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What is "Section Warping" - Definition & Explanation

a) Yorkshire Warping, Scotch Warping and Silk-System Warping

A two-stage machine method of preparing a warp on beam and that consists of:

1. winding the warp in sections onto a reel (drum, mill or swift); or 2. beaming-off the complete warp from the reel onto a warp beam.

b) A Two-Stage Machine Method of preparing a warp on beam and that consists of:

1. winding "section" beams; or 2. assembling "section" beams in "warp-beam" form.

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