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STOLL to show ADF 830-24 W machine at ITMA CITME
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Jun '18
Courtesy: SToll
Courtesy: SToll
Stoll, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of flat knitting machines headquartered in Germany, is set to present its new ADF 830-24 W knitting machine at the ITMA Asia + CITME 2018 expo. The international textile exhibition of cutting-edge textile solutions for the global textile industry will be held from October 15 to 19, 2018, in Shanghai, China.

Whether its large textiles, oversizes, unusual cuts, or long patterns, with the ADF 830-24 W and a working width of 84 inches, various textiles for fashion or technical textiles can be realised.

In addition, the ADF 830-24 W is equipped with the innovative Stoll-weave-in technology. This allows knitting of textiles with weave-like optics and properties. A product advantage that directly affects form, comfort, and flexibility: unlike traditional knitwear, weave-like textiles are more stretchable and more comfortable depending on the type of knit. In addition, they can already be preformed in the machine and provided with 3D elements.

Based on the successful ADF technology, the ADF 830-24 W also scores with the yarn carriers, which are independent of the carriage and allow a particularly high degree of flexibility. Each pair of them is mounted on a total of 12 tracks on the ADF 830-24 W and can be moved both horizontally and vertically, can be easily programmed and quickly equipped with yarn. The EKC operating system completes the modern equipment: It facilitates the operation, since it is intuitive and can be learned without much training effort. The ADF 830-24 W represents a user-friendly gain for textile production - from day one. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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