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Number: 57/131
Name: Textiles: spinning, twisting, and twining > Apparatus and processes > Elements > Receiving elements > Whirl driven > With yarn holding means
Description: Elements adapted to engage and hold the strand during doffing, starting or other operations. These devices are primarily intended to insure proper starting of the strand on its receiver.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6085511 Underwinding-thread clamp for a ring-spinning or ring-twisting machine Jul. 11, 2000
5528892 Flexible textile spindle assembly Jun. 25, 1996
4196575 Method for transfer of a fiber roving from a completed bobbin package to an empty tube on a spinning preparatory machine Apr. 8, 1980
3967440 Device for cutting a tail-end of a yarn package formed on a base portion of each spindle in a textile machine Jul. 6, 1976











 
 
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