Flow Chart of Weaving

What can be the flow chart of weaving?

Weaving is a process of producing fabric in which two separate sets of yarns are interlaced at right angles to form a fabric or cloth. In a weaving factory basically woven fabric are made. Basically the process of making woven fabric is known as weaving.


Flow chart of weaving

The process of weaving related with yarn form spinning, doubling & twisting, winding, creeling, warping, sizing, drawing-in/drafting-in, denting, looming, ltying-in, weaving and grey fabric. This process is shown in the following chart:

flow chart of weaving
Flow Chart of Weaving
  • Winding is the process of transferring yarn or thread from one type of package to another to type of package.
  • Sizing is the method of adapting material size on yarn. It is mainly used to twist yarn to attach the fiber together.
  • Warping is the process of using lengthwise yarns that are seized to form a frame or loom.
  • The denting plan indicates how each of yarn is pinched through a dent in the reed.
Flow Chart of Weaving

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