Modern Cotton Spinning Machinery, Its Principles and Construction by Joseph Nasmith

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Author Nasmith, Joseph, 1850-1904
LoC No. 03031712
Title Modern Cotton Spinning Machinery, Its Principles and Construction
Contents Introductory -- The structure of cotton -- Ginning and mixing machines -- The opening machine -- The scutching machine -- The carding machine -- Card cloting, grinding, and stripping machines -- The combing machine -- The drawing machine -- Slubbing and roving machines -- The mule -- The ring spinning machine -- Reeling, winding, gassing, and spooling machines -- Miscellaneous machines and accessories -- Appendix: Description of the arrangement of machinery in the mill of the Standard Spinning Company, Limited, Rochdale -- List of illustrations -- Glossary.
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Language English
LoC Class TS: Technology: Manufactures
Subject Cotton spinning
Subject Cotton machinery
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