Woven labels are mainly divided into two types: selvedge and trimming according to the process.
Selvedge cloth label: When the required trademark is woven according to the width of the need at one time, it is called selvedge label. This process avoids many shortcomings of trimming, but the yield is low. There are also flat/satin finishes, which are characterized by soft and pretty touch. It is more suitable for high-end clothing products, such as fashion, suits, etc. It is used most by Japanese manufacturers who pay attention to quality, and the machines are also made in Japan. Selvedge labels are generally used as satin labels, but it is difficult to express the background color of satin. This problem is usually solved by ironing/dyeing and other processes.
Selvedge machines generally include wooden shuttle machines, and generally cannot exceed four colors; there are crochet machines, which can also weave various craft qualities, and even add transparent polyester yarn to the warp yarn, which is called fish silk crochet machine.
In addition to the width, the total length of each color, and the craftsmanship, the cost composition of the cloth label is also the type of yarn used.