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Gerald Vogt is new CEO of Stäubli Group
December 2020
Gerald Vogt is appointed as the new CEO of Stäubli Group. Vogt will take over as CEO from retiring Rolf Strebel on 1, January, 2021. Vogt was previously responsible for the global business of the Robotics Division, which will be headed by Christophe Coulongeat on 1, January, 2021.
Circular knitting machines from Fukahama Machinery
October 2020
Fukahama Machinery Co, established on November 1, 1983, is a professional manufacturer of circular knitting machine. For many years, the company has endeavored to expand into foreign markets, and has continued to advance the technology and improve its products.
Kyang Yhe: A leader in needle looms & accessories
October 2020
Kyang Yhe (KY) delicate machine was established in Taiwan in 1964. The company is proud to be the most famous company in the world’s webbing industry
Karl Mayer unveils RDJ 6/1 EN machine for shoe fabrics
March 2020
Karl Mayer has expanded its range of machines with piezo jacquard technology for producing stylish shoe fabrics, and the new RDJ 6/1 EN has now been incorporated into the series comprising the RDPJ 7/1 EL and RDJ 5/1 machines.
Staubli’s machinery solutions support home-textile weavers
March 2020
The Active Warp Control (AWC) feature in the machine provides 100 per cent controlled management of warp threads for perfectly drawn-in weaving harnesses.
Staubli’s machinery solutions support home-textile weavers
January 2020
Stäubli’s Safir range of drawing-in machines delivers maximum benefits to home textiles customers.
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.
Weaving technologies today
September 2019
While the new developments in weaving are significant, more developments are still needed to allow the weaving industry to face the tough nonwovens’ competition, opines Jeyaraman Anandha Kumar.
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