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Parallel Winding

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  • FM1

    Manual high-speed parallel winder

    • Tubes

      or cops are the most flexible base for a wide range of package shapes (e.g.: cylindrical - no taper / biconical - double taper / single taper / bottle shape), depending on the winding unit (type of winding)

    • Spools

      or flanged bobbins are used for parallel winded yarn packages

    • FilamentYarnFilament Yarn

      Synthetic yarn composed of one or more filaments that run the whole length of the yarn. Yarns of one filament are referred to as mono-filament; yarns of several filaments as multi-filament.

    • SpunYarnSpun yarn

      Textile yarn spun and twisted from staple length fiber, either natural or synthetic.

    • COCotton

      Natural fibre from the cotton plant which is spun into fine yarn.

    • WOWool

      Animal fibre; most commonly used to mean the yarn spun from the sheep.

    • POYPartially oriented yarn

      Also known as Polyester POY, it is the primary form of Polyester yarn. POY is the first form of yarn made by spinning Polyester PET Chips. Mainly used for texturizing.

    • FDY / FOYFully Drawn Yarns

      Obtained by further spinning, stretching of synthetic filament. The fiber has been fully stretched. FDY can be used directly in the textile process.

    • DTYDrawn Textured Yarn

      Made from Polyester POY by simultaneously twisting & drawing. DTY yarn is mainly used in weaving and knitting.

    • PANPolyacryl

      Synthetic fiber made from a polymer (Polyacrylonitrile, also known as Creslan61). PAN belongs to the family of acrylic resins. It is a hard, rigid thermoplastic material that is resistant to most solvents & chemicals, slow to burn and of low permeability to gases.

    • PET / PESPolyester

      Synthetic fiber made from a thermoplastic polymer that contain the ester functional group in their main chain. Most commonly refers to a type called polyethylene terephthalate (PET) or polyethylene succinate (PES) with a melting point from 103 – 106°C

    • PPPolypropylene (PP)

      Polypropylene is a thermoplastic polymer used in a wide variety of applications including packaging and labeling, textiles (e.g., ropes, thermal underwear and carpets), stationery, plastic parts and reusable containers of various types, laboratory equipment, loudspeakers, automotive components, and polymer banknotes. An addition polymer made from the monomer propylene, it is rugged and unusually resistant to many chemical solvents, bases and acids.

    • PAPolyamid

      Also known as Nylon. PA consists of chemical fibres and are obtained from synthetic polymers. Polyamid is very resistant and tear proof as well as elastic, stretchable and takes just a little moisture up. In addition it is extensively crease-resistant and drip-dry.

    • PBTPolybutylene Terephthalate

      PBT is similar to other thermoplasic polyesters. Compared to PET, PBT has a slightly lower strenth and rigidity, but a better impact resistance. The yarn has a natural stretch and can be incorporated into sports wear (most common found in swimwear).

    • SESilk

      Natural protein fiber composed mainly of fibroin. Silk is produced by several insects, but generally only the silk of moth caterpillars has been used for textile manufacturing.

    • ARAramid

      Aramid is the short term for aromatic polyamide. They are fibres, in which the chain molecules are highly oriented along the fibre axis, so the strength of the chemical bond can be exploited. The fibre is heat-resistant and of great strength. Aramid is used in materials for bulletproof vests and radial tires.

    • CVViscose

      Viscose, formerly known as viscose rayon, is made by treating cellulose with caustic alkali solution and carbon disulphide. It is a soft fibre commonly used in dresses, linings, shirts, shorts, coats, jackets, and other outerwear.

    The flexible and innovative concept of the manual FM1 preciflex™ permits the cost efficient preparation of flanged bobbin for the covering and twisting process. During the development process particular attention was given to achieving low energy consumption (even at high winding speeds) as well as superior packages for improved unwinding performance during covering. Higher machine efficiency, lower costs and improved yarn quality are the benefits.

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    Technical data FM1

    Type of winding

    p and q parallel winding

    Winding speed

    up to 1800 m/min (practical winding speed, depending on quality of supply yarn / package and winding parameters)

    Max. spindle speed

    16800 min-1


    individual / frequency inverter

    Package shape

    freely programmable

    Traverse length

    25…165 mm infinitely

    Take-up tube dimensions
    (max. L / min. ID / max. AD)

    180 mm / 30 mm / 165 mm
    (other dimensions on request)

    Take-up tubes

    double and single flanged bobbins, mini cops

    Supply package diameter / height

    – crosswound packages 250 mm / 290 mm
    – cops 140 mm / 340 mm


    filament yarns (FDY, DTY, POY), staple yarns

    Yarn count

    – FDY, DTY, staple yarns: up to 1000 dtex
    – POY (with optional cold drawing roller): 11...40 dtex

    Tension range

    3...100 cN or 3...200 cN (depending on yarn count)


    double sided

    No. of spindles per section


    min./max. No. of spindles

    18 / 108


    245 mm

    Power consumption

    40 W per spindle at 1600 m/min

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