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Wuxi No.1 Cotton Mill trusts Loepfe for quality
China’s Wuxi No. 1 Cotton Mill has recently invested heavily in upgrading all its existing Savio winders with Loepfe’s yarn clearing technology with foreign fibre functionality.
Automation is the only way forward: Director of MAG Solvics
With a humble beginning in early 1990s; today, MAG Solvics has grown manifold in terms of its R&D activities, product portfolio, market size, service networks and of course gained undisputed trust and confidence from the company's numerous customers across the country and the globe.
MAG SPinFO: Online spindle monitoring system
SPinFO acquires data from individual spindles in ringframe; individual machines precisely and provides a detailed overview of the machine performance to the users.
Cotton monitoring system in Pakistan
The Agriculture Department of Pakistan’s Punjab Province has launched a cotton crop monitoring system to safeguard cotton crop from pests.
Lakshmi Automachines online loom monitoring system
Located in Coimbatore, Lakshmi Automachine is well known for textile automation developed by a rare class of engineers, working comfortably with both electronics and textile disciplines of engineering, thereby redefining the benchmarks to improve performance by continuous monitoring.
Loepfe YarnMaster ZENIT PLUS
Convincing facts: Constant quality guaranteed in the winding process, quick trend detection within production, easy-to-use, all settings at a glance, covers each and every application, online production monitoring with management cockpit, easy maintenance, and database for product and group settings.
Trützschlers spinning range on display
On the 600 m² Trützschler stand in hall W2, the four business areas spinning, nonwovens, man-made fibre and card clothing, as well as the Chinese Trützschler Textile Machinery Shanghai (TTMS) are represented.
Lenzing Instruments range of real-time textile technologies
At Lenzing Instruments booth no. A04 in hall W5, producers and processors of staple fibre, filament, nonwovens, fabrics and plastic film will find a meeting point for discussions about optimised process- and quality control.