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Staubli offers latest weaving machines for textiles
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May '18
Courtesy: Staubli
Courtesy: Staubli
Staubli, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of high-speed textile machinery, has launched its latest innovative weaving machines for technical fabrics. The company has decades of experience as a supplier of shedding solutions for weaving machines, weaving preparation systems, and complete carpet weaving systems in the traditional textile industry.

The new MAGMA T12 warp tying machine ties monofilaments, coarse multi-filaments, PP ribbons, bast fibres, coarse staple fibres, and many other fibre types. It has been developed for universal application ranging from coarse technical yarns to the medium yarn-count range. Its rigid design includes an optical double-end detection system.

The company has also unveiled the TF weaving system for sophisticated reinforced fabrics. The TF weaving system allows high-volume production of up to very thick and/or dense fabrics and efficient processing of a wide variety of technical and highly sensitive yarns, such as glass fibre, carbon, Kevlar, or similar.

For the automotive industry, Stäubli is today’s leading supplier in shedding solutions for airbag weaving, traditional airbags woven on frame weaving machines, and OPW (one-piece- woven) airbags produced on modern Jacquard weaving machines. Airbag fabrics demand important stroke forces during weaving. The solid construction of the latest generation S3000/S3200 electronic rotary dobbies provides the basis in frame weaving for supporting these forces while running reliably at high speeds day in and day out, offering important longevity.

Frame weaving pre-requisites such as perfectly prepared warps gain in importance when it comes to deliver the automotive industry with its zero-error specifications. The SAFIR automatic drawing-in machines allow the distribution of each warp end according to the repeat in the drop wires, healds, and reed in one cycle.

For the production of OPW airbags, Stäubli provides the LX Jacquard machine series. This world renowned machines feature perfectly balanced cinematics, a coaxial drive shaft, and an optimised internal airflow as well as optimum sized chassis. The latest models in the LX Series, the LXL and LXXL are specifically developed for large-sized designs and can be equipped in a format range of 6,144 to 25,600 hooks. By combining two LXXL machines, formats up to 51,200 can be achieved.

With its ALPHA 500 series carpet weaving systems, Stäubli provides a product range for any kind of rug or wall-to- wall carpet. Weavers can count on the ALPHA 500 LEANTEC model for weaving superior high-quality synthetic grass, with a weaving width of up to 5.3 metres. The Stäubli binding technology allows the optimum orientation of the piles for a wide public, ranging from major league sports facilities suppliers, to public services and garden centres. (GK)

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