A heddle frame is the major part of a loom that produces woven cloth by insertion of weft yarns between warp yams. Warp yarns are manipulated by many heddles fixed in a heddle frame. Recently, the up and down speed of heddle frames has been increased much for the increase of productivity, which induces higher inertial stresses and vibrations in the heddle frame. The heddle frame has the rectangular cross-section. For the design of box type beams of rectangular cross-section, extensional stiffness EA, flexural stiffness El, and torsional stiffness GJ as well as the vibration characteristics are important and should be simultaneously considered. Tn this paper, the vibration characteristics of the composite and the composite sandwich beams for high-speed heddle frame were tested by impulse frequency response.