A small pin, or cylinder, formerly of bone, now most commonly of wood, used in the making of pillow lace. Each thread is wound on a separate bobbin which hangs down holding the thread at a slight tension.
A spool or reel of various material and construction, with a head at one or both ends, and sometimes with a hole bored through its length by which it may be placed on a spindle or pivot. It is used to hold yarn or thread, as in spinning or warping machines, looms, sewing machines, etc.
A cylindrical or spool-shaped coil or insulated wire, usually containing a core of soft iron which becomes magnetic when the wire is traversed by an electrical current.
A thread supply for the bottom thread in a lockstitch machine. Pre-wound bobbins, manufactured to maximize yardage on the bobbins, can be bought from Coats.
A device used to feed thread to the needle on a lockstitch machine. Has a definite amount of thread on it and must be changed periodically.
A spool-like device upon which filling yarn is wound for use in a shuttle in weaving. The bobbin sets in the shuttle and carries the yarn across the loom. Also refers to the metal receptacle that holds the underthread in a sewing machine that fits into the bobbin case beneath the metal plate below the needle.
A yarn package that single yarn is wound on in a textile mill. A bobbin is also a small metal spindle that is inserted into the hook of lockstitch sewing machines. Sewing machine bobbins can be wound at the sewing operators work station or pre-wound bobbins can be purchased. When ordering pre-wound bobbins, the following information is required: Thread type & size, color, bobbin style, and sided or sideless.
Noun: A small spool of thread inserted in the bottom of a sewing machine used to form the lower part of the sewing machine's stitches.
A tool for holding a spool of thread while fly tying which allows the thread to be dispensed with a controlled tension.
A small, wooden or metal core on which YARN is wound.
A part having one or more flanges connected to a barrel in a spool configuration. It may be any one of a number of round, square, oval, or rectangular configurations on which magnet wire is spirally wound into a coil.
a hard wood core of various kinds with a hole drilled up the center on which yarns are wound. Bobbins are put on spindles in spinning machines of all types.
A thin reed or stick which holds thread.
a winder around which thread or tape or film or other flexible materials can be wound
a fabricated or molded form used to hold the coil in place
a form of spindle turning, meaning the blank is turned on the long axis
a small item, such as a circle of cardboard, wound with yarn
a small spool for holding thread
a thread supply for the bottom thread in machines
a tool designed to hold your thread
Spool or reel that holds bobbin thread (or 'under thread') in bobbin case. Bobbin thread works with upper thread to create stitches.
a tyer's tool for holding thread.
Small spool or reel that is wound with the thread used on lockstitch machines. Bobbins can be wound on the sewing machine or come pre-wound from the thread supplier. Generally, pre-wound bobbins contain much higher yardage than machine wound bobbins allowing for fewer bobbin changes
The shipping package onto which textile strand or yarn is wound, and that can be used on various textile processing (also known as cops).
A cylindrical electrode (usually the positive) pressed from a mixture of the active material, a conductive material, such as carbon black, the electrolyte and/or binder with a centrally located conductive rod or other means for a current collector.
A cylindrical cell design utilizing an internal cylindrical electrode, and an external electrode arranged as a sleeve inside the cell container.
A tube (most commonly made of plastic or metal) which is attached to the back of the speaker cone. The voice-coil is wound around the bobbin.
Spool or reel that holds the bobbin thread, which helps form stitches on the underside of the fabric.
A spool or cylindrical barrel onto which yarn is wound for use either in the shuttle for weaving or for carrying the under thread in a sewing machine. The term is usually qualified to indicate the purpose or process for which it is used: ring bobbin, spinning bobbin, condenser bobbin and weft bobbin. A brass bobbin is used on lace making machines.
A device upon which the windings of a transformer or inductor are wound, which provides a form for the coil and insulates the windings from the core.
A cylindrical or tapered barrel used for holding slubbings, rovings or yarn.
The spool or shipping package on to which textile yarns are wound.
lace General description of handmade lace created with small bobbins holding each strand, attached to a small pillow. Beginning with a paper design, pins are inserted and the strands interlaced around them to form the pattern.
a small stick on which thread is wound.
The small spool that holds thread for the lower portion of a sewing machine.
Spool or reel that holds the bobbin thread in a sewing machine; this thread forms stitches on the fabric underside.
A non-conductive material used to support windings, most commonly used in components devices where the magnet wire can not be wound directly onto the magnetic core.
1. Spool or reel that holds the thread used to form the underside stitching. Used in lockstitch sewing machines. 2. On taping, cording and coiling machines the spool that holds the cord is also called a bobbin. See picture. Bobbins Bobbincase: Small round metal device for holding the bobbin and tensioning the bobbin thread. Inserted in the hook for sewing. See picture. Bobbincase (one style)
A spool or quill around which warp thread is wound for weaving. Often the bobbin fits into a shuttle.
A bobbin is a spindle or cylinder, with or without flanges, on which wire, yarn, thread or film is wound. Bobbins are typically found in sewing machines, cameras, and within electronic equipment.