Great Iron Manufactory

1856 Scientific American  
� ticntifit �m£ritan+ of the next, and consequently the pair of spring, 17, connected with the lever hy a rod, crimpers when in position for crimping one 18. wire, are not in position to crimp the next. Having descrihed the several parts of the To correct this, the crimpers receive a move-machine and their duties and individual opera ment laterally to the warp, hetween every two tions, we will hriefly describe the weaviug successive filling and crimping operations, the process. The warp wire
more » ... s. The warp wire having been stcured extent of such movement being equal to the in the carriage before described, the pawls, Z, distances between the warp wires. To effect are thrown in gear and motion is communica this lateral movement, the shafts, N"', M*, and ted to the driving shaft to start again. When M*', are all fi tted 80 as to be capable of sliding the lay is thrown back ready for its prepara in their respective bearings, and the shafts, Nm tory and least for ward advance, the shed is and M*, are connected to an upright rod, p , open and filling wire is put in. The prepara
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican02091856-172b fatcat:nrdk2qch6necbbze3no4itkokm