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Uster to display fabric inspection systems at Techtextil

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Feb '19
Courtesy: Uster
Courtesy: Uster
Uster will display EVS automated fabric inspection systems at Techtextil North America in booth 1429. The trade fair for technical textiles and nonwovens will be held from February 26-28, 2019. The group provides testing and monitoring instruments, systems and services that allow optimisation of quality through each individual stage of textile production.

Taking the successful (Elbit Vision Systems) EVS fabric inspection systems into its portfolio, Uster will seek to expand the scope for automated fabric quality assurance. Its filament yarn tester has already made an impact in technical textiles markets, and this sector will also see Uster explore further applications for its fabric inspection systems, starting with the forthcoming Techtextil North America exhibition, the company said in a media statement.

In filament yarn production, the Uster evenness tester is now almost as well-established as in cotton spinning. The distinctive grey and red livery of the instrument today is a familiar sight in the laboratories of technical textile yarn manufacturers, acknowledged as essential equipment over the past six decades. In its latest version, the Uster Tester 6 C-800 drives global standards – and its new capacitive sensor gives filament yarn producers the power to guarantee right-first- time quality.

Uster’s product portfolio in laboratory testing is well known, not so the competences in other areas of technical textile processing. At Techtextil North America 2019, Uster will introduce its newly-integrated systems for automated fabric inspection. Although the Uster name may not yet have the impact in fabric manufacturing as in other sectors, its range of inspection technology now being presented is class-leading, backed by 28 years’ experience.

This new offer is based on Uster’s acquisition last year of EVS, the Israel-based pioneer in automated optical inspection equipment. Now incorporated within Uster, the EVS products are part of a comprehensive textile quality monitoring and control offering, from fibre to fabric.

EVS technology is applicable to wide-ranging fabric types and end-uses, including numerous specific and diverse segments of technical textiles. The latest developments to be featured at the upcoming show in Raleigh, North Carolina, will display the classic Uster design and carry the new product designations: Uster Evs Q-Bar, Uster Evs Fabriq Vision, and Uster Evs Fabriq Shade. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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