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What is "Air Jet Loom" - Definition & Explanation

A loom in which the weft yarn is propelled through the shed by means of a jet of air.
A shuttleless loom capable of very high speeds that uses an air jet to propel the filling yarn through the shed.
A loom using a jet of air to carry the yarn through the shed.

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