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Dornier to show green machines for fabrics at India ITME
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Nov '16
Aircraft company, Lindauer DORNIER GmbH, will show the latest technical solutions for producing technical textiles, sophisticated decorative fabrics, and clothing with refined quality for the premium segment with very high economic efficiency, at India ITME expo in Mumbai, from December 3 to 8, 2016, in hall 6, booth H6B16, under motto “The Green Machine”.

Citing the traditional green colour of Dornier's weaving machines, this also encompasses the “sustainable effect” of the fabrics produced on them. Dornier's “Green Machines” are indispensable tools manufacturing customised precision fabrics. The latest machine types of the Dornier system family comprising rapier and air-jet weaving machines are the centrepoint of the presentation. Experts will demonstrate how Indian weavers can utilise the superior Dornier technology to master the current weaving mill demands as to the highest quality for fabrics and applications in the individual segments.

For sophisticated decorative fabrics, Dornier will demonstrate to the Indian weavers, in the premium segment, how to implement Dornier's technical advantage in weaving machines to also meet the latest and fancy demands. Dornier will also show Indian weavers how they can produce premium quality with high productivity in the rapidly growing market of especially high value and sophisticated clothing fabrics. “Quality creates value” is the focal point at the India ITME with weaving machines and applications that include the rapier weaving machine P2. With this machine, a high density filter fabric with a width of 320 cm can be woven. The new rapier weaving machine P2 provides weavers a multitude of new application options as well as the chance to open up new markets. As real “Green Machine” it will prove its special strength and sturdiness above all in fields that require more efficient, heavier and denser fabrics with highest regularity.

The company will also show the Dornier's air-jet weaving machine A1 that provides an exceptionally wide application variety. Whether combined with a cam machine, a Jacquard machine with up to 12,000 lifting hooks, a dobby machine with up to 16 shafts or a Dornier EasyLeno unit, the A1 is the perfect tool for creative, economic, and precise production of technical textiles, home textiles and clothing fabrics – in nominal machine widths from 150 to 540 cm. (GK)

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