Pattern guide bars

On conventional multi guide bar machines, pattern guide bars are only required to supply one thread each for a pattern repeat width. Different yarn counts or types are used to achieve greater effect. To use ordinary guide bars for this purpose would be uneconomical as their weight would lower the machine speed. Also, only about eight to thirteen shogging or displacement positions are available so the patterning capabilities would be severely restricted.

Instead, light-weight pattern guide bars are used that have drilled holes to which finger guides are screw-attached, only at the required spacing for the pattern. These bars are indirectly shogged by a lever arrangement (B) at a rate of one link per course (C), both for inlay and for fall-plate or embroidery patterning [1] (Fig. 28.2). In the last 2 cases, an automatic overlap mechanism is used.

Ground drive E

Ground drive E

Fig. 28.2 Automatic overlap guide bar drive.
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