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ATME-I 2001 Exhibitors

Rachael S. Dunn,Managing Editor

  In the area of woven fabric manufacturing, ABC Machinery Corp., Forked River, N.J., will exhibit accessories for textile machines. Primary contact in booth: Edwin S. Palecek. Booth No. B-1215.Alexander Machinery Inc., Simpsonville, S.C., will highlight a high-speed batching machine with automatic doff and roll start-up. Other equipment on display includes large-roll off-loom take-up, jacquard gantry, fabric let-off and a sewing machine. Primary contact in booth: Jeff Davis. Booth No. C-1914.Benninger AG, Switzerland (Symtech Inc., Spartanburg, S.C.), will show weaving preparation machines including direct warping machines, sectional warping installations and sizing machines for staple fiber yarns and filaments. Benninger also offers textile finishing ranges mercerizing, washing, bleaching, color as well as dip and hot-stretch lines. Primary contact in booth: F. Gehrig. Booth No. D-2202.Blue Reed, Spain (Louis P. Batson Co., Greenville, S.C.), will feature its line of weaving reeds. Primary contact in booth: Xavier Ilarza. Booth No. C-1939-B.Briggs Shaffner Co., Winston-Salem, N.C., will highlight beam-repair and beam-maintenance programs. The company will exhibit various beams used in weaving, preparatory and warp knitting equipment. Primary contact in booth: Steve Hagood.Booth No. C-1832.Capsco Inc., Greenville, S.C., will exhibit weaving accessories, which includes drop wire heddles and electrodes and recycled drop wires. Primary contact in booth: Marty Underwood. Booth No. D-2610.  Lindauer Dornier GmbH, Germany (American Dornier Corp., Charlotte, N.C.), recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. The former aircraft engineering company converted its manufacturing facility to produce weaving machines in 1950. During its 50-year history, the company has made many technological steps in both textile weaving and finishing equipment. In 1979, the development of the circular expander allowed knit goods to be mercerized, bleached and singed in tubular form for the first time.Development continues at Dornier, and at ATME-I 2001, the company will introduce the ATV4/S20 air-jet weaving machine with Fast Dobby Change, FDC and Autowarp. The FDC system allows the positive cam motions to be replaced with a dobby as a subsequent process incorporated with a style change. Autowarp is a motorized device for adjusting the geometry of the rear shed in order to reduce set up times and warp stops.Dornier will also show the PTV12/J rapier weaving machine with a nominal width of 180 centimeters, as well as the LTVF6/S18 terry air-jet weaving machine. Primary contacts in booth: Peter D. Dornier and Hans Geiger. Booth No. C-1941.ELandM S.p.A., Italy (Batson YarnandFabrics Machinery Group Inc., Greenville, S.C.), will feature its VEGA automatic drawing-in machine. Primary contact in booth: Filippo Ciani. Booth No. C-1912.Elitex Production AS, Czech Republic (Zimmer Machinery Corp., Spartanburg, S.C.), will feature an automatic weft straightener. Booth No. A-926.Eltex U.S. Inc., Greer, S.C., will show its DataWeave sample weaving machine. Eltex also offers electronic stop motions and tension monitors. Primary contact in booth: Jonathan Bell. Booth No. C-1826.Enrico Locatiand Co. S.n.c., Italy, will exhibit jacquard harness devices for any type of jacquard loom, as well as jacquard loom accessories. Primary contact in booth: Graziella Locati Poliani. Booth No. C-1600-A.Ergotron S.a.s, Italy (Lang LigonandCo. Inc., Greenville, S.C.), will feature an electronic warp let-off system for shuttleless looms. Primary contact in booth: Harrell Ligon. Booth No. C-1736-A.Ernst Jacobi GmbH, Germany (Symtech Inc., Spartanburg, S.C.), will show a travelling cleaner and vacuum unit. Primary contact in booth: Andreas Wilhelm. Booth No. D-2100-A.Fimtextile S.p.A., Italy (Symtech Inc., Spartanburg, S.C.), will exhibit high-speed positive rotary dobby (RD 3000) and cam shedding motion (ME 2001) machinery. Primary contact in booth: Andrea Serturini. Booth No. D-2100-B. Frankland Thomas, Greenville, S.C., will display weaving parts for air-jet, water-jet, rapier and projectile looms. The company will also exhibit humidifiers for weave and spinning mills, cots, aprons and separator rolls. Primary contact in booth: Michael Alexander. Booth No. A-612.  