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Saving the weave through sustainability
The pandemic has clearly taught us to consume consciously. At present productivity and enhanced manufacturing is the goal for all industries. The manufacturing industry gives rise to lots of direct and indirect opportunities.
Major advances with USTER TESTER 6
It’s the acknowledged global standard in testing, at the heart of the laboratory in every quality-conscious textile mill. And USTER® TESTER 6 – the latest edition of the legendary Uster Technologies instrument – still keeps on improving, with innovative solutions to keep pace with latest industry trends
Trevira’s latest functional textiles
Trevira, the specialist for functional fibres and yarns, presented its products for a wide range of applications in the area of technical and functional textiles.
TT on Karl Mayer warpers: Endless possibilities
Karl Mayer sectional warpers offer the latest technology, and achieve the highest quality for optimum results in weaving.
Technical textiles are revolutionising the textile world due to the broadening of applications in end-use industries, such as automotive, construction, healthcare, and sports equipment and so on. New innovations off the weaving loom are used everywhere: in the construction of vehicles, in the medical sector, in wind turbines or as geotextiles
USTER? QUANTUM 3 creates milestone
The market success of the clearer has been accelerated by the launch of the latest version of the USTER® QUANTUM 3, which offers new features targeting intelligent quality management at specific fashion-oriented applications.
Fast and accurate: Quality assured for filament yarns
The amazing diversity of technical textiles applications is matched by the wide variety of quality characteristics needed in the raw material used – so filament yarn producers know they must work to the most stringent specifications and standards.
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.
CREALET´s new rapier weaving machine
CREALET is known for its innovative and customer-specific developments in the field of warp feeding. In addition to these applications, systems are offered, which are not manufactured by the machine manufacturer anymore.