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IPC 7
 
D03D-D03D04562
  D03D 47/00 - D03D 51/46  

SECTION D – TEXTILES; PAPER


D 03WEAVING


D 03 DWOVEN FABRICS; METHODS OF WEAVING; LOOMS


Notes

(1)Class D06 takes precedence over this subclass in respect of processes involving both weaving and finishing steps and in respect of the finished fabrics.

(2)A method of weaving is classified in the group designating the fabric woven unless the method is characterised by the operation of a particular loom rather than by the production of a particular fabric. In this case, the method is classified in the group for the loom.

(3)In this subclass, if there is any doubt as to which of the essential features is the most important (this is usually the most restrictive feature), the groups designating woven fabrics should be considered in the order in which they appear at each level of indentation, except that groups designating woven pile fabrics are to be considered as taking precedence over groups designating other woven fabrics.


Subclass Index

WOVEN FABRICS OR CORRESPONDING WEAVING METHODS 

Characterised by: the construction of the yarn or the material; their shape; their resiliency; their elasticity 

D03D 15/00; D03D 3/00; D03D 7/00; D03D 17/00 

Kinds of woven fabrics 

open-work fabrics; woven pile fabrics; gauze; lappet- or swivel-woven 

D03D 9/00; D03D 27/00; D03D 19/00; D03D 21/00 

with special disposition of warp or weft threads; multi-ply fabrics not otherwise provided for 

D03D 13/00; D03D 11/00 

for specified articles 

D03D 1/00 

other kinds 

D03D 25/00 

Selvedges 

D03D 5/00, D03D 47/40 

General weaving methods not special to a particular fabric or loom 

D03D 23/00 

LOOMS OR CORRESPONDING METHODS OF WEAVING 

Hand looms 

D03D 29/00 

Characterised by the article to be woven: lappet or swivel type for embroidery-like decoration; for narrow ribbon-like fabrics; for pile fabric; other types for other kinds of fabrics 

D03D 31/00; D03D 35/00; D03D 39/00; D03D 41/00 

Characterised by their construction: circular; with change-boxes; with automatic weft replenishment; of shuttleless type 

D03D 37/00; D03D 43/00; D03D 45/00; D03D 47/00 

Multiple looms 

D03D 33/00 

General details and constructional features 

D03D 49/00 

Driving; starting, stopping the loom 

D03D 51/00 



Woven fabrics; Methods of weaving other than those characterised by the operation of a particular loom


1/

00Woven fabrics designed to make specified articles

1/

02.Inflatable articles

1/

04.Sack- or bag-like articles

1/

06.Curtain heading tapes

1/

08.Ladder tapes (ladder tapes for venetian blinds E06B 9/382)


3/

00Woven fabrics characterised by their shape

3/

02.Tubular fabrics

3/

04.Endless fabrics

3/

06.Fabrics of varying width

3/

08.Arched, corrugated, or like fabrics


5/

00Selvedges


7/

00Woven fabrics designed to be resilient, i.e. to recover from compressive stress


9/

00Open-work fabrics (ladder-tape fabrics D03D 1/08)


11/

00Double or multi-ply fabrics not otherwise provided for

11/

02.Fabrics formed with pockets, tubes, loops, folds, tucks, or flaps (fabrics for curtain heading tapes D03D 1/06; fabrics consisting of a single tube D03D 3/02)


13/

00Woven fabrics characterised by the special disposition of the warp or weft threads, e.g. with curved weft threads, with discontinuous warp threads, with diagonal warp or weft


15/

00Woven fabrics characterised by the material or construction of the yarn or other warp or weft elements used

15/

02.the warp or weft elements being of stiff material, e.g. wire, cane, slat

15/

04.woven to produce shapes or effects upon differential shrinkage

15/

06.using scaffolding threads, i.e. threads removed after weaving

15/

08.using stretchable or elastic threads (woven fabrics whose elastic or stretch properties are due to the manner of weaving D03D 17/00)

15/

10.using threads having high or low coefficients of friction

15/

12.using heat-resistant or fireproof threads


17/

00Woven fabrics having elastic or stretch properties due to manner of weaving (fabrics using stretchable or elastic threads D03D 15/08)


19/

00Gauze or leno-woven fabrics


21/

00Lappet- or swivel-woven fabrics


23/

00General weaving methods not special to the production of any particular woven fabric or the use of any particular loom; Weaves not provided for in any other single group


