JP2013184781A - Yarn take-up apparatus - Google Patents

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JP2013184781A
JP2013184781A JP2012050934A JP2012050934A JP2013184781A JP 2013184781 A JP2013184781 A JP 2013184781A JP 2012050934 A JP2012050934 A JP 2012050934A JP 2012050934 A JP2012050934 A JP 2012050934A JP 2013184781 A JP2013184781 A JP 2013184781A
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Kinzo Hashimoto
欣三 橋本
Futoshi Kitayama
太 北山
Tetsuya Hori
哲也 堀
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65HHANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL, e.g. SHEETS, WEBS, CABLES
    • B65H51/00Forwarding filamentary material
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65HHANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL, e.g. SHEETS, WEBS, CABLES
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65HHANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL, e.g. SHEETS, WEBS, CABLES
    • B65H57/00Guides for filamentary materials; Supports therefor
    • B65H57/003Arrangements for threading or unthreading the guide
    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D01NATURAL OR MAN-MADE THREADS OR FIBRES; SPINNING
    • D01DMECHANICAL METHODS OR APPARATUS IN THE MANUFACTURE OF ARTIFICIAL FILAMENTS, THREADS, FIBRES, BRISTLES OR RIBBONS
    • D01D13/00Complete machines for producing artificial threads
    • D01D13/02Elements of machines in combination
    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D01NATURAL OR MAN-MADE THREADS OR FIBRES; SPINNING
    • D01DMECHANICAL METHODS OR APPARATUS IN THE MANUFACTURE OF ARTIFICIAL FILAMENTS, THREADS, FIBRES, BRISTLES OR RIBBONS
    • D01D7/00Collecting the newly-spun products
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
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    • B65HHANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL, e.g. SHEETS, WEBS, CABLES
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Abstract

The present invention provides a spinning and winding facility in which a filament does not wind around a godet roller while having a configuration in which an air nozzle is not provided on a yarn path from a spinning device to a godet roller.
SOLUTION: A spinning device 10 for spinning a filament F, a godet roller group 20 for feeding a yarn Y formed by bundling filaments F, and a yarn winding device 30 for winding the yarn Y fed from the godet roller group 20 onto a bobbin B. The circumferential speed of the godet rollers 21 and 22 constituting the godet roller group 20 is higher than the circumferential speed during the winding operation period Pw when the godet rollers 21 and 22 are threaded. The threading speed Vs is low, and is increased to the winding speed Vw from the completion of threading to the godet rollers 21 and 22 to the start of winding the thread Y by threading onto the bobbin B. At the same time, the peripheral speed of the bobbin B is set to the winding speed Vw before the start of winding the yarn Y by threading the bobbin B.
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  The present invention relates to a technology of a spinning winding facility.
  2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, there has been known a spinning and winding facility for forming a package by bundling spun filaments and winding the yarn (see, for example, Patent Document 1).
  In such a yarn winding device, it is necessary to perform a yarn hooking operation as a preliminary preparation for starting the creation of a package. More specifically, in such a take-up winding equipment, it is necessary for the operator to operate a suction gun and perform a yarn hooking operation to hook a godet roller or a guide as a preliminary preparation for starting the creation of a package.
  By the way, when a yarn is hung on a godet roller rotating at high speed, the filament F constituting the yarn Y may be unwound and wound around the godet roller G as shown in FIG. For this reason, some conventional spinning and winding equipment includes an air nozzle on the yarn path from the spinning device to the godet roller (see, for example, Patent Document 2). This is because air is blown onto the yarn so as to adjust the applied oil and entangle the filaments with each other. In this way, in the conventional spinning and winding equipment, the filament is prevented from being wound around the godet roller.
  However, the spinning and winding equipment provided with the air nozzle on the yarn path from the spinning device to the godet roller has a problem that the structure is complicated and the cost is increased because the air pipe and the like are installed. Further, since it is necessary to always blow air against the yarn guided by the godet roller, there has been a problem that the running cost increases.
