Switzerland based Crealet showcased a broad portfolio of innovative solutions such as warp thread feeding; narrow and wide weaving machines and warp knitting machines.
“Items of particular interest to visitors were the innovative CS2 Selvedge Thread Let-off and the conversions from mechanical to electronic let-off for narrow weaving machines,” Crealet said in a press release.
“These new technologies replace conventional systems using a new independent control option and with these new innovations, users are given greater flexibility and can optimise their weaving processes more efficiently,” it added.
According to the company, it also displayed conversion possibilities for projectile weaving machines as well as the possibility of additional warp beam frames that can be placed behind either weaving or warp knitting machines.
Walter Wirz, general manager of Crealet said, “We had a highly successful ITMA 2015 with very positive feedback on the presented Crealet novelties.”
“We have had very serious discussions with numerous visitors and made many new contacts, thus strengthening our position as an innovative and competitive company,” Wirz too added.