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Staubli delivers 300th DELTA 100/110 drawing machine
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Dec '08
The delivery of the 300th automatic drawing-in system type DELTA 100/110 took place early 2008 and was installed at Nazar Textile Industry Co., located in Kahramanmaras, Turkey. Nazar is a producer of high fashion cotton fabric for shirting and outerwear whose products are mainly exported to European countries.

Meanwhile the system is fully established in production and in daily use to serve the weaving mill with drawn-in warps. The wide range of fabric patterns requires several style changes every day for which the DELTA 110 has the perfect capacity.

The DELTA 110 automatic drawing-in machine can be equipped to draw-in either healds with J/Ctype or O-type healds or a combination of both. The warp threads are draw in directly from a warp beam up to 4 m wide in healds, drop wires and the reed in the same operation and at a speed of up to 140 draws per minute. Depending on requirements the machine can be fitted with up to 20 harness frames or up to 16 heald carrier rods respectively, and up to 8 drop wire contact rails.

Drawing-in performance reaches 6 drawn in warps per shift of 8 hours, and naturally multiple shifts per day are possible. Automatic drawing-in has a long tradition in Turkey as this market is permanently asking for higher productivity and increase of automation to keep its competitiveness on the world market. No wonder the population of drawing-in machines DELTA 110 is growing every year – even in its 9th year after introduction.

Stäubli is continuing its efforts in developing innovative products to serve its customers in the textile industry.

About Stäubli:
Stäubli is a mechatronics solution provider with three dedicated divisions: Textile Machinery, Connectors and Robotics. With a workforce of over 3000, the company generates annual turnover exceeding 1 billion Swiss francs. Founded in 1892, Stäubli today is an international Group with its head office in Pfäffikon, Switzerland.

Stäubli is active on all 5 continents and oversees 13 industrial production sites. Including the companies Multi-Contact and Schönherr, the Stäubli Group is present in 24 countries through its sales and customer service subsidiaries. The network is completed by agents in 50 countries.

Stäubli Textile has been developing and producing high-quality systems for the weaving industry for over a century. The company holds a strong market position in textile machinery, a position earned through continual pursuit of customer satisfaction.


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