warp

The set of YARN strands which run lengthwise in a piece of cloth.

warp

[n] - a shape distorted by twisting or folding 2. [n] - a moral or mental distortion 3. [n] - yarn arranged lengthways on a loom and crossed by the woof
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Warp

The curving or bending of parts that typically occurs after ejection as the part cools. Warp is often caused by glass filled resins
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Warp

Strong rope used for anchoring.
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Warp

The yarn that is fixed to the loom in the direction of the length of the fabric. The weft yarn is passed between the warps during weaving. The warps have to be strong enough to withstand the tension on the loom.
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Warp

The yarns running lengthwise and parallel to the selvage in a woven fabric. See also: Weft.
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Warp

The lengthway threads in a loom.
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Warp

Warp transitive verb (Aëronautics) To twist the end surfaces of (an aërocurve in an aëroplane) in order to restore or maintain equilibrium.
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warp

warping noun a moral or mental distortion
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warp

noun yarn arranged lengthways on a loom and crossed by the woof
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warp

buckle noun a shape distorted by twisting or folding
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WARP

Weak axiom of revealed preference.
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Warp

yarns which run along the length of a fabric.
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Warp

To twist or deform from a desired shape. Often caused by molded in stress or shrinkage.
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warp

warp: see weaving.
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Warp

Warp threads are the parallel threads which traverse a loom from end to end.
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warp

Any variation from a true surface. Or a rope used to tow a vessel and the process of towing.
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Warp

The cotton that runs lengthwise in a woven fabric. The warp is stronger and denser than the weft (crosswise) yarns.
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Warp

The vertical threads in a particular fabric or on a loom.
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Warp

Threads running the length of a woven fabric. Also known as the lengthwise grain (little to no stretch). About 90
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Warp

The yarns running the length of a woven fabric. See also ends.
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Warp

The yarns that run the length of the fabric.
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Warp

Lengthwise yarns in woven fabrics.
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