Following the rhythm of the machines

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Traditional factory work in the textile industry...

In the textile industry, the clock reigns supremely. Everything is determined by the time clock and is full of dust and discipline. The DASA textile factory represents an era defined by the cycle of the machine. The relentless machines are driven by steam, workers’ hand movements are strictly dictated and speed always comes first. Fantastic products, like fabrics, are made in no time at all. In this part of the exhibition, we will show you the reality behind the gleaming warp and weft threads.

Short overview

When

Permanent

Where

Weaving room

Price

Included in the DASA ticket

Opening hours

DASA Opening Hours

Time required

30 min

DASA Visitor Service

+49 (0) 231 9071-2645

Exhibition highlights

Webstühle in der DASA
Leisure visitorsSchools
Industrialisation

Weaving in and out: See our looms in action

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Kleiderfassade als Exponat in der DASA Ausstellungseinheit Im Takt der Maschine.
Leisure visitorsSchools
Industrialisation

The wall of clothes

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Kinder vor der Stempeluhr zur Zeiterfassung in der DASA
Leisure visitorsSchools
Industrialisation

The time cabinet

For a long time sun, moon, stars and the change of seasons were used to count time - since the 19th century mainly minutes are relevant ...

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Dampfmaschine in der DASA Ausstellung "Im Takt der Maschine"
Leisure visitorsSchools
Industrialisation

The steam engine

Steam engines were providing the energy for the machines. There were seen as symbols for progress - but at what price?

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Paar besichtigt den hölzernen Jacquard-Webstuhl in der DASA
Leisure visitorsSchools
Craftsmanship & Technology

The Jacquard loom

The loom brings the colourful patterns into the farbrics. You will get to know about its connection to digitalization ...

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Das Logo vom Sender WDR5
Logo der Route der Industriekultur