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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.
Superba to unveil new process from creel to winding
Carpet designers and manufacturers are looking to differentiate themselves. Thanks to the latest version of the MCD3 Space-dyeing machine, combined with the new MF400 texturisation device, and a heat-setting line, it is now possible to produce carpet yarn out of polyester, polyamide, polypropylene, acrylic, viscose or wool, in one continuous single-step-operation, more energy efficient, web connected, and almost pollution-free.
BONAS: The trendsetter in jacquard weaving
On the VANDEWIELE booth you can discover the Si27 on an Itema R9500-340 cm with 27.200 installed hooks, weaving wall covering & bed covers. To date, numerous Bonas Si’s with over 25.000 hooks are installed in the market, weaving a wide range of applications.
A big success for European machinery roadshow in Colombia
The first European roadshow of 14 textile machinery manufacturers took place on October 18 in Bogota and the following day in Medellin. With over 100 Colombian textile producers attending, it exceeded the expectations of the organisers, the Belgian (SYMATEX), French (UCMTF), Spanish (AMTEX) and Swedish (TMAS) textile machinery associations.
Van de Wiele to reveal new trends in carpet, velvet weaving
VAN DE WIELE will showcase all its latest technologies -- on the different textile fronts of Floor, Home, Technical and Fashion -- in a common booth in Hall 6 stall D9. VAN DE WIELE will show all the new trends into carpet and velvet weaving, as the great handlook quality in reed density up to 1200 dents/meter and 8 colours.
French machinery at India ITME 2016
The Indian textile industry, the second most important worldwide, and the French textile machinery manufacturers, the sixth exporters, have historically established strong ties. The French manufacturers, often world leaders on their specific markets, are offering state-of-the-art machinery and service in long fibre spinning, yarn twisting and control, heat setting, carpet systems, nonwovens, dyeing and finishing, air and recycling processes.
The Chinese market has recovered a satisfying level of activity since 2016 and the number of SUPERBA heat-setting lines sold has increased accordingly, not only to existing companies willing to extend their production capacity, but also to new prospects.