By Nancy Nehring
Красивые пуговицы, сделанные своими руками, украсят любую одежду. В книге представлена большая коллекция пуговиц из ниток, тесьмы, кружева. Даны четкие схемы и описания.
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The oil brake 6 serves to damp the stroke. The projectile’s stroke time, that is the insertion time, is adjusted by modifying the torsion angle of the bar through an angular shift of the anchorage point, which has proper adjustment windows. Insertion cycle of the projectile machine The schemes in Fig. 50 show the insertion cycle of the projectile machine: a) The projectile 1 is put in launching position; the weft is hold at its end by the weft carrier 2 and is controlled by the weft tensioner 3, by the weft brake 4 and by the eyelet 7 situated in proximity of the feeding bobbin 8; b) The weft carrier 2 gets open after the projectile clamp has got hold of the end of the weft thread; c) The projectile 1 is launched and crosses the shed dragging with itself the weft, while the weft tensioner 3 and the weft brake 4 operate in a way as to minimize the stress on the yarn (the critical phases are particularly the initial acceleration phase and the final stop phase in the collector box); d) The projectile 1 on the one hand and the weft carrier 2 on the other take up the right position to build up the selvedge, while the tensioner arm opens to adjust the weft tension; e) The weft carrier 2 closes while the selvedge clamps 5 get hold of the weft thread on both sides and the projectile clamp is opened to release the weft end; f) The thread is cut by the scissors 6 on the launching side, while the projectile 1 is placed in the transport chain; 39 g) The weft is beaten by the reed, while the weft carrier 2 moves back to its initial position and the weft tensioner 3 opens further to recover the thread piece and to keep it under tension.
91 − Board computer equipped with memory card The main operations which can be carried out by simply keying in the value of the desired parameter on the keyboard of the electronic control unit are: • selection and modification of the weft density with running machine, as both the motor driving the take-up roller (sand roll) and the motor driving the warp beam are electronically controlled and synchronized one another. This permits also to combine a programmed automatic pick finding, obtained through correction programs based on the characteristics of the fabric in production, in order to prevent formation of starting marks (after machine stops); • electronic selection and control of warp tension through a load cell situated on the back rest roller, which last detects continuously the tension value.
This permits the processor to control the movements of the warp beam and of the take-up roller, ensuring a constant tension throughout the weaving operation (fig. 93); • programming of the electronic dobby and of the electronic weft colors selector; • programming and managing of nozzle pressure and blowing time in air jet weaving machines; • selection and variation of the working speed, as the machines are provided with a frequency converter (inverter) which permits to modify at will the speed of the driving asynchronous motor; • statistics; • monitoring; • managing/programming of all machine functions.
50 Heirloom Buttons to Make by Nancy Nehring