Circular woven materials are fed to the cutter via a revolving winder and slit at angles
Privately-owned Arville Textiles Ltd., Wetherby/UK, is currently going from strength to strength in the supply of advanced technical textiles for specialized markets, based on its long-standing and highly-integrated expertise in design, circular and flat weaving, coating and fabrication.
Its major customers are involved in manufacturing high-performance products and components for the aerospace, automotive, medical, filtration, personal protection and industrial sectors.
The company has recently taken delivery of a new wide-width bias cutting and winding line in order to meet the demand for advanced technical textiles that are employed in a range of components by the aerospace and automotive industries. The line is being supplied by Svegea of Sweden AB, Uddevalla/Sweden. The ability to produce tubular fabric which is cut on the bias allows textiles to be provided which not only have improved drape and elasticity properties for complex and intricate shapes, but also offers ways to reduce the production costs by eliminating unnecessary wastage from the manufacturing process.