What is auxiliary motion?

To understand auxiliary motion we need to first learn about weaving. Weaving is the process of producing fabric by interlacing warp and weft threads and the machine used for weaving is commonly known as weaving machine or loom

To produce a good quality of cloth and to prevent damages it is required to have some stop motion provided on the loom. These extra motion provided are referred as auxiliary motions. These motions are not mandatory but can be essential for good quality products

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