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Deutsch: Teile eines Schaftwebstuhls.
English: Elements of a foot-treadle floor loom.
Français : Métier à tisser horizontal.
Polski: Poziomy warsztat tkacki.
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Deutsch[edit]

Teile eines Schaftwebstuhls
Warsztat.svg
  1. Rahmen
  2. Sitz für den Weber
  3. Kettbaum
  4. Kettfäden
  5. Streichwalze (auch Streichbaum, Streichriegel)
  6. Teilstäbe (auch Kreuzstäbe, Kreuzleisten)
  7. Schaft mit Litzen
  8. Litzenauge
  9. Weberschiffchen mit Schussfaden
  10. Fach (auch Webfach)
  11. Gewebe
  12. Brustbaum (auch Brustriegel)
  13. Ladenarm (auch Ladenstelzen, Ladenschenkel)
  14. Lagerung der Lade mit Verstellmöglichkeit
  15. Ladenbalken mit Ladenbahn
  16. Fußpedale (auch Tritte) zum Bewegen der Schäfte
  17. Warenbaum (auch Tuchbaum, Zeugbaum)

English[edit]

Elements of a foot-treadle floor loom:
Warsztat.svg
  1. Wood frame
  2. Seat for weaver
  3. Warp beam
  4. Warp threads
  5. Back beam or platen
  6. Rods – used to make a shed
  7. Heddle bar
  8. Heddle- the eye
  9. Shuttle with weft yarn
  10. Shed
  11. Completed fabric
  12. Breast beam
  13. Batten with reed comb
  14. Batten adjustment
  15. Lathe
  16. Treadles
  17. Cloth roll

Polski[edit]

Poziomy warsztat tkacki
Warsztat.svg
  1. drewniany szkielet
  2. ławka dla tkacza.
  3. wałek osnowowy
  4. nitki osnowy
  5. przewał – belka lub wałek zmieniający kierunek biegu osnowy
  6. drążki rozdielcze – rozdzielające nitki osnowy
  7. rama nicielnicy
  8. struna nicielnicowa
  9. czółenko
  10. przesmyk
  11. tkanina
  12. przedpiersień – belka zmieniająca kierunek biegu tkaniny
  13. bidło
  14. łożysko bidła
  15. belka bidła
  16. podnóżki nicielnicowe
  17. wałek tkaninowy

Español[edit]

Elementos de un telar de suelo de pedal
Warsztat.svg
  1. Marco de madera
  2. Asiento para el tejedor
  3. Warp beam- let off
  4. Hilos de urdimbre
  5. Haz trasero o platena
  6. Varillas – usados para hacer una calada
  7. Marco de lizo - también denominado harnés
  8. Lizo- también denominado "el ojo"
  9. Lanzadera con hilo de trama
  10. Calada
  11. Tela completada
  12. Haz de pecho
  13. Batidora con peine de rejilla
  14. Ajuste de batidora
  15. Torno
  16. Pedales
  17. Receptor rodante de tejido

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