Weaving is described as the method or process of interlacing two yarns of similar materials so that they Cross each other at right angles to produce a woven fabric.The process by which the warp and weft are interlaced at right angles to form a continuous fabric.

See also:
"Weaving" is in the CPC Code "44612"
  Weaving machines (looms)

"Weaving" is in the UNSPSC Code "23121507"
  Weaving machines

"Weaving" is in the NAICS Code "313210"
  Broadwoven Fabric Mills
  ... comprises establishments primarily engaged in Weaving broadwoven fabrics and felts (except tire fabr ...

"Weaving" is in the HS Code "8446.10"
  - - For Weaving fabrics of a width not exceeding 30 cm
   Weaving machines (looms) for weaving fabrics of a width not >30cm

Ref: 122729/2006-09-27


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