The knitting bars, finished product take-down and yarn feeders, are all controlled by versatile electronic actuators that happen to be said to provide excellent energetic performance and positioning accuracy.
The use of the Panagenesi project is for you to optimize the rooting of islands while in the transplant site through the application of fibrin variable circular section scaffolds, consequently reducing may be pancreatic islands necessary for the actual transplant’s full success and prolongation of these function over time.
The scaffold is basically a tubular textile article using a small diameter, comprising a pattern of lobed structures (narrowed divisions alternating with broader sections), which includes a variable cross-section and three-dimensional style internal structure (internal criss-crossing), binding wire made using fibrin yarns. For the manufacture from the tubular textile,
Comez has designed progressive electronic double needle bar warp sewing machine, with a working size of 800mm, in gauge 20 (needles per inch), with 8-10 knitting bars for independently manipulated pattern making.
Based on machine builder Comez, the machine opens up innovative fields of application for warp knitting technology by employing the most advanced mechanical and electronic technologies, being capable of operating in a very high accuracy rate, by processing yarns of various types, structure and composition and with a sophisticated construction design, whilst being flexible in its operation and versatile inside multiple textile structures it can establish