Warping is the process by which a set of parallel threads are placed vertically on the loom and the weft is placed horizontally to weave the desired fabric.

The sectional warp is made up of a bobbin creel, an intermediary drum and a folding machine.

To make the folds, the winding of the creel threads is carried out, usually between 400-800 threads on the drum in strips. These girdles cover the entire drum to perform the operation.

Lastly the threads are folded onto the base where they will be placed on the loom.

At Comercial de Urdidos we pay close attention to the choice of threads, their tension, their overall distribution as well as the warping and folding speed. All this is thanks to the experience of our human team.