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Automation: Stitching a bright future
The major technological advancements associated with the First Industrial Revolution - that lasted from the mid-18th century to about 1830 - were concerned with textile manufacturing, especially spinning. John Kay’s invention of flying shuttle, which enabled wider cloth to be woven faster, in 1767 marked the beginning of modernisation (or automation) in the textile industry.
Inedit launches nT Masquerade software for textiles
Inedit has launched nT Masquerade, a high-specialised software to separate colours on printing design. The software is an addition to neoTextil, the pack of textile design plug-ins for Adobe Photoshop for textile design professionals.
India, a strategic market for Mimaki: Tobias Sternbeck
Mimaki is one of the leading manufacturers of inkjet printers and cutting systems in the world. The company offers a wide range of sublimation printers, ranging from entry-level printers to grand format printers for higher volume environments.
New B&R compact controller with integrated switch
B&R’s latest addition to its Compact-S series is a compact controller with an integrated switch. With an integrated switch, it enables daisy-chain cabling between network stations.
Datacolor’s new solution for textile industry
Datacolor, a global leader in colour management technology, is collaborating with Adobe to launch a set of innovative tools to help streamline process of digitally designing prints for fabrics.
Jeanologia presents eMark 5 in Bangladesh
Jeanologia, the Spanish company leader in development of sustainable and efficient technology, presented its new software eMark 5 that reduces time-to-laser mark by 15 per cent
Kidswear branding & marketing stressed
The importance of marketing and branding kidswear was underlined by Avinash Mayekar, MD of Suvin Advisors at the Children & Baby Maternity Expo 2018 (CBME 2018), which witnessed a grand opening in the presence of renowned film actress Esha Deol recently in Mumbai.
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