dobby loom


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dobby loom

[′däb·ē ‚lüm]
(textiles)
A weaving loom on which small all-over designs, dots, and stripes can be made in raised woven or self-color effects by means of special attachments.
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The extremely compact installation uses the same floor footprint as a dobby loom and maintains the weaving alley layout in the weaving mill.
An advanced computer controlled dobby loom, preferably with a rapier weft insertion is required.
Dobby General term for fabrics woven on the dobby loom.
Bringing in some new dobby looms gives us the ability to weave different style fabrics that we haven't done before.