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Digital footprints in the textile printing market are multiplying. This was clearly visible during the ITMA Barcelona in June this year where a separate hall was dedicated to the digital printing industry, with a 40 per cent rise in the space for this fastest growing segment, reports the ITJ cover story.
Trident to invest Rs 1k cr in J&K
The Trident Group plans to invest Rs 1,000 crore in Jammu and Kashmir to help develop the union territory, according to its chairman Rajinder Gupta.
Weaving technologies today
While the new developments in weaving are significant, more developments are still needed to allow the weaving industry to face the tough nonwovens’ competition, opines Jeyaraman Anandha Kumar.
Productive spinning with high short-fibre content
The strength of the Rieter rotor spinning system has always been its high productivity and achievement of a consistent yarn quality, particularly in applications with shorter fibres.
Autoleveller calibration for drawframe
Most of the drawframe autolevellers are open loop auto levellers. In open loop autolevellers, sensing is done at the feeding end and the correction is done by changing either a break draft or main draft of the drafting system, says Temesgen Regassaa, Higher Textile Engineer, ETIDI.
Bale management for spinning industry
Real bale management is based on individual bale results of all lots and the mixing will be based on the individual bale results, writes Muluneh Chalie, Lead Textile Engineer, ETIDI.
Dappr sensors for all industry needs
Manufactured in Coimbatore, Dappr Sensors are designed and engineered to suit versatile applications and challenging conditions while maintaining its performance through high accuracy. A Dhanalakshmi, Head – Projects at Dappr, says, “we are flexible to provide customised solutions f or our product to meet the demands of a wide range of industries.”
We introduced the concept of Clean India: Director, Roots
Roots Multiclean, India’s first mechanised cleaning equipment manufacturer, was launched with a vision of a cleaner nation. Soon, the company, a part of Roots Group of Companies, became the largest company in India for its mechanised cleaning equipment. Dr S Chandrasekar, Director – Strategic Sourcing, Plant Engineering & Corporate Planning, Roots Group of Companies, says proudly “We introduced the concept of “Clean India” even before it was announced by our Prime Minister.”