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Less waste thanks to Oerlikon smart factory

A typical manmade fiber system produces well over 600 tons of yarn a day. This equals in around 700 winders in filament yarn production or 3 systems in staple fiber production. These figures show just how important smooth production...

The secret of Asteks’ success in the market despite the pandemic

Offering complete grinding solutions to the textile industry, Asteks continued to develop close ties with its partners despite the tough pandemic conditions. Providing fast and continuous supply of high quality and reliable apron, cot and grinding machines demanded by...

The TC 19i card sets a new benchmark in man-made fiber processing

Man-made fibers are durable, versatile and cost-effective. That’s why they have become indispensable in yarn production over the past decade and now account for more than 40 percent of staple fiber consumption. Truetzschler has supported this trend by developing...

Antibacterial Everfresh offers health and comfort together

Aksa Akrilik has launched its antibacterial product Everfresh, which has been developed over 3.5 years through R&D. In addition to the mask, which has become mandatory especially due to the coronavirus pandemic, Everfresh is ideal for use in a...

Truetzschler met with the textile industry in Shanghai

Exhibitions that had not been held for a long time due to the pandemic started to be organized again in Asia. Textile technology manufacturer Truetzschler attended the 22nd edition of DOMOTEX asia / CHINAFLOOR, the largest flooring exhibition in...

USTER gains value with its employees

USTER's outstanding support is always ready for its customers. With more than 225 qualified engineers and technologists in its four regional and 29 local service centers, USTER has the world of textiles covered. Its expert teams ensure that every...

Get the most out of your spinning mill

The current situation caused by COVID-19 means priorities in the spinning industry have shifted. It is essential to get the best out of existing systems. But there will also come a time after COVID-19, in which investments will be...

Woolen fabrics have better performance against fire

Several different types of natural and manmade fibres give life to textile products with their different features. Many different features such as comfort, durability, being healthier, sweat absorption, water repellence, brilliance, etc. make these fibres preferable. What about fire...

Ideal twisting technologies for blended yarns

In blended yarns, different properties combine, resulting in enhanced physical properties and desirable characteristics in the final product. Another advantage of blended yarns is cost effectiveness. A good example illustrating these points is cotton/polyester blends in a ratio of...

Sustainability is in Lenzing’s DNA

With the coronavirus outbreak, we have once again seen the power and speed of nature's self-renewal, with the restriction of daily life and production processes. However, with the return to normal after the outbreak, the pressure on our nature...

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Textilegence May – June 2021 issue has been published

While the markets are reviving, the 48th issue of Textilegence prepares you for this ‘renewal’ with its news from...
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