Draw warping is a term used in correlation with weaving beams only. Draw warping connotes the drawing ("stretching") of POY yarn as well as winding the yarn parallel on beams - whereas this all happens on one machine.
PROCEDURE OF DRAW WARPING
The feedstock for draw warping is extruded POY yarn that is wound on spools (normally around 800 to 2000 ends) and put on a creel. Said yarn is then pulled off the spools and led through rolls that preheat and draw the yarn. The yarn goes then on a heat plate which fixates the drawing / orientation of the yarn. Finally, the yarn passes through cooling rools and is being wound on the warp beam.