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Staubli showcases innovations at ITM 2016
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Jun '16
Staubli, a global mechatronics solutions provider, showcased a comprehensive range of textile machinery including weaving, knitting systems apart from third generation electronic rotary dobbies at the recently concluded ITM 2016 fair in Istanbul. At its booth, Staubli showcased its comprehensive range of textile machinery for weaving preparation systems with automatic warp drawing-in and warp-tying machines, cam motions and dobbies, and electronic jacquard machines with harnesses.

In addition, Staubli exhibited its brand 'DEIMO knitting solutions' with advanced electronic systems and components and related programming tools primarily for textile machinery. 

Staubli's completely re-engineered LX series jacquard machine features a new lifting mechanism that allows high-speed weaving even of extremely heavy fabrics. The new model can handle up to 26 per cent greater loads than the previous models. LX jacquard machines are available in sizes up to 6,144 hooks and can be equipped in a range of 6,144 to 18,432 hooks.

Staubli also showcased its third generation of electronic rotary dobbies, the S3000 / S3200 electronic rotary dobby family. The new locking system features enhanced security for the selection of the heald frames, allowing higher running speeds as well as superior reliability.

Staubli's range of cam motions showcased includes the types 1671/1681/1781, which are equipped with a high performance cam and lever assembly and a broad range of symmetrical and asymmetrical cams.

A major attraction at the Staubli booth was the SAFIR S60 automatic drawing-in machine which was presented for the first time to the public in Turkey. SAFIR S60 is equipped with high performance thread separation. (NA) 

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