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  • Thread counter | Definition and Translations

    A thread counter or linen tester is a magnifying tool, where the lens is mounted at a fixed distance above the object being put under the tool. It was originally invented to check the quality of woven fabrics. But it also became a common tool in the printing industry.


    Dutch: dradenteller
    French: compte-fils
    German: Fadenzähler
    Italian: contafili
    Portuguese: conta-fios
    Spanish: Cuentahílos

    Ralf Herrmann By Ralf Herrmann ()
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