  Furthermore, in order to improve the workability when threading the godet roller or bobbin, a method has been proposed in which the godet roller or bobbin is rotated at a low speed, and then the speed is increased to the speed during winding operation (for example, patents). Reference 3 and Patent Document 4). However, such a method has a problem that it is necessary to discard the yarn wound on the bobbin before the speed is increased to the winding operation speed, and waste yarn increases. In particular, in the next process of partially drawn yarn (POY), it is common to continuously process the yarn by connecting the yarn of the innermost layer of the package with the yarn of the outermost layer of another package. An abnormal thread is not allowed to be wound around. For this reason, as in Patent Document 4, the yarn is switched after the speed is increased to the winding operation speed using a yarn winding device having an automatic yarn switching function, and winding of the normal yarn package from the innermost layer is started. In addition, it is necessary to discard all of the yarn wound on the bobbin before the speed is increased to the winding operation speed.
JP 2011-144019 A JP 2010-116648 A Japanese Patent Publication No. 63-5485 Japanese Examined Patent Publication No. 47-35929
  The present invention has a structure in which an air nozzle is not provided on a yarn path from a spinning device to a godet roller, but a yarn winding device in which a filament does not wind around the godet roller (specifically, a spinning winding for producing partially drawn yarn (POY)). The purpose is to provide the equipment.
  Next, means for solving this problem will be described.
That is, the first invention is
A spinning device for spinning filaments;
A group of godet rollers for sending out yarns formed by bundling the filaments;
A yarn winding device comprising: a yarn winding device that winds the yarn fed from the godet roller group onto a bobbin;
The circumferential speed of the godet rollers constituting the godet roller group is set to a threading operation speed lower than the circumferential speed during the winding operation period when threading the godet rollers, and after the threading to the godet rollers is completed, The speed is increased to the winding operation speed before the start of winding the thread by threading onto the bobbin,
The peripheral speed of the bobbin was set to the speed during winding operation before the start of winding of the thread by threading onto the bobbin.
The second invention is the spinning and winding equipment according to the first invention,
The godet roller group includes a first godet roller that is first threaded,
A second godet roller that is threaded next to the first godet roller,
The rotational position of the second godet roller is a position at the time of threading operation close to the first godet roller when threading the second godet roller, and after the completion of threading to the second godet roller, to the bobbin It is assumed that the yarn is moved to the winding operation position before starting the winding of the yarn by the yarn hooking.
A third aspect of the present invention is the spinning winding facility according to the second aspect of the present invention,
The peripheral speeds of the first godet roller and the second godet roller are linked with the speed at which the second godet roller is moved from the position at the time of threading operation to the position at the time of winding operation. It is said that the speed will be increased.
4th invention is the take-up winding equipment which concerns on any 1st-3rd invention,
The yarn hooking operation speed was set to 2300 m / min or less.
5th invention is the take-up winding equipment which concerns on any 1st to 4th invention,
The yarn hooking operation speed was set to 50% or more of the winding operation speed.
  As effects of the present invention, the following effects can be obtained.
  According to the first aspect of the present invention, the circumferential speed of the godet roller is set to a yarn-working speed that is lower than the circumferential speed during the winding operation period when threading the godet roller, and after completion of threading to the godet roller To the winding operation speed before the start of winding of the yarn by threading onto the bobbin. The bobbin circumferential speed is set to the winding operation speed before the start of winding of the yarn by threading onto the bobbin. As a result, when the yarn is wound on the godet roller, the yarn winding device reduces friction between the yarn and the godet roller, so that static electricity is not generated. Therefore, the filament constituting the yarn is prevented from being unwound and wound around the godet roller. it can. Furthermore, it is possible to eliminate the waste yarn wound around the bobbin.
  According to the second aspect of the invention, the rotational position of the second godet roller is set to the position at the time of threading work close to the first godet roller when threading to the second godet roller, and the threading to the second godet roller is It is moved to the winding operation position after completion until the start of winding the yarn by threading onto the bobbin. As a result, the yarn winding operation is facilitated by the operator since the first and second godet rollers are located close to each other when the yarn winding device is threaded onto the second godet roller.
