In the warp preparation process Warp and Weft Color Reports is planned as follows.
Warp color report (CRR):
It is called the report that shows the warp colors to be used and how many of each color warp will be brought side by side. The warp color report plan is displayed in tabular form or as a list. Other methods are also used when requested. The important thing is that the result is positive and what is desired.
Weft color report (ARR):
It is called the report showing the weft colors to be used and how many of these colors will be brought side by side in order. The weft color report scheme is displayed in tabular form or as a list. Other methods can be used if desired. The important thing is that the result is positive and desired.
For the formation of woven fabric, many processes must be carried out, from designing the fabric and supplying the yarns to be used to transferring the fabric to the warehouse by weaving it..
Among these processes, weaving preparation processes are the processes that require the most time and labor.
Weaving preparation processes consist of a series of processes such as warp preparation, drawing-in, sizing and weft preparation (in bobbin weaving machines).
As in every production sector, time is a factor that directly affects the cost in textiles.
Therefore, instead of some processes in textile, methods have been developed that allow the process to be done in a shorter time.
One of these processes is to eliminate the power and carding process in the looms where the same work will be continued.
Instead of repeating the drawing-in process in weaving machines where the same work will be continued, work-tying machines were developed and the process was completed in a shorter time than the drawing-in process by connecting the two warp ends.
Often times, the job at the bench changes and a new job is started.
In such cases, the loom must be prepared very well for the new job.
This process is called type change..
In order to carry out all these processes and weaving process properly, the weaving machine must undergo a series of maintenance processes.
In order to produce quality fabrics, increase efficiency and minimize malfunctions of the weaving machine during production, it is necessary to maintain and adjust the weaving machine at certain times.
It should not be forgotten that maintenance activities are not well implemented or well organized in enterprises where repair work is excessive.