Ira L. Griffin Sons Inc., Charlotte, N.C., will exhibit the ILG-2 size box with integrated pre-wet, Atlas remote winding headstock and vertical-exit drying section. The size box is designed for spun yarns in single sheet and wetsplit configurations. Griffin will also show the LHC multi-use size box. Primary contact in booth: Lee Griffin. Booth No. D-2808.Grob Horgen AG, Switzerland, will introduce new Grob stop motions KFW 4600 and KFW 4800 and the new heddle frames Grobextra and Grobamtex ALforfix. Also on display will be heddles, heddle frames, harnesses, warp-stop motions, drop wires and a range of Klocker selvage leno devices. Primary contacts in booth: F. Lambert and D. Lail. Booth No. C-1933.Grosse Webereimaschinen GmbH, Germany (Jerry ValentaandSons Inc., Hawthorne, N.J.), will exhibit the Unished harnessless jacquard machine and the EJP-2 electronic jacquard machine. The company will demonstrate the Jac-Artist CAD system. Primary contact in booth: Gene Valenta. Booth No. C-1700.Heinrich Derix Betriebsgesellschaft mbH, Germany (S.A.C.M. Textile Inc., Lyman, S.C.), will show loom supplies, which include heddles, harness frames, reeds, drop wires, warp stop motions and cleaning units. Primary contact in booth: M. Stockmann. Booth No. D-2526.Hi-Tech Products Inc., Greenville, S.C., will feature ceramic yarn guides and tension devices. Primary contact in booth: Rick Lankford. Booth No. D-2719.Grob Horgen AG, Switzerland, will introduce new Grob stop motions KFW 4600 and KFW 4800 and the new heddle frames Grobextra and Grobamtex ALforfix. Also on display will be heddles, heddle frames, harnesses, warp-stop motions, drop wires and a range of Klocker selvage leno devices. Primary contacts in booth: F. Lambert and D. Lail. Booth No. C-1933.Grosse Webereimaschinen GmbH, Germany (Jerry ValentaandSons Inc., Hawthorne, N.J.), will exhibit the Unished harnessless jacquard machine and the EJP-2 electronic jacquard machine. The company will demonstrate the Jac-Artist CAD system. Primary contact in booth: Gene Valenta. Booth No. C-1700.Heinrich Derix Betriebsgesellschaft mbH, Germany (S.A.C.M. Textile Inc., Lyman, S.C.), will show loom supplies, which include heddles, harness frames, reeds, drop wires, warp stop motions and cleaning units. Primary contact in booth: M. Stockmann. Booth No. D-2526.Hi-Tech Products Inc., Greenville, S.C., will feature ceramic yarn guides and tension devices. Primary contact in booth: Rick Lankford. Booth No. D-2719.Iro AB, Sweden (Iro Inc., Charlotte, N.C.), will feature weaving feeders and related accessories. Primary contact in booth: Thomas Hansen. Booth No. C-1925.Izumi International Co. Ltd., Japan (Izumi International Inc., Greenville, S.C.), will exhibit automatic and manual leno bobbin winders; specialty creel systems; a weft feeding device for flat yarns; take-up systems for fine, high-tech and composite woven fabrics; and assorted weaving machine parts including cutter blades, leno bobbins and leno bobbin holders. Primary contacts in booth: Ken Overly and Mark Takahama. Booth No. D-2508.Kellett Enterprises Inc., Greenville, S.C., will show LP-13 Shake Absorber® machinery mounting pads, various styles of reed hooks, pick glasses, a line of scissors and various textile accessories. Booth No. C-1611.Lang LigonandCo. Inc., Greenville, S.C., will feature filling accumulators for shuttleless looms, electronic warp let-offs and creels. An eight-color, vertical, narrow caboose creel will be introduced. The company will also show warp-handling and other material-handling equipment, as well as supply package holders. Primary contact in booth: Harrell Ligon. Booth No. C-1738.LGL Electronics, Italy (Lang LigonandCo. Inc., Greenville, S.C.), will show filling accumulators for shuttleless looms. Primary contact in booth:Harrell Ligon. Booth No. C-1734.Liberty Reed Co. Inc., Drayton, S.C., will feature reeds and accessories for weaving. Primary contact in booth: Curt Wagner. Booth No. C-1819.Lietti, S.r.l., Italy, will display a miniature gantry for jacquard weaving machines. Primary contacts in booth: Andrea Pialorsi and Adriano Lietti. Booth No. C-1806-A.Loepfe Brothers Ltd., Switzerland (Symtech Inc., Spartanburg, S.C.), will exhibit weft stop motions SFW-L and SW-12G, weft brakes SFB-L, projectile brake PB-L and the TC-1S thermocutter. Primary contact in booth: Herbert Bruggmann. Booth No. D-2201.Luwa Bahnson Inc., Winston-Salem, N.C., will exhibit the LoomSphere® conditioning system, Multi-Drum Vac dust filter, Sonic Micro Filter lint and dust filter, HVLA-III weave travelling cleaner, Digicontrol DDC, control air dampers, a fine-particulate water filter and the LoomLite light fixture for weaving plants. Primary contact in booth: Brad Carr. Booth No. C-1802.McCoy-Ellison Inc., Monroe, N.C., will feature warpers, creelers, tension devices for filament and spun yarns, a denim-preparation ball warper and beamers, and a draw-warping system. Primary contact in booth: Dan McCoy. Booth No. D-2802.MEI International, S.r.l., Italy (The Baxter Corp., Franklin Lakes, N.J.), will show a label weaving machine. Primary contact in booth: Ferdinando Bertelli. Booth No. C-1731.  