1/3 - UNRAVELING OF SINGLE END YARNS
CONVENTIONAL METHODS
  METHOD
For a fabric to be unraveled, the yarns from the loops of the fabric should be stretched according to the reverse knitting sequence. There should be some gap between the yarns to be unraveled for not to be tangled each other. This situation is vital to make the unraveling process fluently. IntelliWinder® has automated, intelligent function to calculate the reverse knitting sequence and the necessary delay between unraveling yarns. (Patented)
By the conventionall methods, after the unraveling process of a single yarn is finished at the end of the row, the tension remaining on the yarn causes pulling the yarn from the successive loops on the fabric. This event decreases the size of those loops. These small loops avoid the unraveling of the other loops. Then the tangles, damage on the yarn and even breaking of the yarn happens. This problem is very common for any kind of yarn.
After the unraveling process of a single yarn is finished at the end of the row, the tension remaining on the yarn is completely eliminated automatically by means of genuine mechanisms on IntelliWinder®. Then, the tension on the active yarn helps the necessary yarn is supplied from the slackened yarns to the small loops for to be enlarged enough to release the tangled loops. After all the loops are unraveled, obviously the yarns should be stretched according to the correct yarn sequence. IntelliWinder® performs all these functions and find the yarn sequence. (Patented)
 
 
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