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USTER closes acquisition of EVS
Combined technology offers customers more potential for further automation and improvement for increased and sustainable performance.
Total testing centre is already a hit with spinners
Integrated data analysis with USTER TESTER 6 brings multiple advantages for owners, managers and yarn sellers.
The practical benefits delivered by USTER TESTER 6 range from assured quality control to expert process analysis and optimisation of the entire spinning mill with the total testing centre.
Spinning Automation Makes Headway!
Automation in spinning began with simple systems like Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) and Flexible Manufacturing Systems (FMS), but today it is integrated into the machinery and with IoT, automation is set to make a big leap, reveals the ITJ Cover Story.
Seamless transition to new USTER leadership
Uster Technologies has announced plans for a phased evolution in key senior management positions. Progression to the next leadership generation will see Harold Hoke (vice-president, sales and service) and Walter Kiechl (the company’s chief officer in China), step back gradually, to foster a seamless transition over the next year.
Uster announces leadership changes
Uster Technologies, a high-technology instrument developer of products for quality measurement and certification of textiles, has announced plans for a phased evolution in key senior management positions.
Evolution of a unique invention for quality
One of the pioneers of USTER STATISTICS tells the story of its origins and development.
This year USTER STATISTICS celebrates its 60th anniversary – so it is fitting to review the origins of this world-renowned textile benchmarking tool. And what better way than to hear the story first hand from someone who was closely involved right from the start? Peter Hättenschwiler, who devoted his entire working life to USTER, reveals the facts behind the remarkable success of a concept which was never actually intended to become quite so ‘famous’.
Accuracy of yarn count measurement put to test
Total transparency and accuracy in yarn count is regarded as one of the most crucial quality parameters for yarn trading and yarn processing. Even the slightest variations in yarn count can cause serious fabric defects such as striping, ruining the finished product. So, it’s obvious that control of this parameter is important. Any control is better than none at all, and standard manual methods fall into this category. Automatic measurement of absolute yarn count – and its variations – is therefore much faster, reliable and easier, using the Sensor FA with the USTER® TESTER 6. But how accurate is this high-speed solution? Detailed testing regimes at two spinning mills, in Europe and the USA, provided the answer.
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