REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE. AND REINVENT! BY TONELLO

 

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At the next edition of Kingpins in Amsterdam, Tonello will be presenting an exclusive collection of denim garments made in collaboration with Amy Leverton. Created under the banner of sustainability and memory.

Tonello Re-invented in Italy

We’re calling it Re-invented in Italy, the “inspiring” event Tonello has imagined for the next edition of Kingpins in Amsterdam (24-25 October). This is going to be a fascinating journey through time to rediscover the origins of “Made in Italy”, the origins of that “golden age” where a magical and propitious mix of talent and craftsmanship, style and know-how, genius and production capacity irreversibly changed the history of jeans, transforming them from “commodity-garments” into extraordinary interpreters of the contemporary.

Tonello has launched a tempting and difficult challenge to Amy Leverton, author of Denim Dudes: a challenge to create a denim collection inspired by the triple imperative of “Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle”. Reduce energy consumption as well as water and chemical products; reuse, to give new life to vintage garments; recycle fibers and materials.

A unique collection has been created from this encounter between Tonello’s sustainable technologies and Amy Leverton’s creativity – a collection consisting of jeans, shorts, jackets, dungarees, and t-shirts… – all produced using recycled denim fabrics from Candiani DenimTejidos RoyoBossaOrta Anadolu and Arvind. Details and elements from vintage items of Italian brands (Diesel, Replay, Benetton, Versace, Fiorucci, Iceberg, Ellesse, Enrico Coveri, Trussardi Jeans) have been applied to the garments; the labels, also made of recycled materials, are by Panama Trimmings.

The strength of this collection lies, above all, in its re-proposing fragments of collective memory, familiar elements, and deja-vu, in new and surprising ways and contexts. It does so thanks to the progressively evolved technologies that are increasingly able to combine the ethics of sustainability with the infinite options of creativity without limits.

Cheerful and surprising combinations, with an affectionately retro flavor; material compositions and 3D effects; a mix of fibers and carefree accessories; extra large sizes and improbable colors, perfectly integrated in the context: all this to reproduce the knowledge and taste of a highly energetic and primordial fashion, where every path was still open and every style was still allowed, where everything was, and still is, possible.

IN SHORT, A PLUNGE INTO THE PAST THAT WILL GIVE US “FEEL” OF WHERE THE FUTURE IS HEADING.

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Successful start of ITMA Asia 2018

High-ranking visitors with great interest in the topic of sustainability

articles. The production of these fabrics requires by far less resources than the traditionally applied water-jet-weaving process and does not emit any waste water. Read more by checking the KARL MAYER website: www.cleaner.productions

The interest in the sustainability presentation is very high. Right on the first day KARL MAYER received a high-ranking delegation with members from politics, administration and entrepreneurs from Wujiang Shengze. 

Textile companies from Wujiang Shengze and KARL MAYER are jointly developing new fabrics for a greener future of the city.

A delegation of high-ranking representatives from politics, administration and companies from Wujiang Shengze at KARL MAYER’s stand

 

CLEANER.PRODUCTIONS

Warp knitted alternatives to save water for an environmentally friendly textile production

CLEANER.PRODUCTIONS are intelligent, end-use applicable concepts as an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional production methods.

Environmental protection is an important topic for KARL MAYER, and sustainable production is becoming increasingly important in textile production and therefore also at our customers as well as all textile producers. That is why our support is made up of efficient machines that score highly in terms of environmental protection through the latest technological innovations.

Our latest environmental contribution CLEANER.PRODUCTIONS stands for zero water pollution compared to other production methods especially water jet looms. This protects sustainable resources while contributing to a cleaner environment. 

TM 3 – your environmental  friendly alternative compared to water jet loom machines 

Warp knitted fabrics – ecological advantages for production

Warp knitted fabrics score points, not only with regard to their variety, but also in relation to their ecological benefits.

NO WATER POLLUTION

No water pollution during the production process on TM 3 machines, this also means that no of the sizing agent PVA* is drained. (*Polyvinyl alcohol)

HIGHER PRODUCTIVITY

This warp knitting machines operate at an impressive level of efficiency – with a speed of 2.000 rpm, the TM 3 has a daily production rate of about 3206 sqm/d – one waterjet weaving machines produces only 12 % of a TM 3

LOWER ENERGY CONSUMPTION

The total energy consumption to produce the same amount of fabric is 2,7 times less than with waterjet weaving.

