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- Bogdan, J.F.
- Textile research journal 1955 v.25 no.5 pp. 377-385
- carding; fabrics; textile fibers; wastes; yarns
- ... Carding wastes can be reduced on the average by about one-half (23/4 % of lap weight) without lowering yarn appearance or yarn strength. Flat strips and motes and fly comprise about 3/4 of the total carding wastes; it is in the control of these wastes that the greatest saving is realized. ...
- Kyame, George J.; Mayer, Mayer
- Textile research journal 1955 v.25 no.5 pp. 476-480
- carding; cleaning; cotton; fabrics; textile fibers
- ... A detailed description is given of an experimental machine somewhat similar to a downstroke buckley-type cleaner, but with the customary beater replaced with a licker-in type of carding cylinder. Also described is an improved feed system using a novel type of roll, called an "anti-pluck" roll. The new feed roll permits rapidly advancing a relatively thin layer of cotton to the carding cylinder, wh ...