Neuenhauser, Germany (Hubtex of North America, Spartanburg, S.C.), will exhibit an off-loom take-up and center winder in addition to the new overhead travelling cleaner, TopDuct2. TopDuct2 has a new integrated track/ channel system with almost double the air volume, compared to a previous model. The TopDuct system moves the collected dust directly into a central dust collector and does not store in the travelling unit, as do many conventional systems. Primary contact in booth: Wilhelm Langius. Booth No. C-1835.Nuova Roj Electrotex, Italy (Iro Inc., Charlotte, N.C.), is a specialist in yarn feeders for weaving looms. Primary contact in booth: Thomas Hansen. Booth No. C-1925.Oskar Fischer, Germany (Symtech Inc., Spartanburg, S.C.), will show warp-tying machines and reed-denting machines. This includes warp-tying machine model PU-ELA-DKU for single and double knots with a repeat counter; model FA-P for tying tapes up to 7 millimeters (mm) wide; and the reed-denting machine model WBE for drawing-in directly in the loom for reed densities up to 100 dents per inch. Primary contacts in booth: Hans Haegele and Ted Harbour. Booth No. C-1815.Pentes Americana Ltd., will feature textile reeds. Primary contact in booth: Walter Alexandre Riedo. Booth No. D-2527.Picanol N.V., Belgium (Picanol of America Inc., Greenville, S.C.), will exhibit the OMNIplus air-jet, GAMMA rapier and Gunne TerryFlex weaving machines. Picanol will also have information on its monitoring system, on-loom inspection system and its Weave-Up upgrading service. Primary contact in booth: Gudrun Delie. Booth No. C-1722.Pradeep Industries, India, will feature drop wires, heald wires and other weaving accessories. Primary contact in booth: Jagdish Panchal. Booth No. C-1605.Schmeing GmbHandCo., Germany (Southern Loom Reed, Gaffney, S.C., and Allertex of America, Cornelius, N.C.), will exhibit frames, heddles, drop-wires, jet cleaners, shuttles and related accessories. Primary contact in booth: Thorsten Nattefort.Booth No. C-1836-A.Schmidt Mfg. Co. Inc., Greenville, S.C., will show textile accessories and machine parts for looms and winders. Primary contact in booth: Vaughan Schmidt. Booth No. D-2302.Seco A.S., Czech Republic (Weft Inc., Greenville, S.C.), will show weaving accessories including drop-wires, healds, frames and reeds.Booth No. C-1817. Sohler Airtex GmbH, Germany (Sourcing Services International Inc., Greer, S.C.), will emphasize its blow-off and suction plants for weaving and knitting. Primary contact in booth: Eduard L. Woerndle.Booth No. C-1942.Somet Weave Tech S.p.A., Italy, will emphasize the new Mythos air-jet loom in both dobby and jacquard versions. Somet also has a rapier negative flexible loom, the Super Excel, that will be on display. Primary contact in booth: Roberto Rabuffetti. Booth No. C-1816.Southern Loom Reed Mfg. Co. Inc., Gaffney, S.C., will feature reeds, combs, heddles, harness frames and drop-wires. Primary contact in booth: Todd Parker.Booth No. C-1836-B.Spaleck GmbHandCo. KG, Germany, will show machinery for the cleaning and maintenance of reeds, heddles and drop wires. The company also offers machinery and materials for the production of weaving reeds. Primary contact in booth: Carsten Suehling. Booth No. C-1808.Startes Jacquard S.p.A., Italy, will display harnesses at various stands in Hall C. The company offers miniature harnesses and a harness simulator. Samples of fabric designs will be on display. Primary contact in booth: Aldo Zara. Booth No. C-1806-B.Stli AG, Duncan, S.C., will exhibit the LX 1600 jacquard weaving machine, the 2871 positive dobby, 1661 cam motion and topmatic and frame. Primary contact in booth: Ludovic Pitrois. Booth No. C-1920.  