Micro-factories will be the focal subject at Texprocess 2019
Micro-Factories show integrated production processes. They become more and more popular at trade fairs and exhibitions. Micro-factories will be the focal subject at the coming Texprocess in Frankfurt, 14-17 May 2019.
Texprocess 2019 features five micro-factories:
Smart Textiles Micro-Factory
RWTH Aachen University, jointly with partners from industry and research, will be producing a smart cushion in its Smart Textiles Micro-Factory in the passage between Halls 4.1 and 5.1. Visitors will experience the industrially compatible production of a smart textile, from design to finished product.
Digital Textile Micro-Factory of Texprocess and Techtextil
The Digital Textile Micro-Factory at Texprocess and Techtextil, in collaboration with the Denkendorf Institutes for Textile and Fibre Research (DITF) and partners from industry, will be presenting three production lines in Hall 4.1 alone: one each for the manufacture of clothing, a 3D knitted shoe and for processing technical textiles, e.g. for the automotive or furniture industry.
Production on demand
Texprocess exhibitors Efka and Gemini will be showing how to produce individually designed football shirts. The micro-factory presents an easy solution that most companies can implement using existing resources and structures.
World of Digital Fashion
Six firms working in several fields - visualisation, CAD cutting systems, automated body-mass calculation, layout and process automation – have come together under the umbrella concept "World of Digital Fashion." In Hall 4.0 they will be jointly showing the ways in which their products can be integrated and combined in different workflows. The focus will be on the customisation of clothing and fashion.
Modern innovative seat design
The companies KSL, RING, VEIT and ZSK, together with additional partners, will showcase the integrated production of leather products – from cutting, to perforating, to laminating, and diamond-stitching. They will especially focus on products for the automotive and furniture industry as well as fashion.
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