The Mechanism of Weaving (Google eBook)

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Macmillan, 1894 - Weaving - 472 pages
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Contents

Broken Draft
16
PART III
18
Stationary Bottom Shed
20
Open Shed
21
Semiopen Shed
22
Section of Plain Shedding Motion
26
Heald Connections for Positive Shedding
28
Tieup for Tappet Shedding
30
30 17 Section of Plain Shedding for making Calculations
31
Section of Yorkshire Shedding Motion
33
Positive Shedding Motion for making Calculations
34
Diagram to illustrate Strain upon Warp in Shedding
36
Diagram to determine Dwell for a Tappet
38
Tappet ConstructionPlain Cloth
39
Threeshaft Twill
40
Fourshaft Twill
41
42 26 Jamiesons Tappet
43
Barrel Tappet
45
Positive Tappet for Sixshaft Twill
48
Fio PAGE 29 Woodcrafts Tappet
49
Plan for laying a Woodoroft Tappet
50
Ring for Woodcraft Tappet
51
Open Shed Woodcraft Tappet
52
Heald Connections for Woodcroft Tappet
53
Section of Oscillating Tappet
55
Driving for Oscillating Tappet
56
Section of Nuttalls Chain Tappet
57
Tappet Driving
58
Over and Under Motions
61
Single Acting Under Motion with Springs
63
Jacks
64
Hahlo Liebreich and Hansons Springeasing Motion
66
Kenyons Springeasing Under Motion
68
Separate Roller Compounded Over Motion for Plain Cloth
70
Compounded Lever Under Motion for Four Shafts
71
Compounded Roller and Lever Under Motion for Eight Shafts
72
Lever Under Motion for Three Shafts
73
Roller
74
and Lever Under Motion for Three Shafts
75
Front and End Elevations of Fiveshaft Under Motion
76
End View of Fiveshaft Roller Over Motion
77
Diagram showing movement of Warp when actuated by Closed Shedding and Under Motions
78
PART V
79
Single Lift Dobby
81
Griffe fulerumed
85
Hooks pushed on Griffe
86
Archers Dobby
87
Swinging Cylinder Motion
89
Balls Rotary Cylinder Motion
91
Rotary Cylinder Motion
92
Dobby Pegs
93
Lag Pegging for Right and Left Hand Dobbies
94
Centre Shed Dobby
95
Blackburn Dobby rear end view
99
FIO PAGE 67 Blackburn Dobby sectional elevation
101
Wards Dobby
103
Butterworth and Dickensons Modification of Keighley Dobby
106
Burnley Dobby
107
Christys Positive Closed Shed Dobby Ill 72 Knowless Positive Open Shed Dobby driving
114
sectional elevation
116
PART VI
119
Jacquard Swinging Cylinder Motion
123
Sliding
126
Gooss
128
Jacquard Needle
129
End View of Jacquard Machine
130
Modern Jacquard Hook
134
Needle
135
Gooss Hook
136
Ainsleys Centre Shed Jacquard
137
Lamberts Double Lift Single Cylinder Jacquard
140
Crossleys
142
Needle
143
Double Cylinder Jacquard
147
Green and Barkers Stop Motion for Double Cylinder Jacquards
150
Devoges Stop Motion for Double Cylinder Jacquards
151
Cheetham and Sutcliffes Open Shed Jacquard
154
Davenport and Crossleys Crossborder Jacquard
158
Cylinder Motion for Cross border Jacquard
160
Howarth and Pearsons Double Shed Jacquard
161
Compound Jacquard
163
Verdols Small Gauge Jacquard
165
Bessbrook Jacquard Hooks Needles Grille and Twilling Bars 189
166
Bessbrook Jacquard End View
170
Bonellis Electric Jacquard
174
K1G PAGE 177 Enlarged View of Shuttle and Carriage of Lyalls Positive
177
Jacquard Machine Lift
178
PART VII
179
Harness Warping Rail
185
Knots
188
Straight Tie
194
Centred Tie
196
Compound Equal Tie in two Sections
198
Draft for Compound Unequal Tie in three Sections
199
Plan two
200
End View of Double Equal Plain Cloth Tie
202
Plan
203
Bannister Harness
204
Pressure Harness
206
Gauze Draft and Tie
209
Standard and Doup for Open Shed
211
with two Half Healds and Bead
212
Lappet Shaft for Gauze Weaving
213
Doupeaser lifted by Jacquard
214
depressed by Tappet Treadle
215
Readingin Machine
231
Reading in and Repeating Machine with Horizontal Punch
233
Readingin and Repeating Machine with Vertical Punch
235
Dcvoges Automatic Repeater
236
MMurdos
238
Nuttalls
239
Side Elevation of Piano Cardcutting Machine
242
Plan of Headstock Piano Cardcutting Machine
243
Front Elevation of Headstock Piano Card cutting Machine
244
Plan of Carriage Piano Cardcutting Machine
245
Card Lacing and Wiring
247
Front Elevation of Lappet Frame
252
FIg PAGE 141 Side Elevation of Lappet Frame
253
Design for Lappet Weaving
254
Construction of Lappet Wheel
255
Needle Frame for Lappets
256
Spring Tension Cords for Lappets
259
146t Design for Lappet
260
146i Construction of Scotch Lappet Wheel
261
PART X
265
Diagram of Shuttle illustrating Effect of Direction of Force
268
268 149 Diagram representing Effect of Side Pull of Weft upon Shuttle
269
