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New Loepfe product boosts weaving productivity
October 2020
Loepfe Brothers has announced the launch of its new WeftMaster SFB – the first of several of planned launches featuring latest technology products aimed at maximising productivity in weaving mills.
Picanol’s latest weaving tech at Cinte Techtextil
October 2020
The company presented the OptiMax-i rapier machines at the expo. The wide OptiMax-i rapier machines can be equipped with positive guided grippers in widths up to 212-inch (540 cm). This demonstrates how Picanol can efficiently replace obsolete projectile technology for such applications as agro-textiles, packaging, and carpet backings.
Efficient air-jet system for combed cotton yarns
October 2020
Air-jet yarns and the knitted and woven fabrics made from them are one of several interesting trends. Air-jet spinning offers many unique advantages.
Strategy for recovery of textile & apparel industry
October 2020
Our strategy should be focused on conquering the larger pie of the textiles and apparel segment in the international market, writes Avinash Mayekar of Suvin Advisors.
Growth opportunity for Indian textile industry
October 2020
Except spinning, majority of the textile and apparel machinery demand of India is being fulfilled through imports, especially for investments in latest technology machines by large/organised mills.
Interview: Alex Zucchi, President, ACIMIT
October 2020
ACIMIT (the Association of Italian Textile Machinery Manufacturers) is a private non-profit making body and its main purpose consists in promoting the Italian textile machinery sector and in supporting its activity, mainly abroad, through the most updated and innovative promotional means, constantly improved during its 70 years of life.
Retech invests in continuous innovation
October 2020
Construction work on the new logistics centre, at Retech’s headquarters in Meisterschwanden, started at the end of February, shortly before the coronavirus pandemic outbreak.
Spinning efficiency!
October 2020
One of the major factors contributing to spinning efficiency is strength of yarn and if we able to improve this parameter, the net result will be a much better working of the ring spinning machines. The experiment stated below proves that yarn breaks during spinning is much lower when we are able to align the maximum number of fibres along the yarn axis and allow the twist flow up to the nip of the front roller. The fibre fleece is firmly bonded immediately after coming out of the front roller nip and thus the effort in reduction of spinning triangle is paying back.
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