The winding machine at Göteborgs Remfabrik is suited for thread coils that are used in the looms.
Manufacture: Robert Hall & Sons, Bury (same as the looms), 1914.
The bobbins are divided into two lines of about 10 rewinding stations. Empty coils are put on a rod driven around and winding the yarn onto the coil.
Around each coil there is a cone-shaped capsule that causes the stick with the coil to raise up continuously while the yarn is wound up. In the end, the rod drops into contact with the machine and the coil stops – filled with thread.
Recorded by Magdalena Åkerström.
Photo by Magdalena Åkerström.