LESS FACTORY SPACE NEEDED

By using Warp Knitting instead of Waterjet Weaving less than one third of  factory space is needed. This means a 3 times higher GDP value per square meter of factor space (for the same output as with waterjet weaving). It means also less amount of sealed industrial land surface, and less investment cost for purchasing the land!

CLEANER.PRODUCTIONS: save water with our environmentally friendly, warp knitting technology !!!!

KARL MAYER is launching KM.ON – a new brand for delivering digital solutions at a market leader level – and is also showcasing its own software start-up

Conquering the digital world – with KM.ON

On 15 October 2018, KARL MAYER is unveiling its new digital brand at ITMA ASIA + CITME 2018 in Shanghai. KM.ON stands for “digital driven innovation”. This brand brings together the digital solutions portfolio of the KARL MAYER Digital Factory, a new software start-up, and the entire KARL MAYER Group.

KARL MAYER is systematically driving the topic of digitisation forward in order to seize the opportunities offered by the upheavals of our time. “Digitisation is a basic component of our company strategy. With our corporate start-up, the KARL MAYER Digital Factory, we have a software company at our disposal that can act quickly and customer-oriented on the market. Another integral part of KARL MAYER’s digitisation strategy is its participation in ADAMOS, a strategic alliance of German global market leaders in machine construction and the Software AG. On the basis of the ADAMOS technology, and as part of this network for developments, KARL MAYER is living up with the product portfolio of the new KM.ON brand to its claim of being a global market leader also in terms of digital Solutions,“ says KARL MAYER’s Managing Director, Arno Gärtner.

The KARL MAYER Digital Factory is a pioneering company operating alongside this innovative market leader. It employs a team of software specialists and technology experts in a new, creative environment away from the main company headquarters. When speaking about the objectives, Maximilian Kürig who, together with Antonia Gottschalk is one of the managing directors, says, “This new venture should develop efficient digital solutions quickly and flexibly for the benefit of our customers and deliver them under its own, new umbrella brand,” since “Digital solutions are expanding the possibilities of considerably improving the efficiency of our customers’ production processes and giving them unparalleled competitive advantages.”

KM.ON’s digital portfolio of services will support customers in selected areas and is made up of eight solution categories. k.ey – a conventional industry PC together with an appropriate software – provides access to the solutions. The platform of hardware and software can be installed easily and links the machines securely to the protected cloud. This is based on the expertise gained by participating in ADAMOS with regard to the use of an open IIoT environment which is specifically focused on the needs of machinery and plant construction. This enables the benefits of KM.ON to be exploited easily and securely.

At ITMA ASIA + CITME 2018, the system, which is made up of eight KM.ON solution categories, together with the first apps and solutions covering the three areas of Management, Maintenance and Service, are being presented.

  • k.management enables the customer to look at the current production process, regardless of location and in real time. The production data are displayed clearly on a dashboard. This simple way of delivering information improves process transparency and acts as a valid database for decision-making and planning. These advantages are based on KARL MAYER’s own system of machine networking.
  • The solutions in the k.maintenance category are designed to support customers in their own maintenance operations. As the first solution, KARL MAYER is showcasing the CHECK PARTS app for testing the authenticity of the spare parts, with expanded functions. Above all, the scan-to-order feature is new and makes it even easier to order spare parts online. Automatic data transfer improves the customers’ day-to-day operations when ordering on site, as well as for warehousing.
  • k.service’s product world will, in the long term, include all the functions that manage the communication between the customer and KARL MAYER, should the client require assistance. The ability to make contact quickly, together with efficient communication procedures, guarantees a high level of machine availability. In Shanghai, KARL MAYER is showcasing the latest developments in this system, which is based on the tried-and-tested CONNECT app.

Steps will be taken in the near future to expand the offers of KM.ON. Other solutions and the expansion phases for existing products are already being planned, e.g. in the areas of data analysis, condition monitoring and the digital machine logbook.

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MAHLO AT PLASTICS & RUBBER SHOW

Measure and control technology for Indonesian plastics industry

“You can’t manage what you don’t measure”: This is the motto under which the Mahlo GmbH Co. KG showcases at Plastics and Rubber Indonesia from 14 to 17 November in Jakarta. At booth D1-8101 the German machine builder informs about the latest technology in quality measurement and process control.

