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C-Tex displays fabric relaxing and inspection machines at SaigonTex ’17

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Rob Ricketts, Director, C-TexUK-based C-Tex displayed, among other machines, fabric relaxing and inspection machines at the recently held SaigonTex 2017, Vietnam. Committed to delivering quality, C-Tex was pleased with the response seen for both machines at the fair. “C-Tex relaxing and measurement machine gives users rolls with consistent tension that can be spread immediately on automated spreading machines whilst also measuring length, usable width and colour consistency,” averred Rob Ricketts, Director, C-Tex, while talking to the Apparel Resources.  

Further elucidating on the above, Ricketts adds, “Relaxing machine is actually a production machine. We put colour system on the relaxing machine, and all it does for colour is presenting the fabric. So for colour system, we don’t care what presents the fabric. We can put colour system on any continuous process.” The percentage is measured using the standard industry colour formula that the customer can easily understand.  

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The C-Tex fabric inspection machine was also showcased to handle a wide range of rolled materials, from tension sensitive elastomeric and Lycra fabrics to stable cottons.

C-Tex, a leading technology provider, has been known since 20 years to provide innovative solutions for online colour monitoring and for relaxing the fabric before cutting – A trait that has made them a trustworthy name in apparels.

 

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