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E+L to showcase new drop stitch matrix sensor at ITMA
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Aug '15
At ITMA 2015, Erhardt+Leimer (E+L) will display a new drop stitch matrix sensor for web guiding in conjunction with tube slitters in hall 6, stand F-108.

According to an E+L press release, the FE 5204 drop stitch matrix sensor acquires the area around the drop stitch of tubular knitted fabrics.

“Along with single drop stitches, the sensor also detects a very wide range of different double and multiple drop stitches to be used as the guiding criterion,” it added.

E+L further added the live image provided by the camera is displayed on the colour touch screen of the DO 40 command station.

“The operator can define the slitting position by positioning the tube material in such a way that the drop stitch is visible on the display,” E+L informed.

“Afterwards, pressing only one button is sufficient to save the guiding criterion, i.e. to activate the sensor, and start the guiding process,” it explained.

The sensor settings for different kinds of drop stitches can be saved as a recipe and recalled at a later point in time.

The drop stitch is made visible for the sensor by means of an infrared LED light transmitter operated in the transmitted light mode; as a result, the contrasts are considerably better, compared to white light.

Apart from this, E+L will show products in areas of web guiding, web tension control, web spreading, tenter in-feed and process control. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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