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What is "Beam Warping" - Definition & Explanation

The transferring of YARN from BOBBINS or CHEESES onto a WARP or SECTION BEAM in the form of a wide sheet. Several of these BEAMS are run through the SLASHING MACHINE to make one LOOM BEAM.

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