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Textile Machinery Webinar

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Digitalization in textile finishing - integration of energy and maintenance management for exhaust dyeing machines

April 28th 2021, 02:00 pm CEST
Duration: 90 Minutes

No participation Fee
Up to 1000 participants

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Agenda on April 28th 2021

02:00 pm
02:00 pm

Welcome and introduction

Boris AbadjieffVDMA Textile Machinery Association
02:10 pm
02:10 pm

Digitalization in textile finishing - integration of energy and maintenance management

Thies GmbH & Co. KG, your partner in dye house solutions, will introduce latest function groups to enable digitalization for exhaust dyeing machines. A closer look to energy control data use and how to achieve a complete overview of machine maintenance status, resulting in a more effective use of your plant capacity.

More information: https://www.thiestextilmaschinen.com/

Ralf StangeThies
02:30 pm
02:30 pm

Digitalization, energy and maintenance management for dry finishing machines

Economic and ecological reasons force textile finishers worldwide to operate their textile machines with maximum productivity and minimum energy consumption. At the same time, it must be ensured that the equipment is available without interruption and that it works reliably from a technical point of view. The lecture will show that innovative, digital aids can make an essential contribution to minimising the CO2 footprint of a produced textile in today's times.

More information: https://www.brueckner-textile.com/en/

Axel PieperBrückner
02:50 pm
02:50 pm

Manufacturing Management System view on integrated energy and maintenance management in textile finishing

SETEX, your technology partner for the digital textile factory, will illustrate the potential of a central maintenance and energy hub with embedded formula wizard and digital twin functionality.
The combination of comprehensive machine connectivity and features to relate maintenance work, production planning and resource utilization to each other, enables closed loop mapping. Such factory-wide leverage of information makes it possible to predict, when is the best time to schedule maintenance and how to use your resources to your advantage.

More information: https://www.setex-germany.com/en/

Jürgen JerzembeckSetex
03:10 pm
03:10 pm

Q&A

Nicolai StrauchVDMA Textile Machinery Association

Speakers

Boris Abadjieff
VDMA Textile Machinery Association
Nicolai Strauch
VDMA Textile Machinery Association
Ralf Stange
Thies
Axel Pieper
Brückner
Jürgen Jerzembeck
Setex

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