Magazine Contents
Contents of May 2008 issue

Scale Up Capacity 

Recently, there was a highly informative lecture on polyester scenario by a leading American fibre and intermediate manufacturer. He succintly answered the question “Why is Chinese polyester so strong?” Integration and sheer scale – to an extent, Chinese polyester industry has achieved good integration from polymerisation to DTY.

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Technical progress & structural changes in textile industry

Technical progress & structural changes in textile industryIn order to satisfy the needs of the newly emerging potential textile product markets like technical textiles, the Indian textile industry has to adopt recent advanced technologies.

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Quality requirements of ring cop in modern cone winding

Quality requirements of ring cop in modern cone windingIn order to attain the expected quality for any applications such as weaving or knitting, one should focus mainly on the fault-free feed material preparation and best winding capabilities can be achieved through best bobbin quality.

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Filament weaving on unconventional looms

Filament weaving on unconventional loomsWeaving with synthetic filament yarns has now become possible on all types of shuttleless weaving machines with suitable modifications.

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Spinning – A Special Feature
Conventional vs compact ring-spun yarn

Conventional vs compact  ring-spun yarnProduction of compact yarn significantly improves the inner structure of the ring-spun yarns. Physical-
mechanical properties of yarns, similar to those of other solid matters, are a function of their structure.

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Corporate Spotlight
Technical Textiles & Nonwovens

Fabric structures for protective textiles

Fabric structures for protective textilesThe structure of the fabric determines the characteristics such as strength, thickness, extensibility, porosity and durability of the protective textiles, says the author, who discusses the structure and performance of various textile fibre assemblies involved in the production of protective textiles.

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High tenacity fibres

High tenacity fibresTextile fibres such as Kevlar, carbon and HPPE are capable of replacing conventional materials such as aluminum and steel and in the future, high tenacity fibres are bound to rule the world of high-end applications.

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Trends & Technovation

ITMA Asia- CITME 2008 - Preview I
Europe leads with strong participation

Europe leads with strong participationOverseas exhibitors from the CEMATEX countries and Japan will present a powerful display of latest textile manufacturing technology at ITMA ASIA + CITME 2008 in July. With all 1,26,500 sq metres of stand space now fully booked, the exhibition, to be held from July 27 to 31, is guaranteed to be China’s biggest-ever textile machinery show.

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