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Heimtextil to host 'Digital Textile Micro Factory'
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Home and contract textiles trade show Heimtextil, which will be held January 10-13, 2017 in Germany, will host the 'Digital Textile Micro Factory' for the digital print technology segment. As part of this presentation, a digital production chain will be showcased live, in which, visitors will be able to experience the whole digital printing process.

The 'Digital Textile Micro Factory' will be revealing a model of the future, which enables individualised products to be manufactured in a competitive, regional way to meet demand through the digital networking of automated processes.

“The seamless digital networking of the production steps within the Micro Factory ensures optimal material consumption, quicker processing time for orders and the highest level of flexibility to enable producers to react to market needs in a short space of time,” Messe Frankfurt, the organiser said.

According to Sabine Scharrer, manager of Heimtextil, the possibilities are almost limitless as visitors will experience the completely networked production of textiles.

At the show, the digital print technology segment will be given more space in a central area of the exhibition site, where printer manufacturers will present their innovations and technologies for the textile segment. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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