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Mahlo: Birthplace of the weft straightener
The Orthopac RVMC was the first to combine the functionality of a weft straightener with that of a process control system in one compact device. On August 5, Mahlo GmbH + Co.KG celebrated its 72nd birthday.
Emco’s machine-friendly brakes
Emco Dynatorq Pvt Ltd is the only Indian company to manufacture more than 40,000 units a year from the state-of-the-art facilities, equipped with the most modern technology – 3D, CMM measuring machine, torque sensors, engagement and disengagement time measuring equipment undergoing constant up gradation and complete setup of R&D division.
Wearable cotton sensors developed
Conductive cotton fabrics have been developed into flexible wearable strain sensors. A team of scientists from the UK-based Cambridge University and Jiangnan University in China has used modified graphene to develop wearable cotton smart textiles.
Innovative rope dyeing
India-based producer and exporter of warping, sizing and indigo denim yarn and fabric dyeing technologies, Jupiter Comtex Pvt Ltd is introducing a new innovation in Indigo Rope Dyeing technology at ITMA 2015.
Trutzschler Spinning to launch advanced card
ITMA in Europe remains the industry´s leading trade fair. The importance given to it by Trützschler is in accordance with this fact. All four divisions will exhibit on a collective stand. Though a final decision on all the products to be exhibited has not yet been made, a central theme stands out: ´Processes and machines to improve economic efficiency at our customers are in the spotlight.´
Telmat launches automatic body measurement system
The SYMCAD III 3D Body Scanner is a new hi-tech solution for automatically taking complete or partial measurements of the human body. It is an ideal solution for made-to-measure clothing businesses, for sizing clothes as well as having applications in the fitness and healthcare markets.
i-Scan-µ2C improves elimination efficiency of foreign matters
Coimbatore-based Nestling Technologies has introduced an improved version of its i-Scan, called i-Scan-µ2C, which is ideally fitted immediately after the fine-opener exit for better elimination efficiency of foreign matters with minimum good fibre loss.
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