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TMAS members to support digital textile transformations
July 2020
The Swedish textile machinery association – have adopted a range of new strategies in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, aimed at assisting manufacturers of textiles and apparel to adjust to a new normal, as Europe and other regions emerge cautiously from lockdown.
Cut-resistant uniform for paramilitary forces
May 2020
Kunal Kaushal and Dr N Kumar of High Performance Textiles, Panipat, Haryana discuss development of cut-resistant uniform made-up of HPT Flex? yarn based knitted fabric.
Tirupur knitters eye $2-bn PPE opportunity
April 2020
South India’s cotton knitted garments capital, Tirupur, is struggling to step up production as demand for personal protective equipment such as masks and bodysuits has thrown up a $2 billion business opportunity.
TT for protection against thermal hazards EN 407-2004
April 2020
Akshay Katyal and Dr Nandan Kumar have discussed and compared multiple variants of gloves (seamless and cut and sewn) made up of para-aramid and other blended inherent flame-retardant fibres for protection against thermal hazards as per EN 407-2004.
Brueckner finishing system saves over 10-times water needs: CEO
March 2020
Many call Brueckner’s textile machinery as fascinating, agreeing to the catchphrase found on their website because as one Asian company bearing testimony to the machinery’s unique features says: “We achieve perfect dyeing results with our Brueckner thermosol line and this allows us to extend our production with high-quality products.
KARL MAYER’s smart shirt is opening up new applications
February 2020
The special feature of TEXTILE-CIRCUIT is that conductive yarns can be incorporated directly into the textile during the warp knitting process, and they can be positioned in any location and in any design.
Accessories that will boost performance of Monfongs 6500
February 2020
With A.T.E. providing sales and service, the Monfongs 6500 stenter has become one of the most widely used stenters in the Indian textile industry.
KARL MAYER RDPJ 6/2 EL opens up new patterning possibilities
January 2020
The pattern developers and specialist technologists in Japan closely studied the possibilities offered by the newly configured RDPJ 6/2 EL, and have developed more than 50 patterns over the last two years.
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