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Knitting industrial IoT into textile
Modernisation has touched every industry. Textile industry is no exception! Even though decade old machines and processes are still in use, industrial IoT is gaining rapid traction in the textile sector. Industry 4.0 solutions and digital advances represent great opportunities to increase competitiveness in manufacturing. The increasing connectivity across machines and factories promises improvement in production, productivity, efficiency, inventory management and waste reduction.
Concept shoe uses Evo® yarn
Presented for the first time at the Fashion Hub – Spazio Cavallerizze, the concept shoe created exclusively to complete the outfits of the new collection by Tiziano Guardini, a designer who has made sustainability the distinctive feature of his ultra-original creations.
Stäubli’s DEIMO 2900SL at YiwuTex
Stäubli will exhibit the DEIMO 2900SL controller for circular knitting machines, which can be applied on the machines for the production of socks, pantyhose, and – in the mid-to-high diameter range – underwear or seamless garments at YiwuTex, which will be held from June 13-15, 2017 at Yiwu International Expo Centre, Zhejiang Province, PR China.
Designing seamless handloom garments
Seamless clothing plays an important role with its advance technology that quickens the production process and gives comfort for the wearer without a seam. Dr S Kauvery Bai and Pallavi BS elaborate on how to design and develop seamless handloom garments using double cloth tubular weaving technique.
Italian machinery export to India up 14%: Carabelli
If you ask many an Italian textile machinery company, what are the factors behind their success, they mostly point out to two elements: Tradition & Innovation. For years, these companies have upheld the great values of their tradition, and by spending 5 per cent of their turnover constantly year after year on research and development (R&D), they have given priority to innovation.
Lonati Group: A 'seamless' transition
Francesco Lonati founded the first production unit of circular knitting machines for men’s and children’s socks in Rezzato in 1946. The Commendatore del Lavoro Francesco Lonati, born in Botticino on February 28, 1911, started working at the age of 12 and by helping himself step by step he also helped many other people.