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Title: Wrap Spinning: Principles and Development
Authors: Brydon, AG
Van der Merwe, JP
Keywords: Wrap spinning
Continuous filament
Issue Date: Feb-1986
Series/Report no.: Wol
Abstract: A wrap yarn is a composite structure comprising a core of twisted or twisted fibres bound by a yarn or continuous filament. The term wrap yarn therefore include yarns produced by the hollow spindle method as well as similar structure such as selfil and Repco wrapped yarns, but does not, however, include structure such as Dref. Wrap yarn were produced more than a century ago by the woven horse hair interlining trade.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/4717
ISBN: 0 7988 3215 0
Appears in Collections:South African wool and textile research institute of the CSIR
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