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Spinning: A showcase of robust growth
October 2014
Spinning has remained as an indispensable preliminary step to fabric formation in spite of many technological developments that provide the means to achieve direct conversion of fibres to fabrics. Ever since the spinning wheel was invented in India, first of the kinds of automation effort towards mechanisation
Improved competitiveness by reducing energy
October 2014
Energy costs are one of the most important cost factors in textile production. Apart from cutting-edge machinery, a professional energy management system with integrated monitoring can achieve considerable savings.
VDMA: German technology combats pollution
September 2014
German technology can play a major role in nations´ efforts to make the environment cleaner and to increase the energy efficiency of the textile industry.On occasion of a guided tour initiated by the German VDMA Textile Machinery Association at ITMA ASIA + CITME in Shanghai, high representatives from Chinese authorities
Anti-static protection when it counts
September 2014
Static electricity is generated everyday. A charge can build up when two unlike materials make contact and are separated from each other, for instance by friction or the rubbing of garments.
Meeting targets: Keyword to success in garmenting
August 2014
The Indian apparel industry has grown up in past few years but at the same time it is facing stiff competition from the countries where labour rate is lower, which is making its survival a bit tougher.
Debut of the new Thies yarn dyeing machine iCone
July 2014
Yarns are made from different fibre types and weights for the different application purposes. Yarn can be wound by various methods, namely random winding, step precision winding and precision winding. The spindle speed, package format, structure and design, as well as the stroke can be adjusted individually.
JAT810 air-jet: More energy saving & productivity
January 2014
Toyota Industries Corporation (TICO), headed by its President, Akira Onishi, has made the first model change in 10-years to its air-jet loom, the main product of its textile machinery business,
Powerloom Economics: Trader VS Weaver
January 2014
The textile industry in India is one of the few industries which has the potential to emerge as a true global player. A well-devised action plan coupled with effective delivery mechanism can see India as emerging as a winner in the quota free market.
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