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RSG to present unique specialised machinery at ITMA
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Oct '15
Germany based RSG Automation Technics will present what it calls unique specialised machinery and which it says will redefine automation in the textile industry at ITMA 2015 in hall 7, stand B 118.

“RSG offers its customers innovative textile machinery with which process costs are significantly reduced and thus product quality and production volume significantly increased,” a RSG press release states.

RSG offers tailor-made solutions and provides customer support from basic concept preparation to assembly and start-up of the machine entirely assembled in Germany.

“Additionally, software is developed and optimised at RSG according to customer requests and ideas, while world-wide service and lasting customer support top off the deal,” it informs.

RSG does not deliver standard facilities, but rather adaptations of all machines to customer processes and products, which can be both fully and semi-automated.

Concepts extend from solutions for narrow fabrics of any kind, such as belts and straps, to technical textiles, such as filter, felts, and fleeces.

RSG also offers patented monitoring techniques for different sewing processes, which entirely secures sewing.

All upstream and downstream processes like sewing, welding, ultrasound, laser applications, printing, winding, packaging, etc that are available on the market can be integrated into the overall process.

“With RSG, textile enterprises can safeguard their production location even in intensive labour cost countries in the long run, and can still position themselves successfully in the market,” the company observes. (AR)

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