25/

00Woven fabrics not otherwise provided for


27/

00Woven pile fabrics

27/

02.wherein the pile is formed by warp or weft

27/

04..Weft pile fabrics

27/

06..Warp pile fabrics

27/

08...Terry fabrics

27/

10..Fabrics woven face-to-face, e.g. double velvet

27/

12.wherein pile tufts are inserted during weaving

27/

14..with tufts around warps

27/

16..with tufts around wefts

27/

18.Chenille fabrics


Looms; Methods of weaving characterised by the operation of particular looms


29/

00Hand looms


31/

00Lappet, swivel or other looms for forming embroidery-like decoration on fabrics


33/

00Multiple looms, i.e. two or more looms assembled together, whether or not they have mechanisms in common (D03D 35/00 takes precedence)


35/

00Smallware looms, i.e. looms for weaving ribbons or other narrow fabrics (D03D 47/00 takes precedence)


37/

00Circular looms (looms for weaving separate fabrics disposed in a circle or polygon D03D 33/00)


39/

00Pile-fabric looms

39/

02.Axminster looms, i.e. wherein pile tufts are inserted during weaving

39/

04..Spool Axminster looms

39/

06...Tuft yarn tube or spool frames

39/

08..Gripper Axminster looms

39/

10.Wire-tapestry looms, e.g. for weaving velvet or Brussels or Wilton carpets, the pile being formed over weftwise wires

39/

12..Mechanisms for operating the pile wires

39/

14..Construction of the pile wires, e.g. pile wires which cut

39/

16.Double-plush looms, i.e. for weaving two pile fabrics face-to-face

39/

18..Separating the two plush layers, e.g. by cutting

39/

20.Looms forming pile over warpwise wires

39/

22.Terry looms

39/

24.Devices for cutting the pile on the loom (pile wires which cut D03D 39/14; separating two plush layers D03D 39/18)


41/

00Looms not otherwise provided for, e.g. for weaving chenille yarn; Details peculiar to these looms


43/

00Looms with change-boxes

43/

02.with drop boxes

43/

04..Operating mechanisms

43/

06.with rotary boxes

43/

08..Operating mechanisms

43/

10.Weft catchers, i.e. means for preventing entanglement of wefts


45/

00Looms with automatic weft replenishment (automatic replenishment in smallware looms D03D 35/00, in circular looms D03D 37/00; bobbins rewound on loom D03J 1/12)

45/

02.Controlling replenishment

45/

04..Pirn feelers or other detectors for initiating replenishment (weft stop motions D03D 51/34)

45/

06...mechanical

45/

08....of the side-slip type

45/

10...electrical

45/

12...optical

45/

14..Storing the need for replenishment or the colour required until the spent shuttle returns to the replenishing end of the loom

45/

16...selecting thereby weft of correct colour

45/

18..Shuttle feelers or other devices for preventing replenishment if shuttle is incorrectly positioned in shuttle box (shuttle stop motions D03D 51/40)

45/

20.Changing bobbins, cops, or other shuttle stock

45/

22..effected with shuttle in normal shuttle box

45/

24..effected otherwise than in normal box

45/

26..Magazines

45/

28...for one type of thread, e.g. same colour

45/

30....rotary

45/

32...for several types of thread, e.g. multicolour

45/

34.Shuttle changing

45/

36..fresh shuttle being substituted for spent shuttle in the same cell of shuttle box

45/

38..Shuttle box with an extra cell which is used only during replenishment

45/

40...the spent shuttle being received in the normal cell and the fresh shuttle being picked from the extra cell

45/

42...the spent shuttle being received in the extra cell and the fresh shuttle being picked from the normal cell

45/

44..Magazines

45/

46...for one type of thread, e.g. single colour

45/

48...for several types of threads, e.g. multicolour

45/

50.Cutting, holding, manipulating, or disposing of, weft ends

45/

52..Cutting weft of depleted shuttle near shuttle and holding the piece attached to the fabric

45/

54..Cutting fresh weft and holding the piece attached to the fabric

45/

56..Cutting depleted and fresh wefts at selvedge

45/

58..Removing tip bunch or fresh weft end from fresh bobbin

45/

60...substantially by air stream or suction

45/

62..Disposing of waste pieces of cut weft end (D03D 45/58 takes precedence)

   D03D 47/00 - D03D 51/46  
 

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