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Stoll's three-system knitting machines sales to rise
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Mar '12
Stoll GmbH & Co. KG., the German manufacturer of knitting machines, is expecting the sales of its three-system knitting machines to grow.

The company said its efficient three-system knitting technology offers Stoll customers' faster knitting speeds without increasing their running costs. This has increased the popularity of their three-system knitting technology and there is a growing trend among customers to prefer three efficient and combined knitting systems instead of the earlier two systems.

The additional system reduces the number of machine strokes while optimized pattern programmes shorten the knitting time, thus enhancing the overall efficiency for the users, according to Stoll.

The three-system knitting machines enable firms to economically knit advanced fabrics with complicated processes. It is because the probable combinations of the three systems avoid empty rows, while enabling adaptation to pattern programmes to a greater degree of variance.

The company said the increased productivity through three-system knitting machines can be achieved without raising mechanical stresses, increasing energy consumption or any additional care, lubrication or maintenance.

The increase in machine capacity by using three systems can be clearly seen in 2- and 3-colour jacquards with relief structures, detailed accessories, intensive patterns and various shapes.

Another benefit of three systems is it improves Intarsia knitting by reducing the six strokes on conventional systems to two.

Moreover, the Stoll pattern software M1 plus helps users in creating extensive patterns by sequential coordination of the yarn carrier staggering.

Finally, the three system knitting machines offer a wide range of possibilities to guarantee a secure transfer, particularly in case of tight fabrics. In the three system technique, one system knits while two systems can be used to transfer, or two systems can be used for knitting and the third system for transfer.

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