Welcome to the nineteenth issue of the Crealetter, our regular update with information and resources for professionals in the weaving and high-tech industries.
Today you are invited to learn more about our newly expanded program for force-, load- and weighing sensors and measuring electronics.
Then, we look at new concepts for airbags and safety belts and finally at two methods for high quality productions with large fabric lengths.
With the very best regards,
Walter Wirz, CEO CREALET AG
PS: We always appreciate your ideas and comments regarding our update, so please do send your input to moc.t1563731473elaer1563731473c@ofn1563731473i1563731473
Your Launch into the Digital Future
Expanded program for force-, load- and weighing sensors and measuring electronics.
Since the beginning of March 2018 we have expanded our product range with a comprehensive program in the field of force-, load- and weighing sensors as well as measuring electronics.
New Concepts for Safety Belts and Airbags
Future autonomous driving demands entirely new concepts for belts and airbags.
Future autonomous driving places entirely new demands on the car occupant protection, as seat positions can be chosen freely in future interior spaces. As a result, new concepts for belts and airbags have to be developed.
Two methods for large fabric lengths
The Challenge: Enormous warp yarn consumption.
Weaving from sectional beams or from creel are two proven methods for high quality production with large fabric lengths, especially when using coarse warp yarns and fabrics with low weft-density.
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