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  • Nick Monjo

Corin Adds Latest Fabric Cutting Technology

Corin, the Polish bra producer specializing in larger cups, has recently added the newest computer driven, robotic fabric cutting system, continuing its commitment to maintain its production facilities at the highest levels of technological advancement.

“From its earliest days, Corin’s investment in modern technology and construction methods was integrated with its usage of the highest quality European fabrics, tulle, laces and embroidery. These elements are artfully combined under the watchful eye of designer and co-founder and owner Barbara Hanczka who carefully monitors the aesthetics and uniqueness of each style in the collection,” according to a spokesperson. The result are bras and intimates that compete with leading brands worldwide.

“Thanks to our investments in Industry 4.0 robotics — the fourth industrial revolution currently underway — the Corin cutting department has been equipped with the latest version of the Unicut cutter for cutting fabrics,” she continued. “This personalized modernization increases the efficiency and quality of each of the cut elements,” and is “equipped with intuitive software with many functions supporting work automation. The cutter is equipped with a factory-installed mobile waste bin, the design of which facilitates the segregation of post-production waste. The cutting robot achieves very high cutting speeds, which shortens the cutting time by about 20% and the time for stabilizing the fabric for cutting by about 50%.”

Because of these advances in cutting, Corin customers enjoy more precisely constructed, and thus more comfortable and better fitting, bras and intimates.

Owners Barbara and husband Mariusz Hanczka have operated Corin for over 20 years, and now export more than half of their intimates to North America, Europe and other parts of the world. Valens Lingerie is the U.S. distributor for the brand;; (610) 400-8460, attention Thomas Dorsey.


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