Welcome to the twenty-fourth issue of the Crealetter, our quarterly update with information and resources for professionals in the weaving and high-tech industries.
The main focus in this issue: “Innovating the World of Textiles” – a review of ITMA 2019 in Barcelona and our newly introduced BLDC controls with software specifically designed for the textile industry needs.
BLDC controls for narrow weaving, wide weaving and for retrofits reduce costs and increase productivity. Find out more about additional advantages of these new BLDC controls for a wide range of textile applications.
With the very best regards, Walter Wirz, CEO CREALET AG
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IN CASE YOU COULDN’T BE THERE…
Review ITMA 2019 in Barcelona.
For a better understanding and as a supplement to all those who did not have the opportunity to visit us at the ITMA 2019, we would like to present our innovations and their possible applications in the following thematic reports.
The BLDC control for warp tension is a pure Swiss innovation. Together with our local partners we designed and developed new software specifically designed for the requirements and needs of the textile industry..
CREALET introduced at the ITMA 2019 in Barcelona for the first time the “Linked Motion Control”, a warp yarn feed system with PC-based control technology in which several warp beams are linked with each other.
Retrofitting existing let-off devices with BLDC controls.
With electronic warp let-off devices from CREALET weavers can benefit in three ways: The balanced tension reduces the machine load, increases the efficiency and improves the fabric quality. With the BLDC control, presented for the first time at the ITMA 2019 in Barcelona, and the corresponding load cells, existing let-off devices can be retrofitted.