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Tech firm Groz-Beckert to present sewing solutions at IFAI Expo 2018

US-based leading supplier and manufacturer of needles and spare parts, Groz-Beckert is all pumped up to exhibit its innovative sewing solutions at the imminent IFAI (Industrial Fabrics Association International) Expo 2018

Touted to be one of the most vital regional trade events for the manufacturers of apparel and technical textiles, IFAI Expo will take place from 15-18 October in Dallas, Texas, USA.

In the press statement issued by Groz-Beckert, it said, “Increasing demands on productivity and ever more complex applications, combined with the growing variety of materials, are the key challenges faced by the sewing industry. In response to these challenges, we have a variety of special application needles (SAN) – offering the perfect needle for every situation, tailored to the relevant application.”

At the show, the company will also present its SAN 5.2  needle which has been is designed specifically to deliver the best outcome while sewing technical textiles.

Groz-Beckert claims that the unique shaft reinforcement increases the needle constancy, and the double coding in the point area enhances the thread support in linear and multi-directional sewing procedures.

Also on display at the IFAI Expo will be its SAN 10 and SAN 10 XS needles that are used for very fine loop and weave materials.

The shaft geometry of both SAN 10 and SAN 10 XS titanium nitride-coated needles is kind to the material and supports error-free handing out while reducing the count of skipped stitches and needle and thread breakages.

Groz-Beckert will also offer its The Quality Management INH (Ideal Needle Handling) system to facilitate problem-free sewing operations and time-saving management and documentation of broken and damaged needles, having a positive impact on occupational health and safety, productivity and the environment.

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