Welcome to the twenty-first issue of the Crealetter, our quarterly update with information and resources for professionals in the weaving and high-tech industries.
Today, we introduce you to an easy way to measure warp tension (including a portable digital display) and we show you how to reduce machine load and warp breaks in ribbon weaving with our smart solutions.
Read the interview with our chief engineer Mario Kuster about challenges and approaches in the digital age and learn about our sponsorship with Special Olympics Switzerland.
With the very best regards,
Walter Wirz, CEO CREALET AG
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Real Easy Measurement of Warp Tension
The warp tension measuring head TMT enables the measurement of warp tension. The portable digital display TD-01 allows the visualization of the input signals.
The warp tension measuring head TMT is a useful tool for measuring the warp tension in the warp and the portable digital display TD-01 has an LCD screen for visualization of the warp tension.
Ribbon Weaving: Reduce Machine Load and Warp Breaks
In the past, an electronic warp feed for ribbon weaving was rather difficult to implement. Today, new manufacturing processes and methods enable smart solutions.
With modern and powerful drives and motions, CREALET delivers intelligent and process-oriented drive variants for the control of warp threads. In addition, our motions offer integrated safety and comfort features.
Creativity. Engineered in Switzerland.
Whether in the textile industry or in other industries, innovation is today the most important growth driver in the global market.
A prerequisite for innovation is the early identification of important trends. This is why we are also a member of the most important associations and specialist groups in the Swiss textile and metal industry.
The Interview with the Chief Engineer
About market needs, new manufacturing methods and digital challenges.
Mario Kuster, mechanical engineer at CREALET, answers questions about the current challenges, about trends such as Industry 4.0 or the Internet of Things and the positioning of CREALET in the global textile market.
Meet with CREALET at ITMA 2019
Hall H4 – Booth A110
Social Responsibility: Special Olympics Switzerland
Crealet supports “Special Olympics Switzerland”.
As a donor in 2018, CREALET AG once again sets a valuable sign for the appreciation, the integration and an equal status for the athletes of Special Olympics Switzerland.
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