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Van de Wiele’s revolution in carpet weaving
The new RCE2+ rug and carpet expert weaving machine is a truly digital workhorse, with all yarns continuously controlled and measured and the difficult bobbin changes of the past completely eliminated.
To go for GM cotton or not is Kenya’s question!
Kenya’s cotton sector is generally characterised by about 140,000 smallholder farmers with a low average yield of 0.53 tonnes of seed cotton per hectare, according to the World Bank.
Baldwin's groundbreaking TexCoat G3 technology
Baldwin Technology Company Inc. is pleased to showcase the TexCoat G3 for the first time in Turkey during the ITM trade show This groundbreaking Precision Application Technology product enables a sustainable textile and nonwoven finishing process, with low energy consumption, reduced water and chemistry waste, and substantial savings of production time and costs.
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
COBOT brings in new hope for industrial automation
Automate almost anything proclaims Universal Robots (UR), a Danish manufacturer of smaller flexible industrial robot arms, based in Odense. With Industry 4.0 knocking at the doors of textile industrial world dotted with small units, in India, may be UR brings new hopes into the initiation of automation.
Maharashtra targets to buy 100 lakh qtls of cotton
The Mumbai-based Maharashtra State Co-Operative Cotton Growers Marketing Federation said it is ready to procure up to 100 lakh quintals of cotton as against the 27 lakh quintals it had purchased last season. About 370 lakh quintals of cotton yield is expected
Housing boom to spur hometex market
Boom in housing as a result of the burgeoning middle class in India is a major growth driver for the home textile market. Change in lifestyle and growing awareness of hygiene is fuelling this growth. An ITJ report bares some details.
Threats to King Cotton
King Cotton has reined supreme on the Indian soil since time immemorial. Its fortunes have been rising slowly though many threats have loomed large. Recently, India is poised to emerge as No. 1 producer of cotton in the world.
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