Mor­gan Tecnica takes on the US mar­ket with its sin­gle-ply cutting ma­chine

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What­ever industry it may be, the fu­ture is go­ing to be very chal­leng­ing. To sus­tain the busi­ness and to re­main com­pet­i­tive, ev­ery­one is go­ing for tech­nol­ogy, par­tic­u­larly au­to­ma­tion. Gar­ment industry is no ex­cep­tion. The same ap­plies for re­viv­ing gar­ment man­u­fac­tur­ing in USA and its neigh­bour­ing re­gions.

Mor­gan Tecnica, a com­plete cutting room so­lu­tion provider, has aptly re­alised the needs and de­mands of its cus­tomer base in USA. Ply 1 is the com­pany’s sin­gle­ply cut­ter, that very well adapts to the on-de­mand man­u­fac­tur­ing con­cept.

With a new gen­er­a­tion of lin­ear mo­tors, Ply 1 is able to achieve cutting speed of 180 m/ min., mak­ing it the fastest in the coun­try. Faster cutting is fur­ther cou­pled with high pro­duc­tiv­ity and high cutting pre­ci­sion. It also does not burn a hole in the pocket, thanks to its low power con­sump­tion fea­ture that con­sumes an av­er­age of 3.5 kW and low main­te­nance re­quire­ment.

“Ply 1 does not limit its ap­pli­ca­tions to ap­parel industry, it is also suit­able for tech­ni­cal tex­tile and com­pos­ites, uphol­stery and au­to­mo­tive industry,” says Anand­ku­mar D, MD, Mor­gan Dy­nam­ics.

Grow­ing fast in this mar­ket, Mor­gan has fur­ther plans to fo­cus more on au­to­ma­tion of prod­uct de­vel­op­ment process. “All the pro­cesses be­fore sewing will be au­to­mated, that’s why we are con­stantly work­ing on im­prov­ing our soft­ware so­lu­tion,” in­forms Anand­ku­mar. The com­pany of­fers a range of soft­ware so­lu­tions like PLM, vir­tual pro­to­typ­ing and vir­tual fit­ting soft­ware, cut order plan soft­ware, vis­ual nest­ing soft­ware.

Talk­ing of con­nected ma­chines and its ben­e­fits, Anand­ku­mar makes a state­ment, “Com­pa­nies present in the mar­ket have a niche in sin­gle en­tity which is able to col­lect data, but the cus­tomers are not ben­e­fited by it. If the data ex­change at each process is not seam­less, it is of no use.” Mor­gan Tecnica is the com­plete so­lu­tion provider with of­fer­ings like au­to­matic cutting ma­chine, au­to­matic spread­ing ma­chine, la­bellers, plot­ters, and pin ta­bles.

When ma­chines are in­te­grated, user-friendly and man­aged from be­gin­ning to end, then only the data col­lec­tion and ex­change be­tween these ma­chines will ben­e­fit the cus­tomers. In other cases, there are troves of iso­lated data, dou­ble en­tries, man­ual en­tries, which rep­re­sents data that can­not be in­ter­preted and utilised.

“Seam­less con­nec­tion be­tween ma­chines is ex­tremely im­por­tant and that is what we are ex­pert in,” con­cludes Anand­ku­mar.

With a new gen­er­a­tion of lin­ear mo­tors, Ply 1 is able to achieve cutting speed of 180 m/ min. mak­ing it the fastest in the coun­try. Faster cutting is fur­ther cou­pled with high pro­duc­tiv­ity and high cutting pre­ci­sion. When ma­chines are in­te­grated, user-friendly and man­aged from be­gin­ning to end, then only the data col­lec­tion and ex­change be­tween these ma­chines will ben­e­fit the cus­tomers. In other cases, there are troves of iso­lated data, that can­not be in­ter­preted and utilised.

Anand­ku­mar D (C), MD, Mor­gan Dy­nam­ics with his col­leagues

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