Steel Heddle, Greenville, S.C., will display a full line of weaving-machine accessories, including harness frames for all weaving applications, jet-eye heddles, profile and flat reeds, and drop wires. Tension-control devices will also be shown. Primary contacts in booth: Teresa Pace. Booth No. C-1822.Sulzer Textil Ltd., Switzerland (Sulzer Spartanburg, Spartanburg, S.C.), will highlight its rapier, projectile, air-jet and multi-phase weaving machines. The new G6300 rapier weaving machine, which won an ATI Innovation Award at ITMA 99, will be displayed in the United States for the first time.Sulzer Textil also offers a complete package of weaving-related services, including Computer Based Training (CBT), which will be demonstrated at the show. Primary contact in booth: Jeanette Knox. Booth No. C-1622.Titan Textile Machines A.S., Denmark (EDDA Textile Machines Inc., Taylors, S.C.), will feature warp-tying machines and drawing-in equipment. Primary contact in booth: H.E. Biltoft-Jensen. Booth No. C-1937.Toyoda Automatic Loom Works Ltd., Japan (Toyoda Textile Machinery Inc., Charlotte, N.C.), will introduce the LW600 series of water-jet weaving machines for the first time at a U.S. textile machinery show. The company will demonstrate the latest technology for weaving filament fabrics. Primary contact in booth: Danny Allen. Booth No. C-1712.Tranoco Inc., Greenville, S.C., will be exhibiting accessories for weaving machinery, including rapier guides, control bars, creel fixtures, harness-frame parts, pulleys, sprockets, nose guides and ceramic guides. The company also offers Flexhold package adapters for securing tubes and cones without adjustment and anti-vibration machinery mounting pads. Primary contact in booth: Larry W. Byars. Booth No. C-1629.Tsudakoma Corp., Japan (Tekmatex Inc., Charlotte, N.C.), will exhibit the ZAX air-jet loom one for Terry cloth, another for sheeting as well as the ZW405 water-jet loom for air-bag material. New products on display include the ZTN needleless tuck-in device for terry and sheeting fabrics. Primary contact in booth: Yuji Tomii. Booth No. C-1922.Vamatex S.p.A., Italy, will feature the Leonardo 1900-mm dobby loom for shirting fabrics; the Leonardo 2100-mm dobby for denim stretch fabrics; the Leonardo 2200-mm dobby for wool fabrics; and the Leonardo 3400-mm dobby with twin beams and jacquard head for furnishing-type fabrics. Primary contact in booth: N. Perackis. Booth No. C-1632.  N.V. Michel Van De Wiele, Belgium, will demonstrate new automation possibilities in carpet weaving with the Van De Wiele Network and Processing System. The company will have numerous carpet samples woven on its CarpetandRug Tronic and Advanced Wire Master machines.Van De Wiele will display a Velvet Master machine equipped with a Dtr rotary dobby and DSJ electronic jacquard that can produce shadow velvet in combination with filling selector effects. A high-speed velvet-weaving machine, equipped with three servomotor drive pile feeders and a Dtr rotary dobby, will produce car seat and upholstery velvet at the show. Primary contact in booth: Danny Bourgois. Booth No. C-1602.Viable Systems, Medfield, Mass., will demonstrate its Viacad 7000 jacquard CAD equipment, and FB725 laser-cutting machine for fabrics. Primary contact in booth: Mr. Maurer. Booth No. C-1813.Wagner AG Wefatex Group, Greenville, S.C., will exhibit weaving reeds for all types of looms, as well as reeds for warp processing. Primary contacts in booth: Ludwig Kuenzel and Fritz Mezger. Booth No. C-1821.West Point Foundry and Machinery Co., West Point, Ga., will introduce several new products during ATME-I 2001. Products for pre-wet sizing, filament sizing and spun warping will be emphasized.West Points new MPS-7200 Size Box will be displayed for the first time at the show. The size box can be used to size both spun and filament warps. The company lists improved size circulation, uniform squeeze and lower maintenance among equipment features.Other items in West Points booth include the new SAS-PW Pre-Wet Sizing System, 863-PW Size Box, Size Concentration Control System, 950B Beam Winder, UWP warper, 844 V-creel and model 2450 computer control system for closed-loop process control through a color touch screen interface. Primary contact in booth: Scott Warren. Booth No. C-1616.White Engineering, Newtown, Pa., will show reeds, ceramic-coated thread guides, yarn carriers, tricot reeds, as well as warper and lease rods. Primary contact in booth: John Cartwright. Booth No. B-1416.Yano Laboratory Co. Ltd., Japan (Izumi International Inc., Greenville, S.C.), will show sub nozzles, a sub-nozzle positioning gauge, rotary stop motions, and water-jet loom parts including plunger kits, magnetic stop motions, stopper valves and water-jet needles. Primary contacts in booth: Ken Overly and Mark Takahama. Booth No. D-2504.Yohzu Industry Co. Ltd., Japan (Izumi International Inc., Greenville, S.C.), will feature ring temples, up-dye temples, full-width (bar) temples, temple holders and