“Especially in the coating and extrusion sector, transparent production processes help to save costs and to increase the product quality”, Area Sales Manager Stephan Kehry explains. With the Qualiscan QMS, Mahlo offers a measurement and control system that defines parameter such as thickness, basis weight, density, coating thickness or moisture on running web. Suitable for each application, different sensors and scanners are available. The sensors are traversing constantly across the whole fabric width. In doing so, they measure, record and control the required features. Dependent on application and product, beta-, x-ray-, laser- or infrared-radiators are put to use. “We have scanners that can host up to five sensors”, Kehry further clarifies.

Even for special problems in plastics production, where regular measurement systems often reach their limits, Mahlo offers the right solution. For very thin films, for example, the Infrascope NIR is the perfect tool. It measures the reflection of infrared energy and determines basis weight and moisture at the same time. The beta sensor Gravimat DFI is the specialist for determining basis weight of composites. It is not impressed by uneven and fluttering web – often a problem – and produces precise measuring results.

“Our goal is to compose a system that is exactly what the client needs”, Kehry emphasizes. This way, one can reduce energy and raw material while increasing product quality at the same time. “That differentiates the producer from its competition and ensures a significant degree of sustainability.      

DANITECH – NASCE UNA NUOVA SOCIETÀ !!!

Danitech nasce dalla volonta’ di un gruppo di tecnici, con una forte specializzazione nello studio, progettazione e realizzazione di macchine per la nobilitazione tessile maturata in primarie aziende del settore meccanotessile , di proporre al mercato tessile mondiale una linea di prodotti ad altissimo contenuto tecnologico che offra, alle aziende impegnate nella nobilitazione delle fibre tessili, la possibilita’ di affrontare le sfide di un mercato sempre piu’ competitivo  con la necessaria , quanto fondamentale, attenzione all’impatto ambientale. La progettazione e la costruzione di tutti i prodotti danitech è interamente realizzata in italia presso i nostri stabilimenti in Senago (Milano) in viale europa 4b/c

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Danitech Srl
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AIGLE – K 2019: La Fiera No. 1 al Mondo per la Plastica e la Gomma!

AIGLE Macchine Srl

16-23 Ottobre 2019      Düsseldorf – Germania

La più importante fiera del mondo per l’industria della plastica e della gomma, nuovamente presenterà tutto quanto il settore ha da offrire nel 2019. Tutto, dal più recente “state of the art” e visioni di innovazioni e sviluppo.

Nel 2019, K a Düsseldorf sarà nuovamente di gran lunga il più grande evento per l’industria e il punto di partenza per le decisioni epocali per prodotti e processi. La base migliore per il vostro business.

 

ITMA 2019 Barcellona

THE INTEGRATED TEXTILE AND GARMENT MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE

20-26 Giugno 2019
Barcellona – Spagna

AIGLE parteciperà all’ITMA 2019, la fiera dove l’innovazione è sempre stata parte integrante.

Sin dalla sua nascita nel 1951, ogni fiera ITMA ha presentato l’avanguardia tecnologica nel campo della tecnologia tessile e per l’abbigliamento.

 

 

AIGLE PRESENTE A FAKUMA – IL MONDO DELLA TECNOLOGIA PLASTICA

AIGLE Macchine Srl

 

 

16-20 Ottobre 2018           Friedrichshafen             Stand A7-7205

AIGLE parteciperà all’edizione 2018 della fiera Fakuma (Exhibitions for Plastic Technology Market)Fakuma è la fiera più importante in Europa per la lavorazione delle materie plastiche ed è diventata un rinomato luogo d’incontro per le industrie del settore. Specialmente nel settore dello stampaggio a iniezione, Fakuma è la numero 1 in tutto il mondo.

Alla fiera, i visitatori troveranno tutte le specifiche su macchinari, riciclaggio, strumenti, soluzioni di automazione e molto altro. Fakuma è un punto di riferimento per le tendenze e le idee, e presenta gli sviluppi del settore.

La gamma di prestazioni di Fakuma è completata da forum, workshop e mostre speciali, su temi di attualità nel settore della lavorazione delle materie plastiche. Allo stesso tempo, mantiene un’atmosfera speciale e unica, apprezzata da espositori e visitatori.