honeycomb weave

honeycomb weave

[′hən·ē‚kōm ‚wēv]
(textiles)
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The weave-based electrodes include plain weave and honeycomb weave with different flexibility, touch feeling, air permeability, and area electrical resistance, respectively.
In weave patterns, plain weave and honeycomb weave show two typical styles for different comfort parameters, such as air permeability, touch feel, heat, and moisture transfer.
The tested values of such factors indicate that the warmth retention of honeycomb weave is better than plain weave because the concave surface of honeycomb could store still air inside for less heat convection.
Common was the medieval art of Huckaback weaving, which produces a honeycomb weave popular for towels and is still used today.
Box Office has a honeycomb weave that adds texture to the wall.
The Top-of-the-Bed Collection includes heavier-weight fabrics such as Grecian honeycombs and twills with honeycomb weaves for added texture and surface interest.
An assortment of dobby weaves compose the Drapery group, including honeycomb weaves for texture and novelty yarns for added interest.