brackets. Primary contacts in booth: Ken Overly and Mark Takahama. Booth No. D-2506. Knit Fabric ManufacturingFor knitters, Alandale Industries, Troy, N.C., will exhibit an isolator room with creel, circular t-creel, vacuum systems, machine fans, lubricators, air guns and yarn tubing. Primary contact in booth: Michael Snyder. Booth No. B-1315.Arrow/SI Inc., Asheboro, N.C., will exhibit needles and sinkers for warp and circular knitting machines; tools and accessories for knitters; and pin plates and brush wheels for tenter frames. Primary contact in booth: Donald Bastian. Booth No. B-1310.Christoph Liebers GmbHandCo. KG, Germany, will exhibit sinkers, flat parts and knitting elements for circular knitting machines. Primary contact in booth: Thomas Liebers.Booth No. B-1119.Comez S.p.A., Italy (Comez North America Ltd., Hickory, N.C.), specializes in the manufacture of crochet machines. At the show, Comez will exhibit various crochet machines, which include:The Comeztronic CT-8B/600 completely automatic, electronic crochet machine with eight electronically driven weft bars. The machine is designed to produce both rigid and elastic laces and bands.The Comeztronic CT-16B/600 machine with 16 electronically driven weft bars is ideal for the production of complex lace for underwear. The two-head Comez Covertwist 2T and six-head Saturno 6T are machines for the production of pre-twisted yarns and cords.Comez will also demonstrate ComezDraw 2 CAD/CAM software for crochet machines. Primary contact in booth: Fiorenzo Sanzani. Booth No. C-1610.Exeltor Corp., Greensboro, N.C., is the only North American manufacturer of latch knitting needles for both hosiery and large diameter circular knitting machines. Exeltor will introduce its Arch Spring needles at ATME-I 2001. The needles are lighter and more flexible, thus minimizing vibrations and fatigue, the company claims. Primary contact in booth: Jim Gilkinson.Booth No. B-1302.Groz-Beckert USA Inc., Charlotte, N.C., will exhibit knitting machine needles and flat parts for textile machinery, and will offer technical assistance for those needles and parts. Primary contact in booth: Trudy Tyndall. Booth No. B-1436.Maschinenfabrik Harry Lucas GmbHandCo. KG, Germany, will have the following machines from its product line on display: The RR3-Z circular knitting machine with 4-foot technology; the RR2-FB-106-J knitting machine for knee-caps, elbow-caps and ankle-caps; and the PA8 circular warp knitting machine for the production of knurls, trimmings, sealing and technical fabrics. Booth No. B-1400.Korea Narrow Loom, Korea (Pawtucket Mill Supply Co. Inc., Pawtucket, R.I.), will display a cord knitting machine and a narrow-fabric needle loom for webbing belts. Primary contact in booth: Jeong Jong-Hae.Booth No. B-1406.Lamb Knitting Machine Corp., Chicopee, Mass., will introduce its WrpV2020 V-bed flat-warp knitting machine. The machine is designed for the vertical-trim industry and is equipped with a 6-inch needle bed and a single guide system. The needles in the front and rear needle plates intersect in a V formation, and each pair of needles shares one yarn feed. This means that half as many feeds and half as many ends of yarn are required than in most other types of flat knitting machines. The WrpV2020 is will also be exhibited with an optional heat-set attachment.The Lamb exhibit will also include the ST3AH/ZA model single-feed circular weft knitting machine and the CD-2 model knit braider, which is a multi-feed circular warp knitting machine. Primary contact in booth: William J. Giokas. Booth No. B-1203.Hyung Jae Precision Machinery Co. Ltd., Korea, will show warp knitting beams for raschel and tricot knitting machines. Primary contact in booth: Choi In Sung. Booth No. B-1219.Lim Ying Industrial Co. Ltd., Taiwan, will feature knitting machine parts including feeder units, stop motions, tension devices, yarn guides and cloth cutters. Booth No. B-1217.  