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New system concepts for spinning filament yarns
Two spinning concepts for the economic production of high quality bico filament yarns promise tailormade solutions for all applications, explain Günter Schütt and Susanne Beyer from Oerlikon. Although bicomponent yarns have been around for about 50 years now and they are not a new phenomenon, we have seen a constant increase in demand over the past few years (with frequent fashion-related peaks in 2015, for example). Reasons for this development are manifold. In addition to current fashion trends, new, highly-efficient solutions for manufacturing textile fabrics such as circular knitting, for instance, reduce production costs.
A critical analysis of nonwoven technologies
Nonwoven fabrics have quietly revolutionised consumer, medical, and industrial market places, say Laga S K, Vignesh Dhanabalan and Daniel Karthik who provide details of the manufacturing of nonwoven with emphasis on fibre usage,
Macro potential in microfibres
Microfibres can give birth to a completely new generation of ultra-fine synthetic yarns, which are bound to have abrighter future in the Indian market due to the aesthetic properties of the fabrics made out of these yarns, assert Pooja Bhatt and Dr Alka Goel.
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