Spinning

Spinning

Convert fibers into yarn, called spinning. Humans thousands of years ago it was discovered

If it parallels and flexes a piece of fibers by pulling it, the pressure and friction that occurs between the fibers cause them to interconnect and form a more resistant strand that is the same thread. This operation is the basis of converting fibers into yarns that are called spinning. Spinning is based on three principles:

Stretch and parallelize the fibers
Sparkling
Wrapping and producing yarn
Yarn spinning is one of the first industries people discovered and, using a simple wooden spit, was first able to blend countless fibers together with yarns. This spinning method continued for centuries, until the 14th century was the first step in the spinning technique, and in Europe and India, a more advanced type of spinning duct was invented and applied. In the 16th century, the new spinning wheel was made so that during the work both hands were free and could have mastered spinning. Finally, in the 18th century, the spinning machine was invented and the yarn making system was completely transformed. The invention of spinning machines has increased production speed and reduced costs, as well as increased product quality. It is clear that the machines used in spinning are completely different, depending on the type of thread they produce. For example, machines used to produce cotton yarns are not able to produce wool or silk threads.