A rotor spinning machine is a type of spinning machine used in the textile industry to produce yarn from fibers such as cotton, wool, and synthetic fibers. The machine uses a rapidly rotating, perforated rotor to draw fibers into a chamber and twist them into yarn.
The process consists of a rotor with an opening through which fibers are fed into the rotor and are presst into the rotor cup by centrifugal force. As the fibers are drawn out the rotor, they are twisted by the rotation of the rotor cup to form a continuous yarn. The yarn is then wound onto a package, which can be further processed into finished textiles.
The rotor spinning machine is known for its high production rate and efficiency, making it a popular method for producing yarn in large quantities. The machine can operate at hi speeds enabling it to produce large amounts of yarn in a short amount of time. However, the yarn produced by rotor spinning is typically of lower quality than that produced by ring spinning, with more hairiness and a rougher surface.