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ITMACH brings latest textile technologies to investors
January 2020
ITMACH India from December 5-8, 2019 showcased latest textile technologies and machinery to the Indian textile industry. The International textile machinery and accessories exhibition was held in the country’s most vibrant textile manufacturing hub, Gujarat.
Picanol exhibits latest weaving tech
January 2020
Picanol demonstrated its latest weaving technology at the third edition of ITMACH India, which took place in Gandhinagar (Gujarat), the most important hub of textile manufacturing in the country.
Ring spinning as good as it can be
January 2020
Even in the best ring spinning mills, there is always room for improvements, among a complex range of options management and operatives need to consider for optimised productivity and profit. USTER®SENTINEL provides a fact-based overview of spinning machine performance, pinpointing real opportunities for excellence in the use of technology, components and manpower.
Interesting dimensions of ahimsa silk
January 2020
Our country has strong roots in producing textiles and accessories in eco-friendly manner. One such is the silk fabric, which is extracted from nature and has the qualification to get into nature after its life cycle.
Karl Mayer successfully closes in-house show in Shanghaitex
December 2019
From November 25-28, Karl Mayer welcomed around 400 guests from more than 220 textile companies at its location in Changzhou, China for Shanghaitex fair.
Karl Mayer is expanding Webshop Spare Parts platform
December 2019
Karl Mayer is expanding its Webshop Spare Parts platform in order to support its clients in their day-to-day operations even more effectively.
New Mayer & Cie. machine for three-thread fleece at ShanghaiTex
December 2019
At the ShanghaiTex trade fair, held from 25 to 28 November 2019, Mayer & Cie. China (MCN) exhibited its new machine for manufacturing three-thread fleece.
Automation: Stitching a bright future
December 2019
The major technological advancements associated with the First Industrial Revolution - that lasted from the mid-18th century to about 1830 - were concerned with textile manufacturing, especially spinning. John Kay’s invention of flying shuttle, which enabled wider cloth to be woven faster, in 1767 marked the beginning of modernisation (or automation) in the textile industry.
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