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Staubli to show latest textile machinery at ITMA Asia
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Jul '18
Courtesy: Staubli
Courtesy: Staubli
Staubli Textile, a developer of high-quality systems for the weaving industry, will be showing its textile machinery and solutions at this year’s ITMA Asia, in booth E01, hall 3, and booth D14, hall 4. ITMA Asia, a leading textile machinery show, will be held from October 15 to 19, 2018, at the National Exhibition and Convention Centre, in Shanghai, China.

Visitors to ITMA Asia will see the SAFIR S30 set up especially for handling filament yarns. Featuring a new 16 frame/rod capacity, this setup is ideal for high-density warps with fine filament yarns. The SAFIR product range features state-of-the-art AWC (active warp control) technologies such as double-end detection, colour repeat, and S/Z-yarn management.

Stäubli will also unveil the new BEAMPRO yarn repeat reading-in machine, an automation aid at the sizing machine for sizing coloured warp sheets. Visitors can learn more about this weaving preparation solution at the show.

As another novelty, Stäubli will be presenting its latest high-position rotary dobbies for water-jet applications, the S2658 and S2678 series. The S2678 will be on display in combination with the new de82/83 harness motions for high mounting, featuring an ingenious design incorporating valuable features such as maintenance-free bearings. In addition to the electronic rotary dobbies, Stäubli’s S1300 and S1600/S1700 series of cam motions will also be exhibited. These machines are available for high-speed weaving using every type of weft insertion system.

Visitors will see two complete Jacquard installations featuring different kinds of weft insertion. These installations are equipped with the LX and LXL Jacquard machines, designed for the production of terry and large-format clothing fabrics. Dedicated to large formats, the LXL setup is equipped with 19,584 harness cords (format of the machine exhibited is 10,240 hooks). The display will show the heavy payload capacities of this machine when weaving dense clothing fabrics. The LX setup (format of the machine exhibited is 4,096 hooks) will be shown producing terry fabric, operating 6,652 harness cords with two repeats. At the two-level booth, visitors will be able to observe the precise operation of these machines from the ground floor and from above. A DX Jacquard machine will be shown in an area also demonstrating the broad range of Stäubli harnesses.

Two different examples of Jacquard weaving solutions will be shown: the CX 172 and the UNIVALETTE electronic Jacquard machine. The latter features individual warp-thread control, opening vast possibilities for a wide variety of applications. Exclusive samples woven on ALPHA carpet weaving systems will be shown, exhibiting binding technologies and patterns ranging from extra-high-density carpets with traditional patterns to ultra- modern designer carpets.

Stäubli will be showing the recently launched D4S device on two circular knitting machines. This automation solution allows closing the toe of the sock directly on the knitting machine. It significantly shortens the sock production process. Stäubli offers original spare parts even many years after purchase of the machine. A sampling will be on display at the booth. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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