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Easy Nonwoven 4.0: Data mining for economic & technical simulation of nonwoven cards
The aim of the project “Easy Nonwoven 4.0” was to increase the quality accuracy and the economic efficiency of the carding machine as a central, quality-relevant and highly complex machine in a carding web line using optical inspection technology and the aggregation of all relevant measurement data, say Cloppenburg F, Schlichter S and Gries T of the Institut for Textile Technology of RWTH Aachen.
Automation Leading The Way
Technological advancements and automation are drastically transforming the way in which goods are produced. The use of automation techniques is on the rise and will continue to be so in the coming years.
Oerlikon, AC-Automation integration completed
Oerlikon has acquired Germany-based AC-Automation GmbH & Co KG, an engineering company specialising in large-scale plant automation solutions for textile and packaging industries. The two companies have been partnering since the early 1980s. The integration of AC-Automation in Oerlikon expands the market-leading technology portfolio of its Manmade Fibers Segment. It also marks a milestone in Oerlikon’s ongoing quest to offer innovative, fully automated and digitally networked Industry solutions in the manmade fibre (MMF) industry.
Automated solutions ensure quality & safety
AC Automation is a young and dynamic team with a long tradition in the man-made fibre industry. The company was formed from the Autefa filaments business sold through Oerlikon in the year 2009.
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