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Vandewiele Show of Digital Strength at Carpet Weaving with RCE2+

Vandewiele show of digital strength at carpet weaving with RCE2+. Vandewiele, which owns carpet and jacquard weaving technologies, will exhibit several improvements including the new digital carpet weaving machine RCE2 + at ITMA 2019. One of the group companies, Bonas developed jacquards can be seen on many flat weaving machines at ITMA.

Emre Yolerihttps://www.textilegence.com
After completing his high school education in College St.Vincent in Belgium, Emre Yoleri returned to Turkey and has begun his university education at Gazi University, Department of Labor Economics and Industrial Relations. He left this department and completed Eskişehir Anadolu University Faculty of Business Administration. He is currently pursuing an MBA at Bahçeşehir University. Emre began his career in 2005 working in customer relationship, strategy planning and reporting departments in public and private sector companies and managed several projects. Yoleri has been working in international relations, project development, organization and writing at NEFA PR agency since 2015.

Vandewiele Show of Digital Strength at Carpet Weaving with RCE2+
Vandewiele Show of Digital Strength at Carpet Weaving with RCE2+

Vandewiele show of digital strength at carpet weaving with RCE2+. Vandewiele, an expert in weaving technologies, will become one of the most popular destinations for visitors with their brands and rich product range at ITMA 2019, the meeting point of the textile industry, on June 20-26. The company will exhibit their wide textile technologies in the Hall 4 booth no A206, including the new RCE2 + digital carpet weaving machine in Barcelona.

All Vandewiele technologies are now being equipped for machine-to-machine interaction and learning, as part of the company’s comprehensive TEXconnect programme.

To meet the new needs of the sector with TEXconnect

As a leader in complete carpet manufacturing systems – including BCF extrusion lines, heat setting systems and carpet weaving and tufting machines – Vandewiele has rapidly responded to the evolving needs of the textile industry for smaller and customised production runs, the most challenging of designs, and faster and more sustainable manufacturing.

The company’s sensors, software programmes and servers have become increasingly sophisticated as part of the TEXconnect program, and the real-time data from different machines – across connected manufacturing sites and across different countries and even continents – can be collected and shared. Digital models of both machines and production processes can be created and analysed for the optimisation of production settings, to vastly improve scheduling and planning and also make considerable savings in raw materials and energy consumption.

Virtual and remote control now allows for the Big Data analysis that is propelling the industry forward and will pave the way for AI applications. For carpet manufacturers, all of this is leading to the creation of truly Smart Factories.

Vandewiele show of digital strength at carpet weaving with RCE2+: developed for new needs of the new era

The new RCE2+ Rug and Carpet Expert weaving machine is a truly digital workhorse, with all yarns continuously controlled and measured and the difficult bobbin changes of the past completely eliminated. This is as a result of Vandewiele’s latest Fast Creel, with the feed and tension of each pile yarn controlled by individual servomotors.

The pile yarns are now fed directly into the machine without having to pass pile-stop motions, to both increase efficiency and eliminate any waste yarns, while achieving previously unreachable industrial speeds.

The filling enters the machine smoothly via the latest IRO X3 winders; heavy duty filling brakes with multi lamellas, an active yarn recuperator and a high speed weft mixer; where again, all tensions are set electronically. Vandewiele’s servo-driven heddle frames (Smart Frames) are meanwhile already well proven in the industry.

TEXconnect further provides readily-available data on all yarn consumption, tension and threading; and then will supply the predictive maintenance that is paving the way to self-learning carpet weaving machines.

Vandewiele is allowing manufacturers to make the highest quality carpets at the most economic prices ever; with savings on the highest-bulk pile yarns from the Vandewiele extrusion lines; reduced waste yarns in the creel and industrial production speeds that have never before been attained.

Further Vandewiele innovations to be unveiled by the company at ITMA 2019 will include:

The INCA (interlacing by non-continuous air) system for BCF extrusion systems – a new method for intermingling BCF yarns; which greatly improves tangle knot uniformity for significant cost savings.

The new VSi32 Velvet Smart Innovator jacquard; in combination with the latest Smart Creel, for the production of Italian velvet; combining the potential of flat woven jacquard fabrics with pile yarns; leading to the potential for the creation of whole new range of fabrics for the home and for fashion.

The latest Superba MCD/3 space-dyeing machine; which is capable of handling a layer of 72 ends with an unequalled range of spot length; especially for ultra-short spots of below 25mm, enabling true ‘one-pile/one-colour’ in carpet production.

The Vandewiele Cobble Colortec L+, which is now the most versatile tufting machine available on the market.

A range of jacquards from Vandewiele Bonas; demonstrated across ITMA 2019 above flat weaving machines from the industry leaders; as well as Vandewiele’s own RCE2+.

The completely revised Titan 5540 carpet finishing machine from Vandewiele Titan; which is now able to accommodate carpets with straight, round and complexly-shaped corners simultaneously.

The Vandewiele Arraycam 5420 optical inspection system; which is suitable for monitoring standard fabrics on all common tricot warp knitting machines.

The latest IRO-ROJ weft insertion technologies.

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