Flow Chart of Winding Process

Winding Process: 

Winding is the process of transferring yarn or thread from one type of package to another to facilitate subsequent processing. It is one of the most important operations, which is mainly occurred in the spinning section. The re-handling of yarn is an integral part of the fiber and textile industries. Not only must the package and the yarn itself be suitable for processing on the next machine in the production process, but also other factors such as packing cases, pressure due to winding tensioned, must be considered. Flow Chart of Winding Process is as follows:

Flow Chart of Winding Process
Yarn winding

Flow Chart of Winding Process

Yarn in ring bobbin



Yarn clearer device

Stopping device

Traversing guide


The formation of big yarn packages that can be smoothly unwound. The next process is known as winding. Winding is the most essential process in both yarn manufacturing and fabric manufacturing. The main purpose of winding is to make a suitable package for both woven and knitted fabric production. The most common packages are cone and cheese packages. Both packages are the cross-wound package.

Requirements Of Winding

  1. The fault level in the yarn must reduce to an acceptable level.
  2. Yarn must not damage in any way in the winding process.
  3. Yarn should wound in such a way as to permit unwinding with a minimum of difficulty at the required speeds.
  4. The package size, shape, and build have to the most technologically suitable for the particular end-use.
  5. The package size needs to controll to meet particular economic requirements.
  6. The winding operation must geare to give the best possible economic performance of the whole process of fabric manufacturing.

Objects Of Winding

  1. Transfer yarn from one package to another suitable package. This can conveniently use for the weaving process.
  2. Remove yarns’ fault like hairiness, naps, slabs, foreign matters.
  3. To-clean yarn.
  4. Increase the quality of yarn.
  5. To get a suitable package.
  6. To store the yarn.
Author of this Article: 
S. M. Hossen Uzzal
 Production Officer
 Monno Fabrics Ltd., Manikgonj
 Email: [email protected]

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