Financed by the European Regional Development Fund and Interreg Italy-Austria V-A 2014-2020
Here you will find a list of the museum's various info points.
Textile fibres are the raw materials from which a yarn can be made.
The machine's function is to give an initial opening to the wool flakes and free them from impurities.
This group of machines performs a fundamental operation in the textile cycle: carding.
The machine has the function of stretching the roving, twisting and winding the yarn on a bobbin.
It is used to prepare the fibres for combed spinning.
It is used for stretching tapes, forming rovings and winding them, in pairs, onto a rigid support with the formation of bobbins.
The function of the combing machine is to parallelise the fibres, eliminate short fibres below a set length by regulation, eliminate vegetable and residual impurities and buttons.
The function of the spinning machine is to stretch the roving, twist the yarn and wind it onto a bobbin.
It is used for stretching ribbons, twisting with roving formation and winding on bobbins.
The machine prepares a cylindrical flanged bobbin pack with the yarn ready for twisting.
In 1801 J. M. Jacquard developed a warp movement system that controlled a large number of threads independently.
The shuttle loom was used for weaving light cotton articles (cotton, artificial, synthetic and mixed).