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Rieter develops SPIDERweb with 6.0.x version
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Aug '11
With the new software version 6.0.x, the latest machine models from Rieter's product range can also be connected and the data shown in SPIDERweb. In addition, this new version is ready for Windows 7. SPIDERweb records the complete quality and production data of Rieter spinning systems and serves management as a valuable data acquisition and information system.

In the 6.0.x version, the data of the latest Rieter machines such as the C 70 Card, RSB-D 45 Autoleveler Draw Frame, R 60 Rotor Spinning Machine and the J 20 Air-Jet Machine can be shown. With the data integration of the J 20, the SPIDERweb is able to collect data of all four end spinning processes. Intuitive standardized tables and graphics also ensure that the user quickly finds their way around the program, even with the newly integrated machines, and so can work productively.

For more than 15 years, the Rieter mill monitoring system SPIDERweb has been continuously further developed. The launch of the 6.0.x software version thereby looks to the future, as starting with this version the software is compatible with Windows 7. The new software version ensures that SPIDERweb can also in future adapt to new technologies and be further developed.

Everything from one source
With SPIDERweb, Rieter has developed an innovative information and mill monitoring system. Machines and mill monitoring system originate from one source and are ideally coordinated. The modular construction of SPIDERweb allows the connection of any number of machines, from the blowroom up to the end spinning machines. An extension with additional machines or SPIDERweb workplaces is possible at any time due to the expandable network. Thanks to SPIDERweb, complete substantiated data is permanently available as the basis for production and quality increases; facts that simplify economic decisions.

The SPIDERweb mill monitorins system records all the quality and production data of Rieter spinning systems and serves management as a valuable information system an das basis for decisions.

Rieter Management AG

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