Textiles: weaving – Warp manipulation – Feeding
A warp tensioning mechanism for a weaving loom is so constructed that a crossbar (8) that carries the tensioning mechanism is mounted at each end in the loom frame for a three-dimensional adjustment (5, 5A, 5B) vertically up and down, horizontally back and forth, and angularly about the longitudinal axis of the crossbar. After adjustments have been made, the crossbar is locked in position. The crossbar carries two sets of bearing brackets. One set (16) of bearing brackets holds a carrier beam in first bearings. The carrier beam in turn holds a warp tensioning roller (23) in second bearings (18). The second set of carrier brackets (16A) holds a warp guide roller (25) in third bearings (27).
patent: 4193428 (1980-03-01), Demuth
patent: 4256147 (1981-03-01), Deborde
patent: 5044408 (1991-09-01), Vandeweghe et al.
Fasse W. F.
Fasse W. G.
Lindauer Dornier Gesellschaft mbH
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