Engineers and Engineering Volume 39

Engineers and Engineering Volume 39

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ...nen fir; url_der arms in Europe today, absorbing, as you Can '76 d 1aglne a large part of the earnings from agriclllture ariiet I1t1)a_nu_ facture. Not only must current eXpenS5 1?' nof' 111'.3 margin must be Provided for the amortiz 1t1C311.mOp'-lb debts; and the floating debts must be ch3nge-IQ time obligations. _ _ Putting aside for a few moments cO5'demt';11 of these greater fundamental problems of Europe; may I tell you that the British Northrup Loon' CO Bla burn, England, has invented and Put on the rnarkel'. automatic woolen loom that is considered DY textile machinery superior to any loom everk _ produced. Another note from my mer110 boo 'S that the Alsacienne de Construction Mechanique of Bell-Orr, France, has orders on its books for its enti Fe productlbn through to 1924 for automatic and plain lO0m5' It will also interest you to know that the Riite Company of Zurich, Switzerland, is sold for two ye-'cents11'5 ahead On looms, and that the German textile machine manuf3cents turers are building machines with latest improwmelltfi, and, in many cases, putting on devices whiCh We do Qt have in this country. A ' RY GENERAL AWAKENING IN TEXTILE INBD ST In all of the countries that I visited I fO11nd 3 great awakening in the textile industry, plans being n?a, de for the re-vamping of old plants and substantial addluons t existing units. In England, extensive devel0P1ent work 207 is being done for the exploration of new cotton fields; in France, plans are being made for the introduction of the linen industry to furnish the markets of the world with goods formerly supplied by Irish and Russian looms. In Germany, the great textileshow more

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  • 189 x 246 x 17mm | 585g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236856406
  • 9781236856401