In order for the weft thread to be thrown, according to the knitting report, some of the pre-drawn warp threads are lower; the process of creating a space between them by bringing some of them to the upper position.
Determining the properties of textile materials or fabrics
Shedding system that provides patterning by giving movement to the warp threads as much as the number of frames
Plan showing the frame movement sequence required for a weave to be woven
Weft (weft yarn):
Yarns in the transverse direction in a woven fabric Weft pattern: Repetitive weft yarn sequence and number in the fabric
The smallest unit of the repetitive weft thread row in the fabric Weft density: The number of weft threads per unit measure in the fabric
The number and ratio of wefts positioned on top of each other in the fabric
The apparatus that has the power wires on the dobby machines.
Warp (warp thread):
Yarns in the longitudinal direction in a woven fabric Warp plan: Repetitive warp yarn order and number in the fabric
Smallest unit of repetitive warp thread row in fabric
The number of warp threads per unit measure in the fabric
The number and ratio of warps positioned on top of each other in the fabric
Aesthetic element created by weaving or printing method on textile surfaces
Checkered paper in different sizes used in weaving Pattern knitting report: The smallest repeating unit of the pattern on the fabric
The technique of creating a surface by connecting the warp and weft threads at right angles to each other according to certain rules.
The value of the fabric in grams per unit area (such as g/m2 and g/mtul)
Steel wires through which the warp threads are threaded one by one and connected to the frame
Shirts, tulle/curtains, upholstery, towels, etc. Fabric variations produced with different materials and warp-weft systems for different usage areas
The piece of fabric used as a reference for the pattern to be prepared for production
The connections between the warp and weft threads to form a right angle with each other according to certain rules.
The smallest unit of connection of warp and weft threads with each other according to certain rules in a way to form right angles.
Placing different weaves in each color area in the drawing to create the pattern on the fabric
Special magnifying glass (Lupe) :
Magnifying glass to help determine yarn density, weave and color reports in fabric analysis
Plan showing at least how many frames a weave can be woven and which warp should be in which frame
Apparatus that registers the weft thread thrown in the weaving machines to the fabric line and passes the warp threads through the tooth spaces on it.
The number of tooth gaps in one or ten centimeters of the weaving reed
Basic knitting: Plain, twill and satin weaves
Braids derived from basic weaves by various methods.
The stand where the bobbins to be fed to the machine are arranged
The process to follow the order of the threads in the processes after warp unwinding (drawing, knotting)
The threads between the lever and the lamella do not pass parallel
The manufacture of the textile product consisting of the intersection of the warp and weft threads at right angles in accordance with the knitting report.
One of the woven fabric patterning systems
Metal element that stops the weaving machine when the warp thread breaks
Cloth edge lock knitting made using rotary power
Cylindrical reel with cover on both sides on which the warp threads are wound
Cylinder on which thread is wound.
A product with all the same features and produced at once
A product that has all the same features and is produced in one go, within the factory.
Boss (Conical and Cylindrical):
The bobbin on which the threads are wound
The table in which the basic features of the product and the processes to be applied to the product to be touched are indicated in order.
Waste yarn and debris released during production