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Weaving Looms - Offering weaving looms , used weaving looms , textile weaving machines, second hand weaving looms like picanol machines, toyoda machines, sulzer ...

Loyal has 460 Air jet looms with a total production capacity of 2,25,000 meters of grey woven fabric per day with a dyeing capacity of 40,000 meters per day width of ...

Carolina Textile engages in the buying, selling, and brokering of used textile machinery. Carolina Textile specializes in used nonwoven machinery, but handles the ...

P.O. Box 77996 Charlotte, NC 28271-7022, U.S.A.
Phone: 704-243-0177.
Email:  info@CarolinaTextile.com  


Carolina Textile Machinery, Inc. (CTM) Was Organized To Fill A Void; A Service To The Textile Industry Internationally. CTM ís Prime Objective Is To Bring Together Seller And Potential Buyers Of Pre-Owned Textile Machinery And Plants. Our Staff Is Multilingual With Contacts Throughout The World. The Staff Is Made Up Of People Who Have Years Of Practical Experience In Textile Plant Operation And Are At Your Service To Guide And Make Recommendations, If Needed. If You Have A Specific Need In Textile Machinery And Our Listing Does Not Show Same, Please Contact Us by E-Mail at  info@CaroliinaTextile.com  .

A loom is a device used to weave cloth and tapestry. The basic purpose of any loom is to hold the warp threads under tension to facilitate the interweaving of the weft threads. The precise shape of the loom and its mechanics may vary, but the basic function is the same.

The word "loom" is derived from the Old English "geloma" formed from ge-(perfective prefix) and " loma ", a root of unknown origin; this meant utensil or tool or machine of any kind. In 1404 it was used to mean a machine to enable weaving thread into cloth. [1] By 1838 it had gained the meaning of a machine for interlacing thread.

Weaving is done by intersecting the longitudinal threads, the warp , i.e. "that which is thrown across", [2] with the transverse threads, the weft , i.e. "that which is woven".