High speed does not necessarily mean high efficiency. A high efficient terry loom means that the machine is capable of yielding quality fabrics without defects at high operating speeds. To become truly efficient, our terry loom introduces microelectronics technologies, along with the microprocessor and electronic computer. The electronic yarn cleaner, for example, can detect the yarn defects and remove them in time. By plugging the yarn cleaner into the port of microprocessor, users can get the statistical classification of yarn defects, thick spots (slub), and thin spots. The fabric inspection machine is also equipped with a microprocessor, to display in table forms the defective spot counts, defective spot location, length per roll of cloth(removing the damaged part of the cloth), and cloth weight. After a batch of cloth has been inspected, the fabric inspector also can display, print, and record by tapes the information about the total number of cloth rolls, classification of defective spots, and cloth damage amount.