Welcome to the tenth issue of THE CREALETTER, our regular update with information and resources for professionals in the weaving and high-tech industries.
In this issue you find solutions for weaving selvedges (brands, markers and dense fabrics), an engineer’s view on the Brexit and our exhibition reviews from Techtextil in Atlanta and ITM in Istanbul.
With the very best regards,
Walter Wirz, CEO CREALET AG
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SOLUTIONS FOR WEAVING BRANDS IN SELVEDGES AND FOR THE REDUCTION OF WAVY SELVEDGES IN DENSE FABRICS.
The inclusion of brands into the fabric reflects a visual presence and is part of the overall corporate identity. When weaving dense fabrics, avoid the selvedges of the fabric being looser than the rest of the fabric. Solutions with selvedge thread delivery from separately controlled bobbins.
EMBRACING THE CHANGE WITH THE BREXIT CHALLENGE. A POSSIBLE ENGINEER’S VIEW.
If the Brexit were to be looked at as a product development, many things could be approached with much more ease and confidence. How an engineer might think about the Brexit challenge.
TWO EXHIBITION REVIEWS: TECHTEXTIL NORTH AMERICA IN ATLANTA AND ITM 2016 IN ISTANBUL.
In May 2016 CREALET exhibited at the Techtextil North America in Atlanta (with partner Symtech) and in June at the ITM 2016 in Istanbul (with partner Alesta). Our reviews and images from the two major events.
UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS IN 2016:
October 21 – 25 2016
ITMA ASIA in Shanghai, China
December 3 – 8 2016
INDIA ITME 2016 in Mumbai, India
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