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Certified Frame Loom Weaver

How It Works

  1. 1. Select Certification & Register
  2. 2. Receive a.) Online e Learning Access (LMS)    b.) Hard copy - study material
  3. 3. Take exam online anywhere, anytime
  4. 4. Get certified & Increase Employability

Test Details

  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • No. of questions: 50
  • Maximum marks: 50, Passing marks: 25 (50%).
  • There is NO negative marking in this module.
  • Online exam.

Benefits of Certification

Rs.3,499 /-

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Trade Employable Skills does effective assessment and certification of candidates in different trade disciplines like Electrical, Electronics, Agriculture, Chemical, Automobile, IT, etc to make them job ready.

Why should one take this certification?

To demonstrate clear understanding and practical aspects and to get a visible recognition for this knowledge.

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Khadi vis-à-vis textile industry for cotton polyvastra yarn

  • Natural fibres used in khadi industries .
  • Cotton.
  • Jute.
  • Flax.
  • Coir.
  • Silk.
  • Woolen.
  • Khadi fabric production.

Cotton polyvastra yarn production

  • Brief on khadi yarn production.
  • Hand picking of the cotton bolls.
  • Hand picking.
  • Ginning.
  • Opening and cleaning.
  • Carding.
  • Combing and drawing.
  • Spinning.
  • Hand spinning.
  • Hand spinning.
  • Yarn.
  • Quality of a good yarn.
  • Types of yarn faults.
  • Slub.
  • Snarl.
  • Crackers.
  • Hairiness.
  • Thick places.
  • Thin places.
  • Neppy yarn.
  • Count of yarn.
  • Direct system.
  • Indirect system.
  • English yarn count system.
  • Indirect system.
  • Importance of twist in yarn.
  • The direction and amount of twist.
  • Effect of twist on staple yarn properties.
  • Types of yarn twist.
  • Napping twist.
  • Average twist.
  • Voile twist.
  • Crepe twist.

Winding  for cotton polyvastras yarn.

  • Type of yarn used in khadi.
  • Count range of khadi yarn.
  • Characteristics of khadi yarn.
  • Hank winding (reeling)
  •  Warppreparation.
  • Warp making.
  • Definition.
  • Objective of warping.
  • Construction of warping machine.
  • Important requirement of warping process.
  • Ball warping.
  • Mill warping.
  • Sectional warping.
  • Beam warping.
  • Winding of yarn on bobbin.
  • Winding yarn in the double flanged bobbin.

Sectional warping process for cotton polyvastra yarn

  • Warping – using sectional warping machine.
  • Sectional warping.
  • Sizing.
  • Drawing in.
  • Denting.
  • Gaiting up.
  • Warp beam preparation.

Piran winding process for cotton polyvastra yarn

  • Pirn winding process.
  • Creel.
  • Pirn holders.
  • Broken thread stop motion.
  • Tension devices.
  • Traverse motion and layer locking device.
  • Bunch building machanisam.
  • Diameter controller.
  • Fill pirn stop motion.
  • Driving arrangement.
  • Process of weaving plain weave for cotton polyvastra yarn
  • Loom.
  • Sequence of weaving preparatory process.
  • Sizing.
  • Yarn sizing and sizing process.
  • Hank sizing process.
  • Size solution preparation.
  • Yarn sizing.
  • Street sizing process.
  • Materials used in size solution.
  • Types of adhesive.
  • Natural adhesives.
  • Additives
  • Lubricants or softeners
  • Tallow.
  • Soap.
  • Japan wax.
  • Weft preparation weft winding:
  • Warping.
  • Sectional warping.
  • Sizing.
  • Drawing in.
  • Denting.
  • Gaiting up.
  • Motions of weaving.
  • The primary motions of weaving are the following.
  • The secondary motions are the following.
  • Beating – up.
  • Let off motion.
  • Working of different types of primary, secondary and auxiliary.
  • Loom timings.
  • Elementary weaves and weaving the same with different types of  yarns for various end uses.
  • Elementary weaves.
  • Plain weave.
  • Characteristics of plain weave.
  • Fabrics with plain weave.
  • Twill weave.
  • Characteristics of satin  weave.
  • Fabrics with satin weave.
  • Development of designs on point paper.
  • Method of representing the design in the point paper.
  • Point paper – or design paper.
  • Designation of a point paper.
  • Similarly.
  • Repeat.
  • Design.
  • Draft.
  • Methods of indicating the draft.
  • Importance of 5 wheel take – up motion.
  • Developing weave and its repeat on the point paper.
  • System of drafting.
  • Straight draft.
  • Pointed draft.
  • Basic weaves.
  • Plain weave
  • Characteristics of plain weave.
  • Modification of plain weave
  • Rib weave.
  • Matt or hospsack or dice or basket weaves.
  • Ornamentation 

Counting ends and picks for cotton polyvastra  Yarn

  • Counting ends and picks in the fabric
  • Mending defects in the fabric

Defects Lin Khadi Cloth for Cotton Polyvastra Yarn

  • Missing ends
  • Float
  • Weft crack or less pick
  • Crammed pick (patti)
  • Shuttle smash
  • Temple marks
  • Stains
  • Lashing
  • Hole in cloth
  • Care to be take while weaving

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