  According to the third invention, the circumferential speeds of the first godet roller and the second godet roller are linked with the operation of moving the second godet roller from the position at the time of threading operation to the position at the time of winding operation. The speed is increased to the winding operation speed. As a result, this spinning and winding apparatus has one operation for moving the second godet roller to the position for winding operation and one for accelerating each godet roller to the speed for winding operation. Become.
  According to the fourth aspect of the invention, the yarn hooking speed is 2300 m / min or less. As a result, when the yarn is wound on the godet roller, the yarn winding device reduces friction between the yarn and the godet roller, so that static electricity is not generated. Therefore, the filament constituting the yarn is prevented from being unwound and wound around the godet roller. it can.
  According to the fifth aspect of the present invention, the yarn hooking operation speed is 50% or more of the winding operation speed. As a result, the yarn winding equipment can quickly increase the speed to the winding operation speed after completion of threading to the godet roller, so it is possible to reduce the yarn that has been sucked into the suction gun and discarded. It becomes.
The figure which shows the whole structure of the spinning winding apparatus 100. FIG. The figure which shows the thread | yarn hanging operation | work in the yarn winding equipment 100. The figure which shows the state which the 2nd godet roller 22 has moved to the position W at the time of winding operation. The figure which shows the history of the circumferential speed of the 1st godet roller 21 and the 2nd godet roller 22, and the history of the circumferential speed of the bobbin B. The figure which shows the state by which the filament F was wound around the godet roller G in the prior art.
  First, the spinning and winding equipment 100 according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described.
  FIG. 1 is a diagram showing the overall configuration of the spinning and winding equipment 100. In general, the spinning and winding equipment includes equipment for producing a fully drawn yarn (FDY) obtained by fully drawing the yarn Y, equipment for producing a partially drawn yarn (POY) obtained by partially drawing the yarn Y, and It is divided into. The spinning and winding equipment 100 according to the present embodiment corresponds to equipment for producing partially drawn yarn (POY).
  The spinning and winding equipment 100 forms the yarn Y by bundling the spun filament F, and creates the package P by winding the yarn Y. The yarn winding equipment 100 mainly includes a spinning device 10, a godet roller group 20, a yarn winding device 30, and a lifting device 40.
  The spinning device 10 can spin a plurality of filaments F. The synthetic fiber raw material (filament F raw material) charged into the spinning device 10 is pumped by an extruder (not shown) and spun from a plurality of spinning ports provided in a spinning head (not shown). The filament F spun from the spinning device 10 is guided downward of the spinning device 10.
  A plurality of filaments F spun from the spinning device 10 are bundled for each predetermined number to constitute a plurality of yarns Y. Then, the yarn Y formed by bundling the filaments F is guided to the godet roller group 20 via the oiling device 51. More specifically, the yarn Y formed by bundling the filaments F is guided to the first godet roller 21 constituting the godet roller group 20 after being given oil by the oiling device 51.
  The godet roller group 20 can send out a yarn Y made of bundled filaments F. More specifically, the first godet roller 21 and the second godet roller 22 constituting the godet roller group 20 can feed the yarn Y by rotating in a state where the yarn Y is hung.
  The first godet roller 21 is a rotating member that pulls out the filament F from the spinning device 10 and sends out a yarn Y formed by bundling the filament F in a predetermined direction. The first godet roller 21 is formed in a substantially cylindrical shape, and the yarn Y guided through the oiling device 51 is hung thereon. The first godet roller 21 can feed the yarn Y toward the second godet roller 22 by rotating in a state where the yarn Y is hung.
  The second godet roller 22 is a rotating member that sends out the yarn Y sent out by the first godet roller 21 in a predetermined direction. The second godet roller 22 is formed in a substantially cylindrical shape, and the yarn Y fed from the first godet roller 21 is hung thereon. The second godet roller 22 can feed the yarn Y toward the yarn winding device 30 by rotating in a state where the yarn Y is hung.
  The yarn winding device 30 can wind the yarn Y fed from the godet roller group 20 onto the bobbin B. A plurality of bobbins B are attached to the bobbin holder 31 of the yarn winding device 30 (see FIG. 2). The bobbin B rotates integrally with the bobbin holder 31 as the bobbin holder 31 rotates. Thus, the yarn winding device 30 can simultaneously wind a plurality of yarns Y and create a package P on each bobbin B.
