The event took place in parallel with SS Textile Media Pvt. Ltd’s Yarnex and TexIndia 2013 exhibitions at the India Knit Fair Complex. The Rieter Com4 yarn seminar is a part of Com4 yarn’s global promotional activities.
The seminar targeted yarn traders, buyers from the weaving, knitting and garment manufacturing industries, and sellers in India. With a presentation of the 4 Com4 yarns with a strong focus on the requirements of yarn buyers and sellers, the seminar provided extensive information on the different behaviors of the yarns, typical areas of application and potential end products.
The objective of the seminar was to explain the differences between the 4 spinning technologies, with a focus on current practice:
- Technological information about the 4 spinning systems: ring spinning, compact spinning, rotor spinning and air-jet spinning
- Information on typical characteristics of Com4 yarns: behavior in further processing, advantages of fabrics made with Com4 yarns, and typical end products
A great success
More than 50 people participated in the one-day program, which started with a welcome address and introduction to Rieter. Further topics were discussed in detail, such as spinning technologies, behavior in downstream processing, typical fabric appearance, potential end applications, and the evaluation of yarn characteristics.
After the presentations, participants had the opportunity to compare all 4 Com4 yarns, fabrics and end products, and received comprehensive documentation, including fabric samples and certificate of participation. Their positive feedback on the event gave us a good insight into what participants expected from the seminar and how we could develop it further in future
The seminar offered participants a unique chance to understand the differences between the 4 spinning technologies. We think this in-depth knowledge will facilitate communication with contract partners in the yarn industry and open up new opportunities.
Rieter is a leading supplier on the world market for textile machinery and components used in short staple fiber spinning. Based in Winterthur (Switzerland), the company develops and manufactures systems, machinery and technology components used to convert natural and manmade fibers and their blends into yarns. Rieter is the only supplier worldwide to cover spinning preparation processes as well as all four final spinning processes currently established on the market.
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