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Preparation of Weaving Machines

To obtain satisfactory weaving performance, it is essential to have not only a correct yarn preparation but also an efficient organization which permits to have warps available at the right moment, thus avoiding any dead time with style or…

Sizing zero twist fabrics

Sizing is a complementary operation which is carried out on warps formed by spun yarns with insufficient tenacity or by continuous filament yarns with zero twist. It is done with an aim of improving yarn smoothness and tenacity during the…

Fabric Weaving – woven fabrics

The weaving is a process of formation of fabric with interlacement of two or more sets of yarns using a stable machine called loom. Human beings have started using the woven fabrics since the dawn of history. If we exclude the stone age…

Broken Twills – weaving

A broken twill weave composed of vertical sections which are alternately right hand and left hand in direction. In Broken Twills, twills are constructed by breaking the continuity of any continuous twill weave. They are formed by reversing…

Weaving Loom Mechanisms

The basic mechanisms in any type of looms can be classified into Primary (shedding, picking & beat up), secondary and Auxiliary motions. Shedding opens the warp sheet into layers. The picking causes the shuttle carrying weft to be…

Combination twill weaving

Combination twills find extensive use in the worsted industry in the production of garment fabrics, as these weaves are capable of producing compact textures. These twills are constructed by two methods 1. End and end combination 2.Pick and…

Re-Arranged Twills

These twills are obtained by arrangement of a continuous twill either warp way or weft way. There arrangement is normally done in a particular order or sequence. Rearranged twills are of two types Satin/sateen weaves and Corkscrew weaves.

Zigzag or Wavy Woven Twills

Wavy twills are also known as pointed twills. In these classes of twill weaves the twill progresses in one direction for half of the repeat and then is reversed for the next half of the repeat. The reversal of the twill may be done in a…

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