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Automation in spinning reaps rich rewards

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May '10
In yarn producing technology in textile industries, ring frame is one of the most important components.

During the last two decades components of ring spinning machines have been greatly improved, changes in drafting system, drive systems and robotics have enabled large gains in productivity, flexibility and quality.

Most of the technical advances in ring spinning were aimed at improving the performances on the existing technology. These are all achieved by the automation.

The ultimate goal of every manufacturing industry is, complete automation of machinery starting from that of raw material on its one end and delivering the finished product from the other end.

Cotton spinning is among the relatively modernized industries, comprising of numerous processing stages making it far from the final goal mentioned above.

But, recently, with the advent of high speed and automatic machines a continuous and automatic production became feasible by connecting these machines in series.

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