MayerandCie GmbHandCo., Germany (Mayer Circular Knitting Machinery Inc., Columbia, S.C.), will highlight the OVJA 1.6ET (3WT) 30-inch diameter/18 cut; the MPU 1.6 30-inch diameter/28 cut with Lycra®; the Inovit 2.0 QC 30-inch diameter/18 cut; and FV 2.0 14-inch diameter/14 cut knitting machines. Primary contact in booth: Oliver Scharf. Booth No. B-1225.Karl Mayer, Germany (Mayer Textile Machine Co., Clifton, N.J.) will exhibit a high-speed tricot machine, model HKS 3-M; an elastic raschel machine, model RSE 4-1; and a weft-insertion and nonwoven raschel machine, model RS2 (3) MSUS-V. Primary contact in booth: Gerel Rohmert. Booth No. C-1702.Memminger-Iro GmbH, Germany (Iro Inc., Charlotte, N.C.), will feature feeders and accessories for all types of knitting machines. Primary contact in booth: Thomas Hansen.Booth No. B-1300.Mitchell Grieve USA Inc., Charlotte, N.C., will show specialized sinkers and elements for the knitting and hosiery industry. Primary contact in booth: Ian Tyson. Booth No. B-1320.Monarch Knitting Machinery Corp., Glendale, N.Y., will show four circular knitting machine models. The first model, V-LEC4DGTY2, is a double-jersey, full electronic sweater dial and cylinder jacquard machine. The machine offers four-color electronic striping and electronic stitch control and can be used for garments with separation and cuff.The V-SECPLT12 model is a single-jersey electronic jacquard loop machine with electronic sinker selection.The two other models to be displayed are the VXAC-RDS4 and the VXAC-3S. Both are single-jersey machines with automatic, adjustable tape speeds. Primary contact in booth: Bruce Pernick. Booth No. B-1335.  Orizio Paolo S.p.A., Italy, manufactures small- and large-diameter circular knitting machines. Orizio will display the JOHN/TC machine with the new frame and open fabric take-down system; the LBEN double-cylinder circular knitting machine for purl stitch; the MJM/BF single-knit machine with electronic needle-by-needle selection; the JSVE jacquard terry machine with electronic sinker selection; the double-knit machine, CMOAN; and the CI/C eight-lock, double-knit machine.Booth No. B-1134.Protechna Herbst GmbH, Germany (Leggemann Machinery, Clifton, N.J.), will exhibit its line of stop motion devices for warp knitting, circular knitting, warping and weaving machinery. Primary contact in booth: Mr. Leggemann. Booth No. B-1232.Protti S.p.A., Italy (Protti Fashiontronix, Charlotte, N.C.), will feature the PV91X-3 three-carriage V-bed knitting machine for the production of jacquard fabrics and trim, which also has the capability of knitting to shape; and the PV93FX three-needle-bed, V-bed knitting machine for the production of sweater blanks and full garments. The third needle bed allows for the simultaneous transfer of banks of needles. Primary contact in booth: Ruth Bishop.Booth No. B-1515.Saxonia-Franke of America, Spartanburg, S.C., will show knitting elements for warp knitting machines, which includes guides, sinkers, sliders, sley points, stitchcombs, SLJ jacquard guides and loose blades. Primary contacts in booth: Michael Franke and Gunter Pillar. Booth No. B-1224.H. Stoll GmbHandCo., Germany (Stoll America Knitting Machinery Inc., Port Washington, N.Y.), will display its computerized CMS 433 TC and CMT 211 flat-knitting machines, as well as a pattern preparation unit, Sirix 110. Primary contact in booth: Stefan Schaed. Booth No. B-1108.Terrot Strickmaschinen, Germany (TKM, Monroe, N.C.; Seggert International Inc., Lake Oswego, Ore., and Marina del Ray, Calif.), will show its line of circular knitting machines. This includes the SP145 30 20gg plush/velour machine, the UCC548 T 34 18gg double-knit electronic, 3-way technique and transfer machine, and the S296-1 30 28gg open-width frame. Primary contact in booth: Gerhard Kuhn.Booth No. B-1533.Tompkins Brothers Co. Inc., Syracuse, N.Y., will feature high-production circular rib and jersey knitting machines with interchangeable diameters, including the model R-TS to knit high-power braces in body contours. Tompkins will also exhibit a high-capacity roll-up system that increases the roll size by a factor of 12. Primary contacts in booth: Alan B. Cohen and Karl Reester. Booth No. B-1118.Tritex International Ltd., United Kingdom, will display a hockey-sock knitting machine, model AS950; a small-diameter rib knitting machine, model TX900; and a pot-scourer knitting machine, model PS 100. Primary contact in booth: A. M. Denman. Booth No. B-1201.Uniwave Inc., Farmingdale, N.Y., will show lubricators, fan and compressed-air lint blowers, and a production control computer system. Primary contact in booth: Jeff Rubinstein. Booth No. B-1314.Valentin Rius Clapers S.A., Spain, will feature electronic crochet and knitting machines, trimming machines and fast-knit braiders. Primary contact in booth: Oscar Rius. Booth No. C-1810. Dyeing, PrintingandFinishingFor the wet-processing sector, Alea S.r.l., Italy (J-Tex Corp., Troutman, N.C.), will present the Stabilo model relax dryer for knitted fabrics. Primary contact in booth: Harry H. de Jong. Booth No. A-1022.American Monforts Corp., Charlotte, N.C., will exhibit tenter frames and tensionless