Model of a Power loom for plain weaving

Made:
1857 in Oldham

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Model scale 1:3 of a power loom for simple plain weaving made by Messrs. Sevill and Woolstenhulme, Oldham,
Science Museum Group Collection
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Model scale 1:3 of a power loom for simple plain weaving made by Messrs. Sevill and Woolstenhulme, Oldham, Manchester,
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Model scale 1:3 of a power loom for simple plain weaving made by Messrs. Sevill and Woolstenhulme, Oldham,
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Model scale 1:3 of a power loom for simple plain weaving made by Messrs. Sevill and Woolstenhulme, Oldham,
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Model scale 1:3 of a power loom for simple plain weaving made by Messrs. Sevill and Woolstenhulme, Oldham,
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Model scale 1:3 of a power loom for simple plain weaving made by Messrs. Sevill and Woolstenhulme, Oldham,
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Model scale 1:3 of a power loom for simple plain weaving made by Messrs. Sevill and Woolstenhulme, Oldham,
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Model, scale 1:3, of a power loom for simple plain weaving made by Messrs. Sevill and Woolstenhulme, Oldham, Manchester, England, 1857. This loom gives the most elementary kind of weaving in which weft crosses over and under the warps alternately and was the type used extensively for calico weaving. There is an arrangement for stopping the loom automatically if the shuttle does not reach its box after each pick, and if the weft should break then a weft fork device which is normally balanced to rest on the unbroken thread falls and operates cut off machinery to stop the loom.

One third scale model of a power loom for simple plain weaving made by Messrs. Sevill and Woolstenhulme in 1857. This loom gives the most elementary kind of weaving in which weft crosses over and under the warps alternately and was the type used extensively for calico weaving. There is an arrangement for stopping the loom automatically if the shuttle does not reach its box after each pick, and if the weft should break then a weft fork device which is normally balanced to rest on the unbroken thread falls and operates cut off machinery to stop the loom.

Details

Category:
Textiles Machinery
Object Number:
1874-149
Materials:
cast iron, cast steel, cotton textile, wood
type:
model
status:
Permanent collection

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