Yarns lying in the lengthwise direction of the fabric (0° direction) (according to ISO/DIS 13922).
Operation in which a predetermined number of parallel and equally tensioned yarns or ends are pulled from a creel and wound by a warper on a large spool, called a beam, to make up the section beam.
The way in which warp and weft threads cross each other. Web flat structure made with filament that is laid, with or without orientation, and held together by appropriate means (according to ISO/DIS 13922).
Yarn running crosswise to the warp in a fabric (also known as fill, pick).
A machine with a rotating cylinder that draws glass into filaments and winds them into package form as a cake or roving.
A reinforcement filament fabric made by interlacing at least two sets of threads perpendicular to each other or at some other specified angle, such interlacing being formed during weaving on a loom or weaving machine (according to ISO/DIS 13922).
A flat structure in which both warp and weft yarns are widely spaced and woven according to a plain weave pattern.
A general term covering all specific types of textile structures, with or without twist, made of continuous or discontinuous filaments (according to ISO/DIS 13922).
Glass filament products manufactured with no intentional twist.