dryers. Primary contact in booth: Joseph A. Okey Jr. Booth No. D-2935.Arioli S.p.A., Italy (Mega Marketing Inc., Waxhaw, N.C.), will show the SAT2, an open-width washing machine for knitted and woven goods equipped with a water blade washing system. The machine is suitable for washing off fabrics that need to be treated with the lowest possible tension, both for scouring and wash-off after printing. Primary contact in booth: Romano Reina.Booth No. A-719.Ateliers Henri Paulus S.A., Belgium, will exhibit at ATME-I for the first time ever and will have information about and pictures showing its latest finishing machines for carpets, velvets, and pile fabrics; and singeing machines and lines. The company will also introduce a new model of carpet-finishing line with modular configuration. Primary contact in booth: Bernard Paulus.Booth No. A-608.ATYC-Argelich, Termes Y Cia. S.A., Spain (Ultrasocks USA Inc., Pembroke Pines, Fla.), will exhibit the universal technodye HT 2-jumbo 450 dyeing machine, which is a high-temperature jet-dyeing machine suitable for all types of woven and knitted fabrics of any fiber composition. The company says the Technodye is a flexible machine capable of processing all types of different fabrics with very short consumption and reduced process times. Primary contact in booth: Jordi Argelich. Booth No. A-817.Babcock Textile Machinery, Pineville, N.C., will exhibit a batcher, tenter frame and relaxed dryer. Primary contacts in booth: Bert Lattwein and Craig Newsome. Booth No. D-2318.Loris Bellini S.p.A., Italy (Symtech Inc., Spartanburg, S.C.), will show a dyeing machine for yarns. Primary contact in booth: Davide Bellini. Booth No. D-2116.Belmont Textile Machinery Co., Mount Holly, N.C., will exhibit yarn-washing machines, dyeing apparatus, yarn-printing machines, suction extractors and other machinery. Primary contact in booth: Dan Dawson. Booth No. C-1930.Biancalani S.p.A., Italy (Symtech Inc., Spartanburg, S.C.), will show PEtrA, a continuous open-width smoothening machine and continuous pre-stone-wash treatment. Primary contact in booth: Massimo Biancalani. Booth No. D-2101.Bianco S.p.A., Italy, will introduce its PLC-controlled, rope-opening slitting lines with adjustable height on both detwisting and cutting devices, which will optimize fabric tension. Bianco will also exhibit padding and impregnating machines, rollers and squeezers, entrance systems for tenter and drying equipment, fabric-guiding devices and inspecting lines. Primary contact in booth: Manfred Muller. Booth No. D-3018.Birch Bros. Southern Inc., Waxhaw, N.C., will present an automatic winder for wovens, nonwovens, knits and foam rubber. The company also offers a railway sewing machine and fabric-inspection machine. Primary contact in booth: Jim Groome. Booth No. D-2902.Brazzoli S.p.A., Italy (Steve Davis, Cornelius, N.C.), will exhibit the Sirio HT 400 machine and the Saturno Superflux HTFAM 600 machine. Primary contact in booth: Mario di Francesco. Booth No. A-117.Bruckner GmbHandCo. KG, Germany, will introduce its stenter model with new split-flow air circulation system and montaozzles. Primary contact in booth: Otto Hempel. Booth No. D-2900.BTM Textilmaschinen GmbH, Germany (Babcock Textile Machinery Inc., Charlotte, N.C.), will introduce the Babco-Star, a new generation stenter for knitted and woven fabrics. Primary contact in booth: W. Hartmann.Booth No. D-2318. Calator Ruckh Inc., Fort Mill, S.C., will feature a tubular felt on felt compactor and the AS 1202 tubular inspection machine. The company also offers data collection and quality control systems. Primary contact in booth: Mikael Wallin.Booth No. D-3002.Carolina Rubber Rolls, Greenville, S.C., will exhibit elastomeric coverings for slashing, dyeing, printing and finishing machines; blow rolls; and dry can ends. Primary contact in booth: Steve Bunecke. Booth No. D-2129.Champion Roller, Rock Hill, S.C., will show bowed spreader rolls, pad rolls, nip rolls, squeeze rolls and rubber-covered rolls. Primary contact in booth: Gary Swanson. Booth No. D-2528.Cibitex S.r.l., Italy, will feature the Cibi Compatex, a shrinking plant for open-width knitted and woven fabrics. Primary contact in booth: Gorri Roberto. Booth No. A-728.Cimi S.r.l., Italy (J-Tex Corp., Troutman, N.C.), will not have any machinery at the show, but will have photographs and catalogs on display at the booth. Primary contact in booth: Henry De Jong. Booth No. A-1026.Coatema Coating Machinery GmbH, Germany, will show coating and laminating machinery. Primary contact in booth: Gabriel