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Zero-tolerance quality for nonwovens producers
Some sweet-toothed individuals might dream of a room full of candy floss. The fairground treat certainly has its appeal… but what if you had to find an object as thin as a one cent coin hidden inside the sugary mass? A sticky problem, for sure. Now, let’s imagine we are dealing with tufts of man-made fibre instead, the kind used as feedstock for spun-laced nonwovens.
The evolution of quality management
Uster Technologies offers a unique portfolio of solutions for textile quality control, management and improvement, from fibre to fabric – adding value for each stage of production.
Digitalisation Steals the Show!
Digitalisation is the new mantra for the next phase in textile production. It is slowly and steadily entering every aspect of textile machinery industry, and the recently-held ITMA Asia showed a glimpse of the digital era waiting to happen in textile production, reports ITJ Editor.
USTER® Tester celebrates 70th anniversary
The famous USTER® Tester celebrates its 70th anniversary this year, and its unique reputation as a driver of textile quality worldwide is stronger than ever. Even in its earliest version, this remarkable instrument was a big hit with spinning mills, inspiring a new focus on yarn quality.
USTER closes acquisition of EVS
Combined technology offers customers more potential for further automation and improvement for increased and sustainable performance.
Uster service: Beyond problem-solving
USTER Service goes way beyond problem-solving. On-site they take some time to train operators to execute the tests optimally and to get the most out of their quality testing and monitoring equipment.
USTER STATISTICS: A language of textile quality
The 60th anniversary of USTER STATISTICS highlights remarkable increases in quality expectations worldwide. It all started as three pages in the German textile magazine Melliand in 1957. Today, the global benchmarks known as USTER STATISTICS have legendary status throughout the industry as an objective measure of quality.
Com4® yarn seminar 2017 at Winterthur
On October 5 and 6, the Com4® yarn seminar 2017 will be held in Winterthur (Switzerland). In the seminar, experts from Rieter and Uster Technologies AG will impart knowledge on the day-to-day textile activities of yarn traders and downstream processors. Core focus is on the properties of the yarns and their influence on the fabrics.
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