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Stäubli tech for manufacturing advanced textiles
The list of potential applications of technical textiles seems almost endless. Engineers and research institutes regularly find new and more demanding areas in which the use of textiles can lead to technical progress, weight reduction, cost savings, or other benefits.
BFI launches UltraBond staple fibre
BFI has launched its PET-core-BICO Fibres for hygiene applications as well as its new UltraBond staple fibre, again demonstrating its commitment to help customers stay at the forefront of carded nonwoven products.
Big upswing in Oerlikon orders & sales
Oerlikon Group’s Manmade Fibers business recorded a substantial uptick in orders and sales, driven by the recovery of the filament equipment market in China.
A greener environment due to PLA staple fibre yarns
PLA staple fibres are a possible alternative as a substitution of existing synthetic fibre products. The replacement of oil-based polymers by bio-based alternatives is a topic that is regarded with high priority in textile innovation programmes, aver Vadim Tenner, Marie-Isabel Popzyk, Yves-Simon Gloy, Raf Van Olmen and Thomas Gries.
Challenging times for Oerlikon
The Surface Solutions Segment saw stable sales development in most of its key markets (tooling, automotive, general industries and power generation). The exception was aviation, where an uptick was registered. The filaments equipment market continued its downtrend, in line with China’s 13th Five-Year Plan and Oerlikon’s expectations. However, there appears to be the first light on the horizon and the Segment expects that the filaments equipment market will see a turnaround in 2016.
Birla Cellulose at Intertextile Shanghai
Shows fashion collections made from Birla Modal and other fibres. Birla Cellulose, a division of the $40 billion Aditya Birla Group and a world leader in speciality viscose staple fibres (VSF)
Bräcker, Graf, Novibra & Suessen present latest spinning rings
Bräcker, Graf, Novibra and Suessen presented in Shanghai their newly developed Premium Components. Bräcker presented the latest two new spinning rings redORBIT und OPAL®. The redORBIT and the OPAL® rings are the answers to the demands of today?s fast paced spinning industry, where the spinning mills have to work with very tight cost control, whilst adapting quickly to the ever faster changing markets.
Stäubli extends product range to technical fabrics
Stäubli has been one of the world´s leading manufacturers of high-speed textile machinery since more than a century. After decades of experience as a supplier of shedding solutions for weaving machines, weaving preparation systems, and carpet weaving systems in the traditional textile industry, Stäubli continued its efforts in research and development to extend its product range.