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    The Lindauer DORNIER GmbH was then founded in 1950 after moving to the main company location in Lindau-Rickenbach. The first machines were shuttle weaving machines and drying plants for the...
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    Nicely Machinery Development Co.,Ltd. was formed in 1984 to apply advanced technology to slitting and rewinding machines. Our wide range of slitting and rewinding machines are suitable for papers,...
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    Gabbar Engineering co. was established in 1972 in the city of Ahmedabad, Gujarat state, India. We have the pleasure to introduce ourselves as a leading manufacturers of 'Armstrong' brand sewing...
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    After foundation of the company in 1945 we develop and manufacture stroboscopes. At first for application on weaving machines in textile industry. Besides stroboscopes we do also offer:Video web...
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    For the last 60 years, TRB has to lead the way in the design and manufacture of lightweight panels and structures. TRB’s goal is to enable vehicles and structures to be more efficient by...
  • Article - 10 Sep 2001
    UHMWPE has exceptional toughness and wear resistance, combined with an excellent chemical resistance. Relative advantages, disadvantages and applications are listed together with a table of typical...
  • Article - 16 Jun 2014
    The mechanical properties of stainless steels are always the major product specifications when purchasing the product. The properties usually specified for flat rolled products are Brinell or Rockwell...
  • News - 2 Mar 2017
    Non-woven fabrics have become an essential part of people's everyday life. New software developed by a Fraunhofer Institute makes the production of non-woven products more flexible and...
  • News - 14 May 2009
    When someone's knee hurts with every step it's a sign that the cartilage has been so badly damaged that the bones rub together when walking. Medical scientists are developing a technique to...
  • News - 19 Jun 2008
    When engineers decided to wrap the Zénith arena in Strasbourg, France, in a record breaking 15 000 m2 of material, they had to be sure it was not going to break under the huge amount of tension...