Tajana Franco, Ballarati Vito: Method and apparatus for the production of weaving warps of monofilament thermoplastic synthetic yarn.. Val Lesina, April 23, 1986: EP0178644-A1 (32 worldwide citation)

Method for the preparation of a weaving warp or warp section (18) formed by monofilament thermoplastic synthetic yarns, characterized by the use of a spinning head (5) providing continuously the number of yarns required to form the warp, by the direct use of the bundle of so obtained yarns in the su ...

Tanaka Yoshihiro, Aihara Takatsugu, Otsuka Minoru: Electronically controlled sample warper.. Suzuki Warper, June 27, 1990: EP0375480-A2 (28 worldwide citation)

An electronically controlled sample warper (W) capable of warping a plurality of warp yarns simultaneously. In the warper, a plurality of warp yearns can be concurrently wound on a warping drum (A) with omitting a yarn exchanging step to eliminate any time loss for the yarn exchange, thus reducing t ...

Douglas K Seaborn: Drawing and beaming a weftless warp of yarns. Monsanto Company, Kelly O Corley, October 4, 1983: US04407767 (26 worldwide citation)

A weftless warp of yarns being drawn and wound on a beam is fed through a tension detector, located prior to the drawing step and responsive to tension in any of the yarns equalling a predetermined non-zero level, for stopping the process. This prevents damage to or breakage of a yarn which might ha ...

Schroeder Peter: Apparatus for keeping a state of tension constant on a material web which runs between successive pairs of driving rollers. Paul Weber, June 6, 1972: US3667664 (26 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for keeping a state of tension constant on a material web which runs between successive pairs of driving rollers includes a torsion bar having a lever extension with a guide roller over which the material is directed. Sensing means are associated with the lever to sense variations of th ...

Scott O Seydel, William D Letbetter, William H Cutts: Porous warp sizing apparatus. Cort Flint, February 10, 1987: US04641404 (23 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for sizing warp yarn utilized in preparing a loom beam for weaving are disclosed. A porous application roll (A) is utilized for applying a sizing material onto a sheet of warp yarns (12) passing between a pressure roll (30) and the application roll. The application roll inclu ...

Isao Nagasawa: Apparatus for supplying packages to a creel. Murata Kikai Kabushiki Kaisha, Spensley Horn Jubas & Lubitz, November 8, 1988: US04783021 (21 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for supplying packages to a warper creel having a plurality of package supporting pegs comprises a lining station for lining up packages transported on a conveyor in a predetermined order, and a package exchanging apparatus located between the lining station and the positioned creel for ...

Improvements in flanges for warp beams or rollers used in looms and other textile machines. Fisher & Ludlow 1920, Albert Shaw, May 4, 1922: GB178998-A (20 worldwide citation)

178,998. Fisher & Ludlow (1920), Ltd., and Shaw, A. Feb. 19, 1921. Warp beams.-An identification plate A, which may be annular, is secured between the flange B and the flanged boss C of a warp beam by bolts 3, which pass through the plate and secure the boss to the flange. The plate, which is of lar ...

Dieter H Bluhm, Volker Drumm: Compact creel for large diameter yarn supply packages. American Barmag Corporation, Bell Seltzer Park & Gibson, February 25, 1986: US04572458 (19 worldwide citation)

This compact creel is adapted to continuously supply yarns from unusually large diameter yarn supply packages to a textile yarn processing machine having an elongate frame and a plurality of spaced-apart yarn processing stations therealong. The creel is formed with a row of closely spaced yarn suppo ...

Alan H Norris, Phillip W Chambley: Weave-de-weave process. Champion International Corporation, Evelyn M Sommer, October 10, 1978: US04118842 (18 worldwide citation)

A weave-de-weave process in which a plurality of weft loops are fluidly injected from opposite sides and normal to a plurality of warp yarns to form a composite tape. The tape is deweaved after the warp is space dyed by splitting the interior of the tape to expose the looped ends of the weft.

Robert S Weiner: Creel. Alan Ruderman, March 25, 1997: US05613643 (17 worldwide citation)

A creel for feeding groups of yarn strands to a textile machine has a framework of interconnected frame members and vertical support members, each support member carrying a plurality of vertically spaced yarn cone holders. A group of yarn strands is supplied from cones mounted on holders on horizont ...