The Theory and Practice of Jute Spinning Being a Complete Description of the Machines Used in the Preparation and Spinning of Jute Yarns

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Read Books, 2010 - Crafts & Hobbies - 302 pages
THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF JUTE SPINNING. This book is a complete desciption of the machines used in the prepartion of spinning jute yarns. It contains a number of illustrations and aslo shows the calculations, tables of speed, drafts, production and waste. Originally published in 1893. This information will be invalueable to those who are seeking with earnestness of purpose to learn their business, and those who are willing and anxious to help themselves. The content of the book has been restricted to the practical manipulation of the fibre and the methods of working the machines, explaining as briefly as possible the calculations of speeds. The man of practical experience will perhaps not find much that is new, but the book may be of service even to him as a reference for figures which are not usually at hand. Originally published in 1893. Many of the earliest books on weaving, textiles and needlework, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarc

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