Jacquard


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Related to Jacquard: Jacquard loom, Joseph Marie Jacquard
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French inventor of the Jacquard loom that could automatically weave complicated patterns (1752-1834)

a highly figured fabric woven on a Jacquard loom

a loom with an attachment for forming openings for the passage of the shuttle between the warp threads

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As the perfect complement to its Jacquard machines, Staubli offers the MX module.
The Project Jacquard Levi's Commuter Trucker Jacket is the host for a Bluetooth-connected module that you can control with gestures on the fabric.
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Garnier Thiebaut and Le Jacquard Francais table lines are yarn-dyed woven damasks.
It's a unique product offered in our exclusive jacquard patterns," he said.
Thalia models yellow palm beach shorts [euro]40, pink palm beach top [euro]40 and gold shell necklace, [euro]17 Sinead, left, models a marble Jacquard T-shirt [euro]56, marble Jacquard pencil skirt [euro]62, marble Jacquard coat [euro]106 and shell necklace [euro]28.
China) present a novel design concept and associated principles and methods for producing complex jacquard textiles, with their intricate weaves, through a layered-combination design that "differs from the traditional plane design method in that the mixed colour numbers on the face of the created digital jacquard fabric could be up to mega level in theory.
This long black and cobalt blue velvet jacquard coat has fantastic detail for the money.
The company described the design in Ghislaine as "a timeless jacquard with a touch of sparkle.
The store's first floor has pretty floor cushions in brocade with jacquard prints, priced upwards of Rs 295.
Each step from Jacquard to the present has been a fusion of deep abstract theorizing and the devising of intricate engineering processes.
History enthusiast Essinger tracks the evolution of Jacquard's machine, a set of punched cards that directed patterns produced on silk looms, finding that Jacquard adapted (but did not invent) the system primarily to corner the silk weaving market.
But, as Essinger explains, French inventor Joseph-Marie Jacquard did just that with his amazing machine.