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Slasher Set

The number of beams required to make up a warp beam. Example: If a loom beam had 600 ends, then the following would be needed: 10 section beams with 560 ends, 11 section beams with 466 ends, and one with 474 ends, or some other combination of section beams that would be needed to produce the total number of warp ends needed.