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Lecture 3 Introduction to Weave Designs Types of looms wrt to shedding motion, Use of point paper to represent weave design, Concept of repeat, Simple designs like plain weave and 3/1 twill. Tappet: Uses tappets and healds. High speed, best quality, limited designs – generally 6 – 8 frames. Dobby: Uses dobby lifting and healds, relatively low speed and wider variety of designs; unlimited designs capability in weft direction – generally 14 – 20 frames. Jacquard: Individual manipulation of threads by means of cord, unlimited designs and low speed. Drawing in very cumbersome. Plain Weave, where alternate warp threads interlace with alternate weft threads. Top view Point paper representation Or 3/1 Twill
"Fabric Design Lecture 03 Introduction to Weave Designs"