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Fadis: 56 years of knowhow in precision winding
Fadis was founded in 1960 with the purpose of manufacturing textile machines such as rewinders, soft winders, assembly winders, hank to cone winders, reeling machines, spooling machines and intermingling machines, which are meant to process all types of yarns such as cotton, wool, silk, artificial fibres, synthetic fibres, mixed fibres, intermingled yarns, fancy yarns.
Savio’s breakthrough innovations in winding segment
The fifth edition of the combined show ITMA ASIA+CITME 2016 exhibition bought together the world’s leading textile technology manufacturers. Savio exhibited breakthrough innovations in the winding segment: the new Eco PulsarS automatic winder, the drumless Multicone technology and well-proven Polar winding machine.
The economic R 35 offers flexibility for applications
Thanks to the new S 35 spin box and improved technology, the semi-automated R 35 rotor spinning machine is able to process a wider range of raw materials. With 500 spinning positions, it achieves maximum production rates, explain Karel Bonek and Jagadish Gujar. The R 35 semi-automated rotor spinning machine is the economical alternative to produce quality yarns Ne 2 to Ne 40 using state-of-the art technology.
SSM makes its presence felt
SSM Schärer Schweiter Mettler AG participated at the following exhibitions in April and May 2016: IGATEX from April 20-23; INDO inter TEX from April 27-30; and TECHTEXTIL from May 3-5.
SSM's winding range at ITM
SSM attended the show in Istanbul from June 1-4 2016 in Hall 3, Booth 315A. Twelve applications with the latest SSM technology had been displayed and gained great attention. All machines were shown for the first time in Turkey.
SPGPrints' global debut of JAVELIN® digital printer
At ITM 2016, SPGPrints [at stand 805A] introduced the JAVELIN® digital inkjet textile printer. Featuring the company’s acclaimed Archer® print head technology, this multiple-pass solution combines precision geometrics with low running costs, and is ideal for medium volume requirements. The company also exhibited its NEBULA® digital inks that offer productivity and an expanded colour gamut for virtually all textile applications. SPGPrints also reinforced its commitment to optimising the rotary screen workflow, by showcasing the bestLEN 7412 laser engraver and its long-life, high-resolution NovaScreen® programme, including 245 mesh.
Changes in SSM top management
The Swiss-based SSM Schärer Schweiter Mettler AG, Horgen is the one brand and trend-setter that drives the global market in winding technologies
SSM's 8 new innovations
SSM and SSM GIUDICI – at ITMA – showed eight new product launches and a total of fourteen applications on their booth. The new XENO-platform attracted an extraordinary number of visitors.