The two long-term reasons for weaving suspension remain […]
The two long-term reasons for weaving suspension remain unchallenged. These are style changes that need to be performed when the shaft is run out and require new fabrics of different specifications-and combinations-to be performed when the shaft is exhausted and the same fabric is to be continued.
The pattern change takes 4-8 hours to complete, and the collocation takes thirty to one hundred and twenty minutes, excluding lap and loom beam replacement time before the preparation, and after the lap through knot, depending on the warp width, warp density, yarn type and type of typewriter, which for high-speed weaving is high quality. Many fabric types are paired with shirts, slices and pillows, denim, airbags and almost all jacquard fabrics.
Each knitting room has several matching machines to match after the loom beam is exhausted. Previous research focused on improving the machine to improve automation, expand the scope of applications and improve the speed of knots. At the ITMA Fair in 2003, 2007, 2011 and 2015, the main manufacturers of bundling machines exhibited the latest automatic bundling technology. More details about binding progress can be found elsewhere.