Guide for Selection of Textile Machinery

Source:   Date:2023/1/6 9:42:00

In recent years, many textile enterprises have turned their attention to textile machinery with high stability, high automation, high efficiency, and high quality. The investment and transformation of enterprise equipment should not follow the trend, let alone listen to it

          Enterprises must first clarify their market direction and product positioning, otherwise, no matter how sophisticated the equipment is, it will be in vain. Without strict technical argumentation and precise market positioning, the so-called "equipment, products, and prices" have caused many enterprises to bear a heavy financial burden after introducing equipment

In addition, many textile enterprises do not have sufficient technological transformation, and the front and rear matching of advanced equipment is not matched. Either the front spinning equipment is one level lower than the back spinning equipment, or the back spinning equipment is one level lower than the front spinning equipment, which will inevitably lead to substandard product quality. Many textile enterprise owners believe that their equipment is "tall and superior" and that they can produce high value-added products, but the market is constantly changing

In addition, automated production is not only superficial intelligent production, but also requires synchronous improvement of intelligent software, management systems, logistics systems, production efficiency, and per capita labor productivity, so as to increase economic and social benefits simultaneously. Some cotton textile mills have suddenly upgraded from old equipment to modern equipment with international standards, but their management philosophy has not changed. They still attempt to use traditional management models to manage modern equipment. This outdated management model to manage advanced production technology can cause a significant waste of resources and technology

          Many cotton textile mills introduce new equipment with relatively stable product quality. However, with the continuous updating of equipment, many manufacturers would rather spend a large amount of money to purchase, rather than spend more money to purchase better equipment, resulting in the technical performance of the equipment not meeting the original requirements, leading to a continuous decline in product quality

Guide for Selection of Textile Machinery