  The elevating device 40 can move the second godet roller 22 from the position S during the yarn hooking operation toward the position W during the winding operation (see FIG. 3). The elevating device 40 includes a main body portion 41 having a rail attached to one side, a first unit portion 42 to which the first godet roller 21 and the like are attached, and a second unit portion 43 to which the second godet roller 22 and the like are attached. It is configured. The elevating device 40 can move the second godet roller 22 from the yarn hooking operation position S to the winding operation position W by moving the second unit section 43 along the rail of the main body section 41.
  The yarn hooking position S is located immediately above the work surface (front surface) side of the yarn winding device 30 and is a position close to the first godet roller 21 (see FIGS. 2 and 3). For this reason, when the second godet roller 22 is located at the position S for threading work, the threading work by the operator is facilitated.
  The winding operation position W is higher than the yarn hooking position S, and the position where the bending angle θ of the yarn Y in the traverse fulcrum guide 52 is equal to or less than the upper limit bending angle (for example, 15 degrees) (FIG. 1, see FIG. For this reason, when the second godet roller 22 is in the winding operation position W, the friction between the traverse fulcrum guide 52 and the yarn Y can be reduced, and quality deterioration of the yarn Y can be prevented.
  Next, advance preparation for starting the creation of the package P will be described in detail.
  FIG. 2 is a diagram illustrating a yarn hooking operation in the spinning and winding equipment 100. FIG. 3 is a diagram illustrating a state in which the second godet roller 22 is moved to the position W during the winding operation. The arrows in the figure indicate the feeding direction of the filament F and the yarn Y and the moving direction of the second godet roller 22. FIG. 4 is a diagram showing the history of the circumferential speed of the first godet roller 21 and the second godet roller 22 and the history of the circumferential speed of the bobbin B. The solid line in the figure indicates the history of the peripheral speed of the first godet roller 21 and the second godet roller 22, and the broken line in the figure indicates the history of the peripheral speed of the bobbin B.
  As described above, in the yarn winding equipment 100, it is necessary to perform a yarn hooking operation as a preliminary preparation for starting the creation of the package P. More specifically, in the yarn winding device 100, the operator operates the suction gun SG as a preliminary preparation for starting the creation of the package P, and the yarn Y is hung on each of the godet rollers 21 and 22, the traverse fulcrum guide 52, and the like. It is necessary to perform a continuous threading operation. The suction gun SG is a yarn holding device that can be freely operated by an operator. The suction gun SG can suck and hold the yarn Y by sucking air.
  First, the operator operates the suction gun SG to hang the yarn Y on the first godet roller 21. At this time, the yarn Y is hung so that the feeding direction of the yarn Y is in contact with the rotational direction of the first godet roller 21.
  Next, the operator operates the suction gun SG to hang the yarn Y on the second godet roller 22. At this time, the yarn Y is hung so that the feeding direction of the yarn Y is in contact with the rotation direction of the second godet roller 22. At this time, the second godet roller 22 is in the yarn hooking position S.
  In addition, as shown in FIG. 4, when threading the first godet roller 21 and the second godet roller 22 (the threading work period Rs for each godet roller 21, 22), the peripheral speed of each godet roller 21, 22 It is limited to the working speed Vs (see the solid line in the figure). For this reason, when the operator hangs the yarn Y on each godet roller 21, 22, the filament F constituting the yarn Y is not unwound and wound around the first godet roller 21 or the second godet roller 22. This is because the friction speed between the yarn Y sucked into the suction gun SG and the godet rollers 21 and 22 is reduced because the peripheral speed of the godet rollers 21 and 22 is limited to the speed Vs during threading work, and static electricity is generated. It is thought that this is not affected.
  Next, the operator needs to operate the suction gun SG and the separator device (not shown) to hang the yarn Y on the bobbin B. Here, the operator moves the second godet roller 22 from the yarn hooking position S to the winding operation position W before hanging the yarn Y onto the bobbin B. In the present yarn winding equipment 100, when the operator presses an instruction switch (not shown), the second godet roller 22 moves from the yarn winding operation position S to the winding operation position W.
