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From tie-ups to manufacturing, A.T.E.’s giant leap for growth
A giant never sleeps. Neither does he rest on laurels! Like the A.T.E. It all began with agency tie-ups close to eight decades ago, ushering in new eras for the Indian textile industry, which now covers across the textile value chain.
Electrifying designs & innovative E-textiles
Textiles can be used for heating, cooling and lighting. They can measure the heart rate, as well as monitor soil erosion on slopes, and can even be launched into space for use as space reflectors – as long as they are electrically conductive.
A new machine is shaping the standard sector
The new warp knitting machine with weft-insertion facility from Karl Mayer bears all the hallmarks of the high-end version in terms of its quality and reliability.
KARL MAYER takes on digital challenge with KM.ON
By next year at ITMA Barcelona, there will be systems for effective maintenance. The customers can find out the breakdowns in machines and can be supported on how to fix those through the systems and software tools, developed by us
Digitalisation Steals the Show!
Digitalisation is the new mantra for the next phase in textile production. It is slowly and steadily entering every aspect of textile machinery industry, and the recently-held ITMA Asia showed a glimpse of the digital era waiting to happen in textile production, reports ITJ Editor.
Warp-knitted fabrics for net curtains
The RJPC 4 F-NN jacquard raschel machine with fall plate, the RSE 4-1 raschel machine and various types of high-speed tricot machines can be used to produce warp-knitted fabrics for the net curtain sector.
The fabric makes a sofa
A high-fashion look for upholstery fabrics can be produced on the new RASCHELTRONIC.
Since the emergence of the athleisure trend, it has become clear that various synergies existing between specific segments of the textile sector can be exploited. For example, lingerie lace is being incorporated into the shirts of women runners, and functional materials are being used in sexy briefs. Home and household textiles can also profit from the transfer of ideas from one sector to another. For example, the possibilities offered by typical warp knitting machines used in the clothing sector are now bringing a touch of flamboyance to the home.
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