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Panter to display weaving machinery at ITMA
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Nov '15
Italy based weaving machinery manufacturer Panter will show its innovative products at the upcoming international textile machinery exhibition ITMA 2015 in Milan from November 12-19, 2015.

Panter will take part in the fair with a totally renewed image which signifies that the company will play a leading role in the weaving machinery sector. The new look and the technical innovation is the result of a growing path that the company undertook since long, the company said in a media statement.

Panter’s extraordinary innovative attitude has resulted in it going outside of conventional ideas for weaving machines and versatility. The machines that are going to be on display in Milan are the combination of various components selected from a platform of mechanical, electronic, and textile solutions, conceived and developed to give an answer to those looking for a machine specifically created for their needs.

With the innovative single rapier weaving machine Unirap at the centre stage, Panter will show a total of 6 machines of its three main models in hall 3, booth E 101 at the eight-day expo.

Unirap 190 Jacquard machine for upholstery is all round innovation, thanks to the single rapier insertion system, the new machine lay-out and the Armotion electronic drive. While Unirap 160 is a new weft insertion concept to enable the “zero twist” tape weaving. Both machines are specially meant for non-conventional textiles.

The Maxi series has flexible machines for home textiles and apparel. Maxi 190 gives high performances for high-quality styles, for shirting, whereas Maxi 230 positive rapier is for high fashion.

Hercules series is conceived and designed for applications in all technical textile fields. Hercules 320 for filtration fabrics gives sturdiness and strength for heaviest fabrics. The new electronics optimises efficiency and ensures easy handling. Hercules 550 positive rapier is meant to work on all kinds of yarn for heavy textiles wider than 5 metres. (RKS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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