'Wise Eye' is a unique AI-based inspection system that satisfies the requirements of textile manufacturers

Related Keywords: fabric, Fashion of Institute of Textiles and Clothing, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Textile and Apparel Artificial Intelligence, textile manufacturers, textile manufacturing, weaving process

Hong Kong
Summary: 
Textile manufacturers at present depend on human efforts to randomly examine the fabric by naked eyes. Due to human factors such as carelessness or physical exhaustion, defect detection by human labour is usually uncertain and unreliable. Textile manufacturers also made an effort to use some other fabric inspection systems, but those systems were not able to meet the industry needs. Safeguarding quality in the fabric production becomes a great challenge to the industry.

Textile manufacturers at present depend on human efforts to randomly examine the fabric by naked eyes. Due to human factors such as carelessness or physical exhaustion, defect detection by human labour is usually uncertain and unreliable. Textile manufacturers also made an effort to use some other fabric inspection systems, but those systems were not able to meet the industry needs. Safeguarding quality in the fabric production becomes a great challenge to the industry.

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Less energy more productivity with new yarn manufacturing technology

Related Keywords: developed by researchers at Hongkong, enhance textile industries, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, listed in China national plan, New Yarn manufacturing technology, reduce energy consumption, ring spinning methods, spin low twist, Technology named Nu TorqueTM

Hongkong
Less energy more productivity with new yarn manufacturing technology
Summary: 
Led by Professor Xiaoming Tao, researchers at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University have developed a new yarn manufacturing technology that can increase productivity with less energy consumption. The technology has been named Nu-TorqueTM. The technology with acceptable quality and efficiency can spin low-twist yet high-strength singles yarns with low residual torque. Their method can reduce yarn twist by 20-40% compared to the conventional method – being the lowest among all ring spinning methods.

Led by Professor Xiaoming Tao, researchers at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University have developed a new yarn manufacturing technology that can increase productivity with less energy consumption. The technology has been named Nu-TorqueTM. The technology with acceptable quality and efficiency can spin low-twist yet high-strength singles yarns with low residual torque. Their method can reduce yarn twist by 20-40% compared to the conventional method – being the lowest among all ring spinning methods.

http://phys.org/news/2015-05-productivity-yarn-makers.html
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