"Robotics demonstrates its new robotic pillow filling system and will provide details of how it has been upgraded till 2019, with several commercial systems still in place.“We believe many visitors to Hemitextil 2020 who saw the demonstration last year will be astonished to hear of the potential gains we are making,” says ACG Kinna CEO Christian Moore."
Heimtextil is a huge show, has attracted well over three thousand visitors to Frankfurt. Heimtextil exhibition is significantly expanding its focus on textile technologies in 2020 reportedly it has received amazing responses from members of TMAS, Swedish textile. Heimtextil this year also looks up to participation coming from all the corners of world.
Robotics demonstrates its new robotic pillow filling system and will provide details of how it has been upgraded till 2019, with several commercial systems still in place.“We believe many visitors to Hemitextil 2020 who saw the demonstration last year will be astonished to hear of the potential gains we are making,” says ACG Kinna CEO Christian Moore.
Meanwhile, in the first quarter of 2020, Automatex ES, the specialist in automated cutting, sewing and folding equipment, is planning to launch another innovation in advanced manufacturing for the bedding industry.“We have developed a new fitted sheet machine which is able to sew ninety-degree corners and the elastics simultaneously, in a single operation,” explains the company’s CEO Stefan Persson.
Further to this three TMAS members will be exhibiting for the first time at a joint stand show. Central to the technologies of both IRO AB and Eltex is advanced sensor technology. IRO AB has consistently introduced new milestones in the field of yarn feeding technology for weaving machines and at Heimtextil 2020 will be providing information on new introductions to its product range. This includes the ZTF Zero Twist Feeder which keeps yarns or fiber tows constantly stretched to avoid the risks of any snarls or twisting and the ATC-W advanced tension controller for constantly regulating weft feeders at high speeds.
Svegea of Sweden has over 60 years of experience in exclusively designing, manufacturing and installing bespoke bias cutting, roll slitting and rewinding and inspection machines. The company’s complete Bias System includes a tube sewing unit a bias cutter/winder for opening up a previously-formed tube material – spirally on a bias – and strip cutter. Circular woven materials are fed to the cutter via the revolving winder to be slit at angles, so that both the warp and weft of the weave are skewed at specified angles rather than just in the vertical and horizontal directions, as is usual. This allows the slit fabrics to drape and form much more easily to complex shapes, with a range of potential applications in areas such as indoor and outdoor furniture, as well as bedding etc.
Heimtextil 2020 the focus will be on its advanced systems for the sewn products sector, including the UPG-Stitch thread break sensor, which is based on the piezoelectric principle and is suitable for all types of yarns while being insensitive to dust, dirt and humidity variations.