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Stäubli exhibiting various innovations at India ITME
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Aug '16
At the upcoming India ITME show, Stäubli will be exhibiting various innovations from its extensive range of products for the weaving sector in hall 6, booth no. D1.

The company will be showing complete Jacquard installation in operation, latest dobbies and cam motions for frame weaving.

Other products include; weaving preparation systems including automatic warp drawing-in and tying machines; carpet samples woven on Alpha carpet weaving machines and also original Stäubli spare parts.

With its Deimo brand, the company is showing state-of-the-art electronic drives and control solutions for textile machinery and especially for circular knitting machines.

A high-speed Jacquard machine for flat fabrics, terry cloth and technical applications, featuring the SX electronic Jacquard machine and a perfectly fitted Stäubli harness will demonstrate weaving capabilities.

Another product, the S3260 electronic rotary dobby features a unique locking system for selection of the movement of the heald frames, while a refined positive cam motion will also be demonstrated.

The Safir S40 mobile automatic drawing-in machine is being shown in a different kind of presentation, where weavers will be able learn how it can prolong the service life of any weaving machine.

Stäubli will also display carpet samples including those displaying the recently developed ‘Magic Shadow Effect’ and the ‘Traditional carpet Effect’, woven on Alpha carpet weaving machines. (AR)

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