Computerised sectional warping machine from Bobbiler
Established in 2010, Bobbiler Tex Machinery India is a manufacturer, supplier and exporter of wide range of textile machinery. Bobbiler was the first in India to launch high speed sectional warping machine with latest technology. Softronic is Bobbiler’s computerised sectional warping machine.
A unique user interface design from Karl Mayer
KARL MAYER has been awarded the iF DESIGN AWARD 2016 for its KAMCOS® 2. KARL MAYER not only focuses on improving the performance features of its textile machines, it also concentrates on continuously upgrading the machine handling – and this company has developed some exceptional solutions.
Digital fashion marketing with ArahDrape
Arahne is a software company specialised in woven textiles. One of its products, ArahDrape allows a customer to apply a fabric texture (or simulation) over a photo of an existing product. It is mainly used internally within the design office to validate ideas with the final customers, even before the fabric was manufactured.
A new benchmark in heavy-duty circular weaving
Ten shuttles, high operating speed combined with low energy consumption, and an IQ (Indicator of Quality) never seen before on a loom for FIBC fabric: Starlinger’s FX 10.0 sets a new benchmark in heavy-duty tape fabric production.
New dimension for patterns on DORNIER machines
Using DORNIER’s ORW technology, it has become possible to successfully integrate embroidery in the weaving process so that weaving and embroidery can run at the same time on DORNIER weaving machines.
KERN-LIEBERS expands portfolio
And pin strips are among the critical parts in many machines along the textile process from fiber to yarn.
Saving compressed air in airjet weaving machine
Weaving mills can obtain considerable saving in energy costs by air mode software for achieving the shortest blowing time without any decrease in loom efficiency and performance, aver Prof SB Mhetre and Yadav Vishal C.
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