Technology is progressing every moment and it has touched every industry, making them better. A few years ago, the weaving and processing industry in the textile sector was considered outdated but it has made significant progress through the efforts of the industry itself, the government, and engineering departments. The journey of weaving from ordinary power looms to high-end automatic textile machine is intriguing.
The automation technology used in weaving also includes the control system of the warping machine. These systems provide a mechanism for managing yarn sizes to ensure that all warps are of the same size under standard operating conditions. These monitoring and control functions can be integrated into the computer network of the weaving factory. The implementation of electronic controls such as computer control in automatic textile machine simplifies the operation as the ideal operation can be performed by inputting yarn type and weaving and width conditions.
Automation has led to electronic control of machines. These machines are user-friendly and produce woven fabrics at the speed of commodity fabrics. It is now possible to check fabrics on the machine, detect warp breakages through optical and laser sensors, minimize downtime due to reduced manual work and increased machine involvement, and quickly change styles and warp shafts due to automatic weaving processes. The machine speed is much faster than 20 years ago (at least five to ten times faster). It is now effortless to achieve speeds of up to 1000 rpm.
China, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, etc. are active exporters of automatic textile machine to multiple countries around the world. Although the momentum of automated weaving is strong, there are still a few developing countries such as India that produce and export automatic and non-automatic textile machine that are suitable for the needs and conditions of developing countries.
Automatic textile machine requires good technical training and diligent standards to ensure satisfactory operation of the automatic device. Machines that achieve automatic weft insertion are complicated. Additionally, during machine refilling, it is necessary to maintain and adjust the picking mechanism more carefully compared to manual unloading and shuttle replacement. The good news is that automatic textile machine has been optimized and adjusted to meet various requirements.
Although most textile processes are fully automated, weaving is still partially automated. Knitting machine manufacturers are conducting extensive research to fully exploit electronic devices to provide more automated and multi-functional machines. Many modifications have already been made to the progress already achieved. It is crucial that the industry encourages the partial automation of textile weaving and similar progress, as automation will ensure that manufacturers provide the best quality fabrics within stipulated timeframes.
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