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textile machine


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n textile machine a machine for making textiles
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In literature:

PLANNING Machine shops, Boiler shops, Foundries, and manufactories of textile fabrics.
"Scientific American Supplement, No. 433, April 19, 1884" by Various
This applies only to textile manufactures, where machines must have room.
"Women Wage-Earners" by Helen Campbell
Perhaps the most delicate textile machine known, in its sensitiveness to heat and cold, is a lace machine.
"Textiles" by William H. Dooley
The development of the textile machines for cotton and wool spinning and weaving mark the beginning of the movement.
"The Principles of Economics" by Frank A. Fetter

In news:

The Javelin Pro eight-color/10-station automatic textile screen printing machine has recently been upgraded.
Uniquelami replaced its existing solvent-based laminating system with Web Processing's three-roll hot-melt lamination machine, which it is using to laminate textiles to nonwovens.
ERLANGER, KY-MAG Industrial Automation Systems, a machine tool and systems company, has donated a $100,000 state-of-the-art vertical machining center (VMC) to Philadelphia University's School of Engineering and Textiles.
It's fascinating to watch all the machinations about brands — old-timers as well as hopeful newbies — as they work their way through the home textiles community.
Roberts uses Photoshop and a textile-design software program called Eneas to convert CT scans and MRIs into patterns for knitting machines, which then make sweaters, dresses, skirts, etc.