highest Can be increased|
|6. Structure & Firmness||High firmness||low||Lowest|
|8. Cover factor (How much space the yarn Covered)||Low||Comparatively high||Highest|
|9. Seam Strength||High||Low||Lowest|
|10. Mass On GSM||Lowest||Low||Highest|
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