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Fine weaving of Jacquard loom sarees online

The Jacquard loom is a mechanical loom, invented by Joseph Marie Jacquard, first demonstrated in 1801, that simplifies the process of manufacturing textiles with complex patterns such as brocade, damask and matelasse. The loom was controlled by a chain of cards a number of punched cards laced together into a continuous sequence.

The punching of cards done in multiple rows of holes were one can complete the cards. Several such paper cards, generally white in color, can be seen in the images below. Chains, like the much later paper tape, allowed sequences of any length to be constructed, not limited by the size of a cards. The inventions by Frenchmen Basile Bouchon (1725), jean Baptiste Falcon (1728) and Jacques Vaucanson (1740). The mechanism of inventions of jacquard shedding made possible weaving. The shedding made possible the automatic production of unlimited varieties of pattern weaving. The term Jacquard is not specific or limited to any particular loom. But rather refers to the added control mechanism that automates the patterning. The process can also be used for patterned knitwear and machine-knitted textiles, such as jerseys. Further original jacquard machines were mechanical and the fabric design was stored in a series of punched cards which were joined together to form a continuous chain. The jacquards often were small and only independently controlled a relatively few warp ends. This insists a number of repeats across the loom width. The enormous capacity machines, or the use of multiple machine allowed greater control with fewer repeats, and hence larger designs to be woven across the loom width. A workplace must choose looms and shedding mechanisms to meet its commercial requirements. As a rule the more warp control required the greater the expense. Economically to buy the jacquard machines a loom attachment for weaving small figures. As well as the capital expense, the jacquard machines are costly to maintain. Weaving has become more costly because of the dobby faults or cam shedding. Also, the looms will not run as fast and down time will increase as it takes time to change the continuous chain of cards when a design changes. It is best to weave as the larger batch sizes with mechanical jacquards.

Further more the looms provides different varieties of designer sarees. The cotton sarees are one among the fabric were weaving takes place on the loom. The designs are produce on the fabric with simple dots or buttis of zari. These avoids the need for repeats and symmetrical designs and allows almost infinite versatility. The computer-controlling machines reduce the down time associated with changing punched paper designs.

There are linen products which are connected with jacquard weaving are linen damask napery, Jacquard apparel fabrics and bed linen. This type of weaving of course uses all sorts of fibers and blends of fibers for production. It is the jacquard head that adapts to a great many dobby looms such as the Dornier brand that allow the weaving machine to then create the intricate patterns often seen in Jacquard weaving. Furthermore the unnati silk provide very good qualities of jacquard loom cotton sarees all over India and abroad. This is one of the best online shop to buy a saree through the internet. The shop that gives you very varieties of cotton and silk sarees online. Unnati Silks, has trendy designs, attractive patterns, in pleasing colours and combinations in its wide collection of jacquard loom cotton sarees and Sarees, at very reasonable prices.