Swift's process controls guide denim

Elliott, Edward J.
March 1998
Textile World;Mar98, Vol. 148 Issue 3, p83
Trade Publication
Focuses on denim manufacturer Swift Denim's approach to quality and process control which relies on the automation of its systems. Plant locations; Development of system architecture to control different parameters; Establishing of connection between the slashing department and the control system using ABB's Advant Controller subsystem; Impact of automation projects on customers.


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