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“Weaves” fair to attract over 1k entrepreneurs
To facilitate the partnership between Indian and foreign buyers with manufacturers and traders, a four-day premier textile fair ‘Weaves’, with the theme “Global Connect for Weaving” was inaugurated at Texvalley. The last day of the exhibition will be December 8.
Lucky Weaves weaves magic!
Lucky Weaves has recently installed a KARL MAYER PROSIZE sizing machine, the latest innovation in sizing. A.T.E.’s brief interview with G Rajamanickam, Executive Director, Lucky Weaves, Erode about this investment is reproduced below.
Smart Weaves Making Waves!
Innovation in textiles has reached new heights covering various aspects including care, comfort, hygiene and functional values. An ITJ Exclusive takes a peep into this new world.
“Wear Your Sunscreen”, drums up an advertisement, promoting a dress with a textile material that can repel UV rays! Ever left the house and immediately regretted your choice of pastel shirt?
ITEMA weaves 80% growth in 3 years
Itema, the world’s largest privately held provider of advanced weaving solutions, including best-in-class weaving machines, spare parts and integrated services, announced results for the full year (FY2015) ended December 31, 2015, maintaining a positive trend for three years in a row.
Dornier weaves its way to tap scope in composites
Dornier weaving machine helps to open up potentials of modern textile manufacturing technologies for the production of high-performance fibre composite structures. Woven textile semi-finished products for glass, aramid, basalt and carbon fibre composites mainly help to reduce moving masses and therefore the CO2 emissions.
KCT organises workshop on woven CAD
KCT-TIFAC CORE in Textile Technology & Machinery of Kumaraguru College of Technology, Coimbatore jointly with the Department of Fashion Technology organised a short-term training programme on ´Woven CAD´ on August 7 at KCT, exclusively for the benefit of students from textile institutions, technicians working in weaving industry, designers working in apparel industries.
Natural colour cotton fabrics & made-ups
Natural colour cottons are environmental friendly material. Among the four cultivated species of cotton, colour lint is reported in G.arboreum among diploid and in G.hirsutum in tetraploid cottons. White G. barbadense are inherently superior sources of fibre quality and white G. hirsutum cottons are a source of both yield and fibre quality and these have been used for improvement of colour cotton.