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slub

[sləb]
(textiles)
A planned irregularity in yarn produced by alternately tightening and relaxing tensions during spinning.
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(Unit 2) Spindles PAGRI BRAND Yams, Core Spuns, Ring Slub Yams etc.
Bonded aviator jacket EUR29 with slub asymmetrical top, EUR6, and lambswool military cardigan EUR14.
Thanks to the integrated VARIOspin system for slub yarns, customers can change between standard and slub yarns simply at the touch of a button.
The softly layered haircuts are created using the slub cutting technique - a contemporary method of layering, inspired by the texture of slub silk.
The company has slub yarn capability and twisting equipment for plied yarns.
Manchester United supporters' slub spokesman Mark Longden has called for a sense of perspective when judging the incident.
The company also will introduce prints on textured cloths and more casual items on ottoman cloths and oxford base cloth that has a slub yarn.
* MOISTAIR(r) 6901 and 6901R: The automatic splicer for the Savio winders is considered as versatile and efficient splicer for a variety of yarns such as TENCEL(r) as well as single and dual core yarns (such as LYCRA(r)+ T 400 + cotton), very fine compact yarns, coarse and slub yarns and various blends in particular.
This article contributed Tomsic focuses on the TOMSIC REAL SHORT TERM CARD AUTOLEVELLER now offered with integrated SLUB INVENTOR.