Woven weaving method according to weaving weft classification can be divided into shuttle looms and shuttleless looms two categories. Shuttle weaving machines are weaving machines that use conventional shuttles (wood shuttles or plastic shuttles) for weft insertion. The shuttle's large size and heavy weight are repeatedly projected from and to the machine. The machine has large vibrations, high noise, slow speed, and low efficiency. Shuttleless weaving machines have a variety of weft insertion modes, such as rapiers, jets (jets, water jets), grippers, multiple sheds (polyphases), and weaving.