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Loepfe to use Falcon-i for projects in China & Taiwan
Loepfe, a manufacturer and solution partner for electronic online quality assurance systems, has announced that in order to detect even the tiniest yarn irregularities, company is using Falcon-i which offers extensive sensitivity levels, allowing customers to fine-tune the ratio of machine stoppages caused by necessary quality control stops.
Worldwide shipments of new texmach decreased in 2019
The report from the 42nd annual International Textile Machinery Shipment Statistics (ITMSS) covers six segments of textile machinery, namely spinning, draw-texturing, weaving, large circular knitting, flat knitting and finishing.
Australia to produce medical masks with Oerlikon tech
Oerlikon’s German-based business unit Oerlikon Nonwoven has now executed legal and commercial arrangements to supply the specialised machinery which can manufacture the nonwoven material locally.
Gartex Texprocess to be held from Dec 17–19 2020
With an aim to provide an impetus to denim industry stakeholders in the aftermath of the pandemic, organisers Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India and MEX Exhibitions have jointly announced new dates for both New Delhi and Mumbai editions of the Denim Show.
Antiviral fabric: The new buzzword
Antibacterial treatment of clothing was already relatively widespread before the Covid-19 outbreak, marketed as a way consumers could critically reduce the frequency of washing their clothes but the pandemic has hastened demand for its protective qualities.
Groz-Beckert: Hub of the knitting world
The Groz-Beckert Knitting division produces and distributes more than 50,000 products for the fields of circular knitting, legwear, flat knitting, and warp knitting. Besides high-performance needles and system parts for all kinds of knitting machines, the product range also includes knitting cylinders for large-diameter circular and seamless bodysize machines.
Textile chemicals market size to reach $26.40 billion
The global textile chemicals market size is projected to reach $26.40 billion by the end of 2027. The increasing applications of the product across diverse industry verticals will emerge in favour of the growth of the market.
1st high-performance fibre from date palm by-product!
Five Egyptian researchers recently claimed to have developed the world’s first high performance fibres and reinforcements from by-products of date palm pruning like frond and fruit stalks, also called PalmFil. The sustainable and economical fibre is compatible with textile and composite processing and offers the properties needed for future lightweight cars.
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