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Staubli attracts visitors in large numbers at ITM
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May '18
SAFIR S40 automatic drawing-in machine. Courtesy: Staubli
SAFIR S40 automatic drawing-in machine. Courtesy: Staubli
Staubli’s latest weaving and knitting solutions attracted large number of visitors from Turkey, and other Eastern and Middle-east countries at the ITM expo. The textile machinery show was held from April 14 to 17, 2018, in Turkey. The company is an innovative mechatronics solutions provider in the dedicated fields of connectors, robotics, and textile.

The company’s booth attracted many interested companies, held intensive and constructive talks, and transformed many visits into real business opportunities. Stäubli displayed the complete range of systems and solutions from the weaving and knitting industry.

Stäubli debuted the automatic drawing in machine SAFIR S40, featuring a mobile drawing in machine and stationary drawing in station. This installation offers multiple layout possibilities and with its little space requirements fits into every mill. Out of the versatile SAFIR series that offers solutions for any application, the SAFIR S40 model is dedicated to mills processing cotton warps. The exhibit was perfectly in line with one of the most visible trends at ITM, denim.

Many carpet weavers came to discover latest carpet samples woven on ALPHA carpet systems. The exhibits showed Stäubli binding technology know-how through their unique patterns, perfect surfaces and sharp designs without mixed contours, thus from low to very high densities depending on the application. Stäubli also displayed its support for the successful knitting industry with automation solutions, such as the D4S automatic toe sewing device, which increases the efficiency in the mill.

Legler, sales and marketing manager, Stäubli said, “We were glad to see this overwhelming interest in our solutions for the weaving and knitting industry. Our reliably and precisely running high-speed shedding solutions such as cam motions, dobbies, and Jacquard machines, convinced many weaving industrials. The renowned SX and LX electronic Jacquard machines could be seen on our booth, but were presented in addition on the two complete Jacquard installations visible on this years’ ITM fairground.” (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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