  As described above, the rotational position of the second godet roller 22 is set to the yarn hooking operation position S close to the first godet roller 21 when the second godet roller 22 is threaded. Is moved to the winding operation position W after the completion of the process until the start of winding of the yarn Y by threading onto the bobbin B. As a result, the yarn winding device 100 is located at the position where the first godet roller 21 and the second godet roller 22 are close to each other when the yarn is wound on the second godet roller 22, so that the yarns to the godet rollers 21 and 22 by the operator can be obtained. Hanging work becomes easy.
  Further, as shown in FIG. 4, the circumferential speed of the first godet roller 21 and the second godet roller 22 at the time of creating the package P (winding operation period Pw) is the winding operation speed Vw (solid line in the figure). reference). For this reason, in the present yarn winding apparatus 100, the peripheral speeds of the first godet roller 21 and the second godet roller 22 are increased in conjunction with the movement of the second godet roller 22.
  As described above, the circumferential speeds of the first godet roller 21 and the second godet roller 22 are linked to the operation of moving the second godet roller 22 from the position S for threading operation to the position W for winding operation. The speed is increased from the speed Vs to the speed Vw during the winding operation. As a result, the spinning winding device 100 has one operation for moving the second godet roller 22 to the position W during winding operation and one operation for increasing the speed of each godet roller 21 or 22 to the speed Vw during winding operation. The operation procedure by the operator is simplified.
  As described above, the circumferential speeds of the first godet roller 21 and the second godet roller 22 are set to a threading work speed Vs that is lower than the circumferential speed of the winding operation period Pw when the godet rollers 21 and 22 are threaded. The speed is increased to the winding operation speed Vw from the completion of the threading to the godet rollers 21 and 22 to the start of the winding of the thread Y by the threading to the bobbin B. As a result, when the yarn Y is hung on each of the godet rollers 21 and 22, the present yarn winding device 100 forms the yarn Y because the friction between the yarn Y and each of the godet rollers 21 and 22 is reduced and static electricity is not generated. It is possible to prevent the filament F being unwound and wound around the first godet roller 21 or the second godet roller 22.
  Further, as shown in FIG. 4, the peripheral speed of the bobbin B when the package P is created (winding operation period Pw) is also set to the winding operation speed Vw (see the broken line in the figure). For this reason, in the present yarn winding equipment 100, the peripheral speed of the bobbin holder 31 is increased.
  In the present yarn winding device 100, the operator presses an instruction switch (not shown) at the same time as or before or after the speed up to the speed Vw at the time of winding on the godet rollers 21 and 22 and winding operation Thus, the bobbin holder 31 of the yarn winding device 30 starts rotating, and the peripheral speed of the bobbin B is increased to the winding operation speed Vw.
  Then, after the peripheral speed of the bobbin B is increased to the winding operation speed Vw, the yarn Y is wound on the bobbin B to start winding the yarn Y. For this reason, the yarn Y having desired characteristics can be wound around the bobbin B immediately after the start of winding. That is, it is possible to eliminate the waste yarn wound around the bobbin B.
  In the above description, for the sake of simplicity, the peripheral speeds of the godet rollers 21 and 22 and the peripheral speed of the bobbin B are indicated by the same symbol (Vw). However, it is desirable that the peripheral speed of the bobbin B is slightly lower than the peripheral speed of the second godet roller 22 in order to relax the stress of the yarn Y. Further, the peripheral speed of the bobbin B is slightly higher than the winding speed Vw so that the yarn Y wound on the inner layer of the package P does not become abnormal in order to stabilize the tension of the yarn Y during the threading operation. It is also possible.
  Next, other characteristic points of the present yarn winding apparatus 100 will be described.
