The latest issue of Spinnovation (No. 33/2018) is available

In the highly competitive textile market, the manufacturing process from fiber to yarn must be known and controlled at all stages.

Unrecognized outliers of any kind must be identified at the point of origin and must not degrade the bulk quality. In an environment of short product cycles and the request for maximum production output, the motivation for trials, interfering with the production process, is limited.

While tests in the spinning department are still common due to an easier handling, trials in spinning preparation are complex and, very often, get sacrificed in favor of a smoothly running production process. The carding department is feeding all lines that follow and is expected to run at full speed the whole time.

Interested in more information about the importance of trials in carding? Then have a look at new Spinnovation, the Magazine for Spinning Mills, where in addition development engineers and application technologists will present a whole array of innovations and products for the successful operation of a spinning mill.