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Number: 112/80.72
Name: Sewing > Special machines > Embroidering > Tufting (replacing subclass 79) > Including specific yarn manipulating, cutting, or treating means > Feed via intermeshing slats
Description: Device for advancing the strand including two sets of bars, one set of which overlaps and opposes a second set in an intermeshing area, each bar having a projected edge which contacts the strand when in the intermeshing area. The two sets of bars are driven to advance the strand by alternately passing the strand from a projected edge of one bar of the one set to a projected edge of an opposing bar of the second set.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4245574 Tufted fabric and method and apparatus for making same Jan. 20, 1981
4018171 Yarn tensioning means for tufting machines Apr. 19, 1977

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