Commit 03c62d9b authored by Alexandre Kaspar's avatar Alexandre Kaspar

Some weaving warp/weft figures

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...@@ -140,7 +140,10 @@ Terms: ...@@ -140,7 +140,10 @@ Terms:
* **Beating-up**: the process of compacting the weft to create a woven structure with correct tension * **Beating-up**: the process of compacting the weft to create a woven structure with correct tension
<a data-caption="Alexandre Kaspar 2019"> <a data-caption="Alexandre Kaspar 2019">
<img src="images/topology_woven.png" width="200" /> <img src="images/topology_woven.png" width="300" />
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<a data-caption="Example of plain weave, by Ryj, CC BY-SA 3.0" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?curid=37702470">
<img src="images/weaving_warp_weft.jpg" width="400" />
</a> </a>
Weaving is a parallel process through which one or multiple weft threads are woven in between columns of warp threads. Weaving is a parallel process through which one or multiple weft threads are woven in between columns of warp threads.
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<img src="images/weaving_heddles.jpg" height="400" /> <img src="images/weaving_heddles.jpg" height="400" />
</a> </a>
One inconvenience of weaving machines is that they require a complex setup to prepare the warp threads (easily thousands of them) and their tensioning, before anything can be done. One typical complication with weaving machines is that they require a complex setup to prepare the warp threads (easily thousands of them) and their tensioning, before anything can be done.
<a data-caption="(c) Alex Zimmer, 2018"> <a data-caption="(c) Alex Zimmer, 2018">
<img src="images/weaving_warping_machine.jpg" width="600" /> <img src="images/weaving_warping_machine.jpg" width="600" />
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Various types of woven patterns can be created, typically designed by using binary codes to select which warps are up (versus down) over time.
Simples ones are shown here.
### <a id="lace">Lace</a> ### <a id="lace">Lace</a>
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