270 151 Diagram illustrating Movement of Shuttle
272
Compound Movement of Shuttle
273
273 154 Strap Attachment to remove Pressure of Swell from Shuttle at Time of Picking
275
Picking Motion 306
278
Front Elevation of Lever Pick
279
End
280
Construction of Picking Plate for Lever Pick
282
Plan of Lever Pick for Pick and Pick Motion
284
Front Elevation of Lever Pick for Pick and Pick Motion
285
Plan of Jacksons Under Pick
286
Front Elevation of Carpet Pick
289
Front Elevation of Yatess Under Pick
290
Front Swivel
291
Front Stationary Scroll Under Pick
292
Side
293
Construction of Scroll for Under Pick
294
Side 295
295
Plan and Elevation of Cone Over Pick
297
Construction of Cone Picking Tappet
303
Front Elevation of Lyalls Positive Picking Motion
306
PART XI
307
The Check Strap
312
PART XII
313
Plan and Elevation of Fast Reed Motion
319
Collier Evans and Rileys Swell for Fast Reed Motion
320
Loose Reed Motion
322
Plan View of Ilarker and Graysons Loose Reed Swell
325
PART XIV
326
325 184 Marriotts Shuttle Guard
328
Front Elevation of Farrells Automatic Shuttle Guard
330
Side
331
PART XV
332
End Elevation of Beatingup Mechanism
335
Ream Crank and Connecting Arm of SteamEngine
337
Diagram for determining the Position of Crank Centre
339
Diagram showing the Eccentric Motion of a Slay
340
Graphic Sketch for determining the Amount of Eccen tricity in a Slay
341
Slay and Connections for Double Beat
348
PART XVI
349
348 194 The Reed
350
Side Elevation of Weft Fork
354
Plan
355
Front Elevation of Ordinary Brake
357
Front Elevation of Haythornethwaites Double Brake
359
Plan of Haythornethwaites Double Brake
360
Plan of Centre Weft Fork
362
Front Elevation of Centre Weft Fork
363
Side
364
PART XVIII
365
Warp Beam with Morticed Holes and Rod
366
Rope and Weight Lettingoff Motion
367
Schillings Automatic Warp Weighting Motion
372
Front Elevation of Hanson and Crabtrees Automatic Warp Weighting Motion
373
End Elevation of Hanson and Crabtrees Automatic Warp Weighting Motion
374
Side Elevation of Smiths Automatic Lettingolf Motion
375
Plan
376
Takingup Motions
380
Front Elevation of Keighleys Automatic Letoff and Takeup Motion
383
Front Elevation of Negative Takingup Motion
389
PART XX
393
Front Elevation of Diggles Negative Drop Box Motion
395
Honeggers Drop Box Motion
401
Wright Shaws Positive Drop Box Motion Plan
407
Hackings Positive Eccentric Drop Box Motion Back
413
Cowburn and Pecks Positive Drop Box Motion Plan
419
FIg PAGE 239 Circular Box Motion Front Elevation
424
End Elevation of Boxes
425
PART XXI
427
Trough and Roller Temple End Elevation and Plan
429
Single Plan
430
with Saw Teeth
431
Swiss Inclined King Roller Temple
434
PART XXII
436
Shorrock and Taylors Centre Selvage Motion Front Elevation
439
French Centre Selvage Motion Front Elevation
441
Sir Titus Salts Centre Selvage Motion
443
Boat for weaving Plain Side Selvages Front Elevation
446
Lever and Mails for weaving Plain Side Selvages
447
Timing and Fixing of Parts
448
The Warp Line
450
Elevation of Weaving Shed
458
Plan of Weaving Shed
463
PART XXIV
464

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Page 274 - ... of the impossibility of accurately gauging the force required, and partly because the best of motors is liable to variations in speed. A shuttle must never be permitted to rebound after reaching a shuttle box, consequently swells are employed in such a manner that it has been affirmed that the force required to drive a shuttle into or out of a shuttle box is equal to that required for driving it through a shed. On this assumption, three times the actual power required for useful work is taken...
Page 274 - Experience has proved it to be uncertain in action, costly to keep in order, and by far the most dangerous part of the machine . . . When a shuttle is negatively driven, an enormous waste of power results, partly on account of the impossibility of accurately gauging the force required, and partly because the best of motors is liable to variations in speed. A shuttle must never be permitted to rebound after reaching a shuttle box, consequently swells are employed in such a manner that it has been...
Page 10 - ... them to be more costly without being more durable than ordinary healds. Other healds are made entirely of twisted wire, a small loop being left in the centre for the warp to pass through, and a longer one at each end for the reception of shafts, upon which they are loosely placed.

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