In 1914, Americans invented air-jet looms. In 1950, Czechoslovakia produced the first commercial air-jet looms. In the 1970s, air-jet looms began to be used in industrial production. Early air jet looms were only able to produce narrow fabrics. The speed of the loom was low and the fabric quality was poor. Only monochromatic, simple plain plain fabrics could be produced. The modern new air jet loom speed, automatic monitoring level, product quality, variety adaptability, etc. have been greatly improved, becoming the fastest growing model in the shuttleless loom. Today's advanced air jet looms use a large number of advanced technologies, especially electronic and microelectronic technology to make the air jet looms greatly improved under the premise of ensuring product quality. Today's internationally renowned manufacturers are mainly: Japan Tsudakoma, Toyota, Belgium Picanol, Italy, and Germany's DORNIER.