Mantzouriois. Booth No. A-418.Comeureg, France (Nike Galliot, Simpsonville, S.C.), will highlight the Teintolab laboratory dyeing machine. The machine was developed with the idea of right first time in mind, and the company claims the Teintolab machines can help reduce dyeing problems and increase the reproducibility of colors. Primary contact in booth: Christophe Ninster.Booth No. A-507.Consultex Corp., Spartanburg, S.C., will feature the IQ-140 automatic spray applicator for all types of finishes in the textile and nonwoven industries. Primary contact in booth: Helmut Grohs. Booth No. D-3116.Corino Macchine S.r.l., Italy, will introduce a new optical weft straightener and a dropped needle detector. In addition, Corino will show a rope squeezer, automatic rope opener with slitter and padder, and a double squeezer for tubular knitted fabrics. Primary contacts in booth: Melis Fabio and Ravina G. Paolo. Booth No. A-102.Day International, Greenville, S.C., will show shrinkage blankets, industrial rolls and roll coverings. Primary contact in booth: Marsha Marsh. Booth No. D-2516.Digital Printing Systems, Orangeburg, N.Y., will exhibit a digital sample printer that will demonstrate the capabilities of a digital production printer that the company plans to introduce during the last quarter of 2001. The DPS 85T is a roll-to-roll textile ink-jet printer capable of printing directly onto a wide variety of untreated textile fabrics using patented Jemtex multi-deflection, continuous ink-jet technology. The machine can print between 40 and 50 square feet per hour, depending on the pattern and the substrate. Available in eight-, 10- or 12-color configurations, the DPS 85T is capable of printing with either pre-mixed spot colors or process colors. Primary contacts in booth: Brooks Tippett and Jason Landau. Booth No. A-431.Diversified Systems, Greenville, S.C., will show off-loom take-up, gantry, tenter chains and rails and inspection machines. Primary contact in booth: Jenaffer Pitt.Booth No. C-1932.Dollfus Muller, France (Louis P. Batson Co., Greenville, S.C.), will show open-mesh conveyor belts for printing and felt-finishing blankets for sanforizing. The company also offers heat-transfer printing and compacting machines. Primary contact in booth: David Fauconnier. Booth No. A-820.Dunline Rubber Products Co., Canada (Commercial Distributors Co. Inc., Lake Wylie, S.C.), will exhibit rubber belts for controlled, compressive shrinkage. Primary contact in booth: Carl Hannigan. Booth No. D-3118.Famas S.r.l., Italy, will display samples of satin and molleton decating blankets, as well as samples of polyester and polypropylene undercloths. Primary contact in booth: Alfredo Fava Minor.Booth No. D-2406.Fleissner GmbHandCo., Germany (Fleissner Inc., Charlotte, N.C.), will feature the new HT SteamSet process for stretchable, tubular fabrics, as well as equipment for splitting bicomponent fibers into microdenier fibers and filaments. Fleissner will also highlight its Aquatex fabric pretreatment and enhancement technology for woven fabrics. Primary contact in booth: Don B. Gillespie. Booth No. D-2300.Forthmann Machines Inc., Mahwah, N.J., will introduce the Ultrasonic Cut and Fold machines for processing printed labels. The ultrasonic feature processes a soft edge label at speeds of 140 to 200 labels per minute with no cutting heat. The machines can easily be changed over to a standard hot or cold knife system. The two machines to be displayed at the exhibition are the Zefffco ZFP II E 75 deluxe fold pak machine with ultrasonic cutting attachment and the Zefffco STZ II E 50 cut-and-fold machine with mitre-fold attachment. Primary contacts in booth: Fred F. Forthmann and Fred Brown. Booth No. B-1415.Gaston County Dyeing Machine Co., Stanley, N.C., will feature its Millennium Dyeing System. The system incorporates a simulated dyehouse, which includes a control room with its SuperTex System and award-winning Millennium Piece Dyeing Machine, as well as chemical/dye weighing, mixing and dispensing. The company will also show its new Sentinel Controller. Primary contact in booth: Harold Wilson. Booth No. D-2118.Gaston Systems Inc., Stanley, N.C., specializes in foam-generation and application equipment. Gaston will introduce a computer-controlled foam generator and applicator used in fabric and nonwoven coating and finishing. Primary contact in booth: Chris Aurich. Booth No. D-2119.Gematex Textilveredlungsmaschinen GmbH, Germany (Leggemann Machinery Inc., Clifton, N.J.), will exhib



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