The Winterswijk weaving mill consists of extensive machinery with various weaving techniques. The weaving process consists of a number of variations determined by the number of warp and insert yarns. The longitudinal warp yarns are fed in the weaving process through warp beams. The lateral weft yarns are fed by spools (bobbins). During the weaving process, an upward and downward pull is applied to the warp yarns creating a woven pattern. The air humidity is monitored carefully during the production process. The climate conditions during the production process such as humidity, for example, can be adjusted in order to guarantee the highest quality yarn. Therefore these techniques also contribute to high quality fabrics.
Complex or simple designs are produced depending on the customer’s demand. These creations can be durable or highly fire resistant or colour-fast. Specific customer requests and requirements, trends or market requirements are always the starting point in the production.