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Identifier: technologyoftext1889poss2 Title: Technology of textile design. Being a practical treatise on the construction and application of weaves for all textile fabrics, with minute reference to the latest inventions for weaving. Containing also an appendix showing the analysis and giving the calculations necessary for the manufacture of the various textile fabrics Year: 1889 (1880s) Authors: Posselt, E. A. (Emanuel Anthony), 1858-1921 Subjects: Textile fabrics Publisher: Philadelphia, Pub. by the author [etc.] London, S. Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, limited Contributing Library: Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Library Digitizing Sponsor: Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Library View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: he ^^^^reed where one, two or three dents are to be left empty. Warp-threads,I, 2, 3 are drawn together in one dent, as also warp-threads 4, 5and 6. Examining the weave, filling-ways, the break appears between picks 3—4 and6—7, etc. Picks i, 2, 3 intersect easily, and also in their turn after the break, picks 4, 5,6, to befollowed again by a break; picks 6 to 7 equal to 6 to I. Fig. 546 represents a general analysis of the weave, which will at once convey an idea ofthe method of arrangement and operation. ^ to <^, = 3 warp-threads for ist dent.^ to r, = space for 07ie (or two or more) empty dents.<: to ^, = 3 warp-threads for the 3d dent (or 4th, 5th, etc.).I From d to repeat of weave again (= a) leave space (empty dents) equal to the one left(^ from b to c. f a to e, = 2 picks for close work..s^ J ^ to /, = space for open work, equal to b, c in warp.t? \ f ^^ S^^ 3 picks for close work. 1^ From g to repeat of weave again (= a) leave space equal to the one left from e to/. { Text Appearing After Image: 12. 4 5 6 Fig. 547- I 45 8 DBBaBnoBnBBnBncB BBBBaGGGBBBBIjGna BBBB l< I I BBBBI i Jl U ^GBB B ...B BfliBi I .B B. .:b bB- b .b bbu GGu^BBBBGLjGgBBBBGGGGBBBBGGGGBBBB _BGGBGBBUBGGBGBBnGBBGBDGBGBBGBaGBaBBBBGGGGBBBBaaaaBBBBGGGGBBBBGDaa _GBBGBGGBUBBGBGGB5■^i..B BB_B <_B BBI IGGGGBBBBGGGGBBBBGGGGBBBBGGGGBBBBBGGBGBBGBGGBGBBOl n I I I I Fig. 548. ^GBBG f^\ BGOB GGGD ■ GGGD Q BGGB ■GGl GBBQ aaaa nacG BGGB GBBGabed Fig. 549. Fig. 547 illustrates the enlargement of a fabric produced on weave Fig. 545, under the pre-viously explained rules. As this figure cannot help but to explain itself, we will consider theimitation gauze-weave, produced upon 8-harness and 8 picks repeat, which is shown in Fig. 548. The lines for the warp ( | ) indicate operations as explained by Fig. 545, the break, hencethe place for one, two or more empty dents, so as to form the open work in the warp. Warp-threads I, 2, 3 and 4 are drawn together in one dent, also warp-threads 5, 6, 7 and 8, etc. Inthe filling Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.

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