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Honeycomb fabric

Honeycomb fabric is the term used to describe a manufactured fabric consisting of sheet materials /fibres formed into an open-ended network of hexagonal cells, each cell’s wall shared with immediate neighbours. Honeycomb comes from France, it means birds nest, and it can remind of it because of the regular cellular patterns it creates (warp and weft threads makes ridges and hollows gives a cellular appearance). Honeycomb fabric is also known as a diamond weave. See 3D braided fabrics

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