Textile Warping

Slashing

Feb 9, 2014 |

Slashing Slashing(Warp Sizing) The purpose of warp sizing is to produce a warp that will suffer less damage in weaving. Warp sizing achieves its primary purpose by causing fibers mutually to adhere in such a way as to make the warp yarns stronger,smother and better lubricated. Sizing and slashing machines can be classified according to […more]

Types Of Creels

Feb 9, 2014 |

Types Of Creels Single end Creels Magazine Creels Traveling Package or Multiple Package Creels

Types of Warping

Feb 9, 2014 |

Types of Warping Direct warping Direct Warping Denotes the transference of yarns from single-end yarn packages, wound packages, directly to a beam in a one step process. This means that there are an equal number of packages in the creel area as there are ends on the beam, except in the case of a magazine […more]

Stages Invoved In Warp Preperation

Feb 9, 2014 |

Stages Invoved In Warp Preperation 1) Winding from Spinner’s Packages to Cones 2) Winding from Cones to Warp(Warping) 3) Applicaton of Size and Lubricant to Warp(Slashing) 4) Drawing-in or Tying-in The primary objective of the warping process is to provide a continuous length of yarn from individual wound yarn packages, in sheet form to a […more]

Overview of Warping

Feb 9, 2014 |

Overview of Warping Warping gathers yarns from a number of bobbins and wound them close together on a reel or spool. From there they were transferred to a warp beam, which was then mounted on a loom. Warp threads were those that run lengthwise on the loom. At warping, the goal should be to avoid […more]

Warping Overview

Feb 9, 2014 |

Warping Overview of Warping Stages Invoved In Warp Preperation Types Of Warping Types Of Creels Slashing