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LMW: A leader in spinning technologies
In most sectors of textile manufacturing, automation is one of the major key to quality improvement and cost competitiveness. Automation also helps in addressing the challenges on Manpower whose costs are spiralling higher every year.
SERVOlap E 26 automatises combing installations
Thanks to the SERVOlap E 26, a reduction in labour costs of up to 30 per cent can be achieved. The flexible and efficient transportation of laps allow for carefree machine operation in combing installations; and smooth machine operation can be continued even through the night shift.
Simta: Towards strategic focus on innovative verticals
Simta is poised for sustained growth not only in textile engineering but in all-encompassing technology. Textile and textile engineering are coming of age in the national level in our country,etc.
Marzoli to display FT6DE roving frame
A fully-updated version of its market-leading roving frames. The FT6E, 110mm gauge, and FT7E, 130mm gauge, equipped with all the most advanced technology, represent technological excellence for productivity and efficiency.
The drives for the drafting system, the flyers, the spindles and the bobbin rail are independent and coordinated by the central CPU.
Neuenhauser completes over 20 projects in India
For just a few weeks now, 169,728 spindles have been doing their duty under one roof at the largest ring spinning plant in the world. The Welspun manufacturing facility in Anjar, India is an enterprise of superlatives, and active VDMA member the Neuenhauser Group has been instrumental in its development: 55 kilometres of track with 944 switches were installed just to transport the roving bobbins.
Marzoli's integrated bobbin transport system
In occasion of ITMA 2015 in Milan, Marzoli will present its advanced integrated bobbin transport system. The system highlights full mechanical and logic integration with roving and spinning frames thus realising a superior and integrated spinning section maximising coordination and effectiveness of roving and spinning operations through a constant and regular supply for the spinning frames allowing for full productivity of the spindles.
The profitable Rieter ring system
Despite historically low prime interest rates in the industrial nations, in many regions of the earth very high capital costs still prevail. For the affected customers, the question of the optimal design of their spinning mill in relation to the degree of automation and flexibility therefore still continues to be raised. Both factors have a significant influence on the investment sum and the associated capital costs over the depreciation period.
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