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F&A & HOMTEX returns to Bengaluru
In to its 12th edition, the 2015 edition of the Fabrics & Accessories Trade Show (F&A Show) returns from March 12-14, 2015 to the Trade Centre, Whitefield, Bengaluru and is set to offer an enhanced all-round sourcing experience with a large number of exhibitors showcasing a wide range of yarns, fabrics, accessories and services.
Colour matching cabinet by Amith Garment
Amith Garment Services, a leading exporter, manufacturer & supplier of switch cutter, lab shaker and colour cabinet from Bengaluru, Karnataka, is pleased to introduce as developers of CAD/CAM products for textile design creation, design data management, production planning and integration with SAP/ERP, etc.
Material testing solutions for apparel industry
India has a huge textile industry for both domestic and export markets. It is the second largest employment earner and is growing at 11 per cent annually. It enjoys an efficient multi-fibre raw material base, skilled labour, manufacturing excellence
KCT organises 2-day workshop
KCT-TIFAC CORE in Textile Technology & Machinery of Kumaraguru College of Technology, Coimbatore Jointly with Department of Fashion Technology organised a workshop on ¨Woven and garment CAD
WRA: From woollen to sportech
Since its inception in 1963, the Wool Research Association (WRA) has been catering to the needs of woolen and allied industries through its dedicated R&D and technical services including testing & training. With Designation as ¨Centre of Excellence(COE)
Staubli perfects jacquards
This year Staubli has produced Jacquard fabrics on four weaving machines at its ITMA Asia stand for the first time. As a noteworthy premier, Staubli demonstrated the production of lining fabric on the world´s most modern Jacquard machine, the type SX, in conjunction with a water-jet weaving machine operating at a rate of over 1,000 weft insertions per minute.
Virtual product development in textiles
Virtual product development (VPD) is the practice of developing and prototyping products in a completely digital 2D/3D environment, affirm Rajanna L Gotipamul, Dhange Vaibhav and Vivek Chilveri.