  In the present spinning and winding equipment 100, the yarn winding operation speed Vs is 50% or more of the winding operation speed and 2300 m / min or less. This is a speed range that is low and limited to the production speed of partially drawn yarn (POY) in which the winding speed Vw is about 2500 m / min to 3500 m / min. Advantages of setting the yarn hooking operation speed Vs to 50% or more of the winding operation speed and 2300 m / min or less will be described below.
  The present yarn winding apparatus 100 sets the speed Vs during threading operation of the first godet roller 21 and the second godet roller 22 to 50% or more of the speed during the winding operation, thereby starting the speed increase and during the winding operation. The time required to reach the speed Vw can be shortened. On the other hand, when the speed Vs during threading operation of each godet roller 21 and 22 is less than 50% of the speed during winding operation, it takes time for each godet roller 21 and 22 to increase to the speed Vw during winding operation. Even if the yarn hooking to the traverse fulcrum guide 52 and the yarn winding guide (not shown) of the yarn winding device 30 and the yarn hooking to the bobbin B are completed, the peripheral speeds of the godet rollers 21 and 22 are maintained during the winding operation. There is a risk of falling into a situation where the speed Vw has not been reached. In this case, the production start of the package P by threading onto the bobbin B has to wait for the speed increase of the godet rollers 21 and 22 to complete, and during that time the thread Y is sucked into the suction gun SG. This causes a problem that the amount of waste increases. However, since the yarn winding apparatus 100 can quickly increase the speed to the winding operation speed Vw after completion of threading to the godet rollers 21 and 22, the yarn that has been sucked into the suction gun SG and discarded. Y can be reduced.
  In addition, the yarn winding device 100 sets the yarn Y sucked into the suction gun SG and each godet roller 21 by setting the yarn hooking speed Vs of the first godet roller 21 and the second godet roller 22 to 2300 m / min or less.・ Friction with 22 can be reduced to prevent generation of static electricity. This is an effect that cannot be obtained when the yarn-working speed Vs is faster than 2300 m / min. Accordingly, when the yarn Y is hung on the godet rollers 21 and 22, the present yarn winding device 100 is configured so that the friction between the yarn Y and the godet rollers 21 and 22 is reduced and static electricity is not generated. It is possible to prevent the filament F from being unwound and wound around the first godet roller 21 or the second godet roller 22.
DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 10 Spinning device 20 Godet roller group 21 First godet roller (godet roller)
22 Second godet roller (godet roller)
DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 30 Thread winding device 31 Bobbin holder 40 Lifting device 41 Main body part 42 First unit part 43 Second unit part 100 Spinning winding equipment B Bobbin F Filament Y Thread P Package SG Suction gun S Position at the time of winding operation W Position at the time of winding operation Rs Threading period Pw Winding period Vs Threading speed Vw Winding speed

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  1. A spinning device for spinning filaments;
    A group of godet rollers for sending out yarns formed by bundling the filaments;
    A yarn winding device comprising: a yarn winding device that winds the yarn fed from the godet roller group onto a bobbin;
    The circumferential speed of the godet rollers constituting the godet roller group is set to a threading operation speed lower than the circumferential speed during the winding operation period when threading the godet rollers, and after the threading to the godet rollers is completed, The speed is increased to the winding operation speed before the start of winding the thread by threading onto the bobbin,
    The bobbin circumferential speed is set to a winding operation speed before the start of winding of the yarn by threading onto the bobbin.
  2. The godet roller group includes a first godet roller that is first threaded,
    A second godet roller that is threaded next to the first godet roller,
    The rotational position of the second godet roller is a position at the time of threading operation close to the first godet roller when threading the second godet roller, and after the completion of threading to the second godet roller, to the bobbin 2. The yarn winding device according to claim 1, wherein the yarn winding device is moved to a winding operation position before the start of yarn winding by the yarn hooking.
  3.   The peripheral speeds of the first godet roller and the second godet roller are linked with the speed at which the second godet roller is moved from the position at the time of threading operation to the position at the time of winding operation. The spinning and winding equipment according to claim 2, wherein the speed is increased.
  4.   The yarn winding work facility according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the yarn hooking operation speed is 2300 m / min or less.
  5.   The yarn winding work speed according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein the yarn-working speed is 50% or more of a winding operation speed.
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