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Papermachine clothing, for instance, a loop of imprinting fabric, is disclosed which is so woven that a top-surface-plane thereof is defined by coplanar crossovers of filaments of at least two sets of filaments (i.e., warp and shute filaments) and so that sub-top-surface crossovers are distributed in a predetermined pattern throughout the clothing. Specific weaves are disclosed wherein the top-surface crossovers act corporately to define a top surface comprising a bilaterally staggered array of wicker-basket-like cavities which cavities each span at least one sub-top-surface crossover. Such clothing is particularly useful for making soft, absorbent paper of relatively low density, and relatively isotropic stretch properties when creped.

Title
Papermachine clothing having a surface comprising a bilaterally staggered array of wicker-basket-like cavities
Application Number
6/19028
Publication Number
4239065
Application Date
March 9, 1979
Publication Date
December 16, 1980
Inventor
Paul D Trokhan
Hamilton
OH, US
Agent
Richard C Witte
Fredrick H Braun
Thomas J Slone
Assignee
The Procter & Gamble Company
OH, US
IPC
D03D 15/00
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