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Uster: wider access to Quality Management Platform

A new standalone version of Uster Quality Expert has been launched by the provider of textile testing and quality control solutions, Uster Technologies AG, Uster/Switzerland. It makes the unique Quality Management Platform available to a much wider range of yarn manufacturers.
Until now, Uster Quality Expert has been exclusively hosted within Uster Tester 6. The new standalone version is targeted at textile mills which do not yet own the Uster Tester 6 but have invested in at least one modern Uster instrument – e.g. the Uster Quantum 3. The new offering helps users to benefit from automated quality management capabilities, powered by Uster’s well-known application intelligence.
The launch is part of the plan to extend the Think Quality concept further across the textile community, using fact-based quality management. The standalone and the Uster Tester 6 hosted version share the same newly updated software release including value-added reports, based on combined data from laboratory instruments and in-line monitoring systems. Remote access to production information keeps users informed 24/7.
Applying the same data ‘language’ throughout the mill fosters common understanding. The latest release features additional highlights, including a new dashboard design, a bar chart alternative to the ‘spider’ quality charts and improvements to the Mill Analysis module. When connecting Uster Quantum 3 and Uster Sentinel to Uster Quality Expert, mills can intelligently correlate ring quality data and winding quality. RSO also enables higher spinning performance while optimizing cop build-up.

 

 

Source:
dfv media group
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Coats Digital/Inova Textiles: optimization of speed to market and operation costs

In response to the corona pandemic, the textile manufacturer Inova Textiles, Naucalpan de Juárez/Mexico, has reacted to changing customer demands by digitalizing planning and control processes with the Digital’s FastReactPlan from Coats Digital, the software business of Coats Plc, Uxbridge/UK.
Inova Textile has 3 facilities in Estado de México, covering knitting, finishing, cutting, printing and sewing processes. The company has prioritized the digitalization of practice planning and control processes with FirstReactPlan which is proven to deliver rapid and significant improvements in capacity utilization, speed to market and agility, while reducing excess costs.
The system will be implemented at Inova’s sewing and cutting facilities, to deliver a fast, detailed and accurate order confirmation process and production plan which is optimized for delivery, efficiency and speed.
The FastStart project for Inova will include detailed planning of the sewing lines using the visual tools of the FastReactPlan planning board, as well as the scheduling and visualization of load on secondary processes such as cutting and printing.

Source:
dfv media group