Search Result For
Result(s) found: 45
Picanol to display 4 high-tech weaving machines
Picanol will take this opportunity at the India-ITME 2016 to present all of its latest high-tech weaving machines and underline its prominent position in the Indian market by displaying four high-tech weaving machines at its booth. In addition to two recently introduced OptiMax-i rapier machines, two state-of-the-art OMNIplus Summum airjet machines will also be on display.
Itema to exhibit 5 machines
Itema, the world´s largest privately held provider of advanced weaving solutions, will exhibit five weaving machines in its booth and one rapier machine with Jacquard application in Stäubli booth at India ITME. Moreover, the company will highlight the strong advantages of its original spare parts in a dedicated corner, which will be of great interest for many weavers who have installed both the latest Itema machines and the previous Sulzer, Somet and Vamatex models.
Suessen | Firm German roots & global reach
Suessen was founded in 1920 in the South German village of Suessen, from where it took its name. From its inception Suessen concerned itself with textile components and systems. Spindles were followed by top weighting arms and bottom rollers. In the mid 70s, we got involved in Open End spinning, and it the late 90s, compact spinning followed. In 2002, Suessen was acquired by the well-known Swiss company Rieter.
Suessen's compact spinning system
SUESSEN, a manufacturer of airjet, warp spinning and ring spinning equipment with facilities in Germany, Brazil, India, the Czech Republic and a subsidiary in the USA, is planning to exhibit its products during ITM Istanbul to demonstrate the competence in handling and processing natural and man-made-fibres within the ring- and rotor spinning process. SUESSEN’s EliTe CompactSet is the world’s most in demand compact spinning system.
Picanol to present new rapier & airjet innovations
For ITMA, Picanol will be presenting a wide variety of new airjet and rapier weaving machines. The year 2015 sees Picanol celebrating 40 years of manufacturing rapier weaving machines with the global launch of its new OptiMax-i and TerryMax-i machines.
The world of fibres and yarns
What do handbags, hovercrafts, habitats, hang-gliding, halyards, healthcare and horticulture have in common? Natural fibres like wool, cotton, silk, jute and linen were used to make textiles more than 5,000 years ago. Textiles, once used primarily as a means of protecting oneself from the environment and for ornamentation, has moved beyond the home into construction, transportation, aerospace, agriculture and medicare, over the last hundred years.
SUMA SL 288 for double width weaving
SUMA SL 288 is a CPM (electronic jacquard) designed for double width weaving machines. Electronic control system in this CPM has been designed on the latest micro processor based technology. It has four vertical heads containing 72 hooks in each head for making patterns on selvedges.
Innovations fuel big growth at itema
Itema has weaved its way to success amid troubled times thanks to its relentless pursuit of innovations.
It was a dream come true; nothing short of a miracle! In 2012, global weaving market, hit by negative growth, dipped by 30 per cent, but Itema Group, the Italian weaving machinery giant held its head high, by registering a growth of +60 per cent.