Sandwich fabrics with connecting layers of different length

The simple variation of the layer length will modify the cross-section of the fabric. The shape is created by the specific position of the separate fabrics between the consecutive layers. Two possibilities can be mentioned. One takes into consideration a specified sequence of layers with different length, as illustrated in Fig. 26. The different length of the layers will determine an inclined geometry for the exterior fabrics.

Sandwich fabrics with connecting layers of different length

Fig. 26. Sandwich fabric with connecting layers of variable length

The other possibility refers to a sequence of two layers with predetermined (different) length, combined with an according number of courses in the separate fabric(s) that generates a corner effect (position at 900). It is the case of fabrics with L and T shapes, presented in Fig. 27 and Fig. 28.

Sandwich fabrics with connecting layers of different length

Sandwich fabrics with connecting layers of different length

Fig. 28. Sandwich fabric with T shape

 

Sandwich fabrics with connecting layers of different length