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By Yordan Kyosev

Braided materials are made by way of interlacing yarns or strips of material. Braiding produces quite a lot of constructions for technical cloth functions from scientific sutures to cables for anchoring ships. Written through one of many world’s major specialists within the box, the ebook reports the elemental ideas, layout and approaches utilized in braiding. The booklet additionally discusses specialized braiding thoughts equivalent to spiral braiding and lace technology.

  • Provides a superb origin within the basics of braiding layout, approaches and machinery
  • Covers the patterning of braided items and the structural and color layout of either flat and tubular braids
  • Reviews maypole braiding machines and mechanics

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The structural drawing presents in a simplified way the orientation of the visible yarn pieces. They are drawn on a paper prepared with squares, where each square corresponds to one interlacement between two yarns. For a given square cell, only small pieces of the yarn are shown. The orientation of the diagonal “S” – from the left upper corner to the bottom right corner “\” corresponds to a yarn piece, which was moved from the carrier during the motion from left to right, being on the outer side of the track and vice versa.

16). The two yarns U1 and U2 are carried on separate carriers in the figure, but it is also possible that both yarns are wound as a one-ply yarn on one bobbin, leaving the other position empty. Because both of these yarns move as one group and have the same orientation, they are treated as one group of two yarns, which floats over and under another group of yarns. The floating length here is 4 slots/(2F+ 2E) = 4/4 = 1. As there are two yarns in a group the pattern is notated 1:1-2.

During the horn gear motion, the carrier places yarn U under the yarns O1 and O2. After that, yarn U will go over the yarns of the next two carriers. During the motion of the carrier U around the horn gear, two carriers will move on the other side of the horn gear. Yarn U will build a float under these two yarns. After that, the same yarn will float over two other yarns. This pattern is of type 2:2-1, and is very commonly used. The other commonly used braid 1:1-2, known as the diamond braid type, has two carriers moving, one after another, with the arrangement 2F: 2E.

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