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New products and highlights presented by Stäubli at ITMA
13
Sep '11
Stäubli has been following its company principle “Progress through tradition and innovation” for many years. During the past year, the development of new products and technologies that offer the textile industry more and greater benefits has again borne new fruit. What follows is a summary of the new products and product highlights that Stäubli will present at ITMA in Barcelona.

Jacquard Weaving
Type SX Jacquard machine
Introduced a year ago, the SX Jacquard machine has gained wide and enthusiastic approval by customers. This extremely versatile machine for broad use in modern Jacquard weaving mills meets the highest demands. Productivity of the SX surpasses that of other models, the machine is more compact, and it offers higher performance – meaning high loads and high speed. Its nearly vibration-free drive mechanism is extremely reliable. The machine requires a minimum of maintenance. The SX is available in two sizes, with 1408 or 2688 hooks. It is adaptable to rapier, air jet, and projectile weft-insertion systems. Today over 100 SX machines are in daily use in weaving mills around the world, handling a variety of textile applications.

During ITMA Stäubli will demonstrate at its booth the SX with 2688 hooks with a Stäubli harness on an air-jet weaving machine producing apparel fabric at very high speed.

New type SX V Jacquard machine for velvet
As an ITMA 2011 novelty Stäubli will unveil the new type SX V Jacquard machine for the production of velvet fabrics. It is equipped with 2688 hooks driven by the M6.2 three-position module. The SX V can be adapted to any type of new or existing velvet weaving machine.

Jacquard machines with independent drive
The principle of running a Jacquard machine with no mechanical link to the weaving machine was introduced by Stäubli more than ten years ago, with the UNIVAL 100. Since then, Stäubli is in a position to offer solutions for individual drive with no cardan shaft to the weaving machine for its complete range of Jacquard machines.

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