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Stoll displays new engineered ADF technologies at ITMA
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Nov '15
For the first time, four types of the new engineered ADF-family technologies including many machines from the Stoll current product range were displayed at ITMA.

These included the CMS 202 HP B, which with its reduced working width of 24”, productive and space features offers prepared knitting slim patterns needed mainly by the technical textiles sector.

Stoll has raised the bar of CMS 520 C+ multi gauge and is now able to knit in gauge E1 5.2 and can produce very loose fabrics and offers high improvement for safety in knitting.

The CMS 530 HP Knit & Wear is an ultra-flexible machine optimal for colourful baby articles, children's clothing and versatile accessories.

According to a Stoll press release, the CMS 822 HP is not a novelty, but thanks to its enormous working width of 84” and with the possibility of combining the carriages, it really remained a highlighted machine at ITMA.

In the machine, the stitch quality and size are monitored and adjusted automatically; potential yarn fluctuations are equalised automatically and there is also reporting of actual yarn consumption.

“The CMS 502 HP+ multi gauge is small, handy, solid and productive and has been constantly improved and further developed which is now symbolised by the additional '+' in the name,” Stoll added.

Founded in 1873, H. Stoll AG & Co. KG is an internationally operating manufacturer of flat knitting machines based in Germany and employs 850 employees worldwide.

The Stoll product portfolio comprises flat knitting machines and patterning software which are used for the production of fabrics for fashion as well as for technical applications.

Stoll exports to more than 70 countries all over the world and offers integrated service through affiliated companies, sales and marketing centers and numerous agencies. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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