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Rieter to organize Com4yarn seminar in Switzerland
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Aug '14
Comparison of the yarn characteristics in the end product
Comparison of the yarn characteristics in the end product
Rieter, one of the leading suppliers of textile machinery and components used in short staple fiber spinning, is organizing a textile technology seminar (Com4yarn seminar) at its Winterthur, Switzerland-based headquarters in October this year.
 
The two-day seminar, to be held on October 30 and 31, will focus on the requirements of yarn buyers and yarn sellers.
 
The seminar, the third of its kind, will provide information on the 4 spinning technologies, the 4 Com4 yarns spun, the important criteria for downstream processing as well as typical end products and helpful tips for the yarn trade.
 
The seminar will be held in English and interested participants have to register by October 1. The seminar will provide broad information including documentation on the following subjects:
Technological know-how on the 4 spinning technologies: ring spinning, compact spinning, rotor spinning and air-jet spinning including getting acquainted with the spinning machines in our own SpinCentre
Yarn characteristics of the 4 yarns Com4ring, Com4compact, Com4rotor, Com4jet, their behaviour in the downstream process, benefits in usage of the fabrics produced from them and typical end products
Influence of package build-up on the downstream process
Interpretation of yarn testing results
 
The seminar would be helpful for yarn purchasers, yarn sellers, yarn traders, weavers and knitters and all those who would like to improve their knowledge on the topic.
 
Rieter is also organizing similar Com4yarn seminars in China and India, in September and November this year, respectively.
 
Rieter develops and manufactures systems, machinery and technology components used to convert natural and man-made fibers and their blends into yarns. It is the only supplier worldwide to cover spinning preparation processes as well as all four final spinning processes currently established on the market.
 
With 18 manufacturing locations in ten countries, Rieter employs a global workforce of some 4,800, about 24 % of whom are based in Switzerland.
 

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