Major advances with USTER TESTER 6
It’s the acknowledged global standard in testing, at the heart of the laboratory in every quality-conscious textile mill. And USTER® TESTER 6 – the latest edition of the legendary Uster Technologies instrument – still keeps on improving, with innovative solutions to keep pace with latest industry trends
Rieter makes progress with digitisation of spinning mill
The all-in-one spinning mill management system: ESSENTIAL – Rieter Digital Spinning Suite integrates all digital applications. The system connects all machines and auxiliaries that influence the production of yarn and provides user-defined interfaces for third-party systems such as enterprise resource planning (ERP).
Inventing solutions, our forte: Jothi Murugan of Robotex
Jothi Murugan, who has around 22 years of industrial experience in various fields like research and development, new product development, production and quality management and intellectual property (IP) rights, came up with a unique concept right after coming back from Germany, where he was working with a Research Institute.
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.
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.
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.
B&R takes packaging machinery to a whole new level
With advancements in technology, packaging industry is gearing up for maximising machine performances. At the recent PackPlus held in New Delhi, India, B&R presented its comprehensive range of products and solutions for automating and digitising machines and factories for the packaging industry.
Investigating heat transfer of heat protection textiles
In a heat-exposed working environment there is a risk of scalding and heat stroke for the employee. The heat protection textile developed as part of the HEATex research project is used here as underwear.
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