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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 3, March 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Automatic Cheese Winding Assistance For Dyeing Industries

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AUTHOR(S)

J. Indra, P.J. Arun Prabhu, K. Hemaavardthini, R. Keerthana, S. Lavanya

 

KEYWORDS

Cheese, Dyeing, Locking, Non-woven paper, Winding, Yarn

 

ABSTRACT

The design and fabrication of cheese winding assistance machine is useful to wind the non-woven paper and the thread over the cheese. In dyeing industries, a cylindrical spring tube called cheese is used over which the yarn to be dyed is winded. A non-woven paper and a thread have to be wound on the cheese so that the yarn is not damaged by the steel structure. This is mainly done to reduce yarn wastage. The above said process is done manually in all the dyeing industries that has cheese winding machines. This involves man power which doesn’t require any special skill. Also, this process is a time-consuming one. This project aims to eliminate the man power; reduce the time consumes and to increase the productivity.

 

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