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Staubli to present latest textile machines at Febratex
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Jun '18
Courtesy: Staubli
Courtesy: Staubli
Staubli, provider of high-quality automated systems and solutions for the weaving industry, will be showing its latest products at Febratex, Brazil’s largest trade fair for the textile industry. The company will be displaying in booth 100, sector 1, street 7, at the trade show which will be held from August 21 to 24, 2018, at German Village Park, Brazil.

Visitors to the booth will have the chance to find out how Stäubli’s solutions for workflow automation, automated weaving preparation, and shedding for frame and Jacquard weaving can enhance their mill operations.

The renowned TOPMATIC warp tying machine will be on display in operation, processing a 100 per cent cotton warp without lease. Featuring double-end detection, it ensures optimum tying quality and helps minimise downtime of the weaving machine. Handling a broad range of yarns and offering easy operation and quick set up, this machine can easily be integrated into the operations of any mill.

With its SAFIR automatic drawing-in installations, Stäubli brings further time savings into the weaving preparation process. They are ideal for weaving mills of any size that seek to optimise their workflow and increase their product quality.

The broad range of Stäubli cam motions and dobbies includes ideal machines for any type of weft insertion system for any application. The latest generation of the S3000 and S3200 series of rotary dobbies incorporates a new locking system, which is the heart of every dobby. This evolutionary feature provides enhanced security for the selection of the heald frames, allowing higher running speeds, superior reliability, and less noise and vibration.

When it comes to Jacquard weaving, mills can choose from Stäubli’s competitive product range of Jacquard machines. Whether terry cloth, narrow fabrics, upholstery fabrics, or technical textiles, Stäubli Jacquard machines master every challenge. The recently re-engineered LX series features a lifting mechanism that allows high-speed weaving of even extremely heavy fabrics.

One of the latest models in the high-speed LX series is the LXL, designed for even greater load capacity. This model can be equipped with 6,144 to 16,384 hooks. Formats up to 32,768 can be achieved by combining two machines.

Stäubli’s recently launched D4S device is an automation solution that significantly shortens the production process of socks. Socks must no longer be removed from the knitting machine for closing the toe on a separate machine. The D4S can be mounted directly on the circular sock knitting machine; it closes the sock immediately after knitting. The D4S significantly increases output and ensures optimum quality. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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