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Apparatus for comprehensive evaluation of fabric style by detecting certain physical and mechanical properties of fabric. Fabric style broadly refers to the response of fabric to human tactile sensation and visual function; narrow sense only refers to the tactile sense, which is commonly referred to as hand feel. Fabric style is also divided into value style and characteristic style. Value style refers to the aesthetics and comfort of clothing; characteristic style can be divided into single-factor characteristic style (such as smooth, full, stiff, etc.) and complex factor characteristic style (such as wool type). (Feeling, silky, tingling, etc.). Fabric styles have traditionally been assessed by feel and visual inspection, and this method still occupies a dominant position. In 1930, the cantilever method was used to measure the bending length and bending rigidity of fabric samples to represent the feel of the fabric. By the 1950s, American scholars proposed to use the traction force of a circular sample to pass through the loop to indicate the feel of the fabric, and thus an early feel detector appeared. In this test, the sample is subjected to bending, compression and surface friction at the same time, so the measurement results have comprehensive properties. In the early 1970s, Japanese scholar Kawabata Kiyoshi proposed that the fabric's pure bendability, surface characteristics (friction coefficient and roughness), stretchability (including shear), and compressibility reflect the style of the fabric, and are composed of instruments that detect these properties. KES-F series fabric style meter. Using this series of four instruments, 16 indicators were measured, and the basic style values such as straight (scratch), slippery (cool), and full (full) were evaluated according to the different uses of the fabric, and then entered into the computer to find the comprehensive style value. China has developed a fabric style meter and corresponding detection methods, which have a simple structure and good performance. Fabrics are often subjected to various external forces during actual use, which results in wrinkles, surface defects and dimensional changes. These are closely related to the retention of the shape of the garment and the uniformity of the surface, and belong to the fabric style. Instruments for detecting these properties include a wrinkle recovery angle tester, a surface uniformity tester, and a shrinkage tester.