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Braiding technology for textiles, Y. Kyosev

Braiding technology for textiles
Braiding technology for textiles
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Y. Kyosev
Braided fabrics are made by interlacing yarns or strips of fabric. Braiding produces a wide range of structures for technical textile applications from medical sutures to cables for anchoring ships. Written by one of the world's leading experts in the field, the book reviews the basic principles, design and processes used in braiding. The book also discusses specialised braiding techniques such as spiral braiding and lace technology. Provides a solid foundation in the fundamentals of braiding design, processes and machinery Covers the patterning of braided products and the structural and c
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Woodhead Publishing series in textiles
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no. 158
Braiding technology for textiles, Y. Kyosev
Braiding technology for textiles, Y. Kyosev
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  • Cover; Braiding Technology for Textiles; Copyright; Contents; Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles; Preface; Dedication; Acknowledgements; 1 Introduction: the main types of braided structure usingmaypole braiding technology; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Maypole braiding; 1.3 Spiral braiding; 1.4 Lace braiding; 1.5 Bobbinet machines; 1.6 Cartesian braiding; 1.7 Machine and product classification; 1.8 Sources of further information and advice; References; Part One Patterning and design of braided structuresmanufactured using maypole braiding technology; 2 Patterning of braided products
  • 2.1 Introduction2.2 Horn gears; 2.3 Carrier and bobbin arrangement; 2.4 Structural and pattern representation of maypole braids; 2.5 Braiding pattern basics; 2.6 Pattern type and carrier arrangement; 2.7 Quality and length issues of using ply yarns; References; 3 Structural design of flat and tubular braids; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Flat braids; 3.3 Application examples; 3.4 Tubular braids; 3.5 Advanced patterning; References; 4 Colour design of tubular braids; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Colour patterning basics; 4.3 General remarks about the colour design of tubular braids
  • 4.4 Pattern development sequence for tubular braids4.5 Common patterns for tubular structures; 4.6 Conclusions; 4.7 Sources of further information and advice; References; 5 Colour design of flat braids; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Basics of colour patterning of flat braids; 5.3 Pattern development sequence for flat braids; 5.4 Popular patterns for flat structures with a floating length of 1; 5.5 Popular patterns for flat structures with a floating length of 2 (2:2-1); 5.6 Popular patterns for flat structures with a floating length of 3 (3:3-1); 5.7 Conclusions
  • 5.8 Sources of further information and adviceReferences; Part Two Maypole braiding machines and mechanics; 6 Braiding machine components; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Carrier motion systems; 6.3 Track plate; 6.4 Braiding zone and the take-off; 6.5 Additional elements in the braiding machine; 6.6 Some special configurations; 6.7 Sources of further information and advice; References; 7 Carriers for braiding machines; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Carrier features; 7.3 Yarn length compensation devices; 7.4 Bobbin brakes and bobbin form; 7.5 Yarn guides (eyelets, rollers, other elements)
  • 7.6 Carrier modifications for special applications or materials7.7 Sources of further information and advice; References; 8 The mechanics of the braiding process; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 Braiding point parameters; 8.3 Forces on the braid building yarn segment; 8.4 Relationship between take-off velocity and braiding angle; 8.5 Braid tension variances during tubular braiding and overbraiding; 8.6 Influence of the braiding needles over the braiding process of flat braids; 8.7 Bobbin winding tension and the braiding process; 8.8 Braiding tension influences over the braided product
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