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|German to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|German term or phrase: Beim Einspannen des Baums nicht zwischen Baum und Baumaufnahme greifen|
|Beim Einspannen des Baums nicht zwischen Baum und|
context: Sicherheitsvorschriften für Konusschär-
When clumping/chucking the beam into the holder,
keep hands out of the space between the beam and
the beam holder.
Baumaufnahme?beam holder? log holder?
Baum here: beam?log?
When fixing the beam in place, do not reach into the space between the beam and beam carrier
Beim Einspannen des Baums nicht zwischen Baum und Baumaufnahme greifen
the beam (in place),
do not reach into the space between the beam
and the (beam) receptacle/seat/socket/holder/carrier
Terms from Ernst – Wörterbuch der industriellen Technik
Here is an Internet weaving site that might help a little:
At the above site, a large "beam" is mentioned that is actually a cylinder (it could also be referred to as a "roller"), which is probably your "Baum".
"A large cylinder on which carpet yarns, usually pre-dyed, are wound prior to feeding onto tufting, weaving or fusion bonding equipment"
Ernst shows "Kettbaum" = "beam" or "beam roller"
Duden gives this definition of "Kettbaum" or "Kettenbaum":
"(Weberei) Walze am Webstuhl, auf dem die Kettfäden (längsrichtung laufender Fäden) aufgewickelt sind"
The definition DuPont definition is nearly a word-for-word translation of the Duden definition.
No "cone" or "boom" or "log" is mentioned.
Ernst also shows:
"Schärmaschine" = "Schweifmaschine" = "sectional warp(ing) machine"
"Schärmaschine mit Schärbaum" = "beam wrapper" = "warping machine"
"Schärgarn" = "warp yarn" = "warp thread(s)"
"Kettfa(ä)den" = "warp thread(s)" = "warp yarn"
HTH - Dan
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