How to measure the heald?

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The healds are measured from beginning to end, depending on the suitability of the healds.

The healds are measured from beginning to end, depending on the suitability of the healds. To determine which size heald frame you need, first measure the heald shaft of the loom from the top of the top rod to the bottom of the bottom
rod. The healds you need will be a little longer than the distance you are measuring. They are measured from the inside of each heddle end, in other words, the part of the heddle through which the heald rod passes.

There is some extra metal above and below the flat steel heddle, which is not counted, only the inner part of the hole is measured. In the binding part of the heddle. It is important to measure individual healds rather than bundles,
because you will not be able to stretch them to full length. It is best to measure in the metric system so as not to get confused by the difference in rounding inches.

The healds are available in a variety of lengths to suit most table and floor looms. The durable polyester is made of knotless crochet. The heald is easy to slide on the seat belt and will not stretch. The open structure of the healds
facilitates threading and eliminates warp friction. To install the heald frames while keeping the heald frames tidy, slide them onto the heald frame rods instead of removing the tie straps. Please confirm that your length is correct
before removing the tie, because we will not be able to accept the return of unfastened or cut healds.

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