ColorJet's VASTRAJET at GARFAB-TX
VASTRAJET is a brilliant digital textile printing machine, with a working printing width of up to 180 cm and can be easily integrated into an existing process house set-up.
India’s biggest manufacturer and marketer of wide format digital printers, ColorJet India Ltd gave a live demonstration of its robust and best selling direct to fabric digital textile printer, the VASTRAJET, at GARFAB-TX, which ran from March 9-11, 2018 at Sarsana Convention Centre, Surat.
ANDRITZ's needlepunch line for Italian firm
For the first time in Italy, the line will feature air-through bonding capabilities in combination with calendering.
ANDRITZ has received an order from Manifattura Fontana, based in Valstagna, Italy, and part of the Belgian technical textile company Sioen Industries, to supply a neXline needlepunch eXcelle line for the production of geotextiles. Start-up of the line is scheduled for October 2018.
Baldwin's groundbreaking TexCoat G3 technology
Baldwin Technology Company Inc. is pleased to showcase the TexCoat G3 for the first time in Turkey during the ITM trade show This groundbreaking Precision Application Technology product enables a sustainable textile and nonwoven finishing process, with low energy consumption, reduced water and chemistry waste, and substantial savings of production time and costs.
SPGPrints' high-speed digital printer
SPGPrints’ digital printing solutions using Archer technology and advanced rotary screens for apparel applications will be presented on its stand at ITM 2018. Highlights of the digital offering at the stand will be the 1,850 mm-wide version of the JAVELIN printer, a programme of inks for a wide range of fabrics, and information on other digital printers using Archer technology.
Recycling of polyester waste
Polyester-based fibres contribute 70 per cent of the total synthetic fibre production worldwide, say RN Turukmane, SS Gulhane and AL Bhongade.
Recycling of polyester waste is an important term used in different industries for reducing waste disposal into the environment. Nowadays, developed and developing countries aim to reduce pre- and post-manufacturing waste and focus on recycling. Waste disposal into environment increases risk for human’s life and so disposal of mechanical, chemical and thermal polymers should be reduced.
KARL MAYER's market-specific systems
KARL MAYER is exhibiting at this year’s ITM exhibition as an innovative partner in the warp knitting and warp preparation sectors, and one which can offer leading brands many new ideas and concepts.
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.