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Stoll to show new knitting technologies at Techtextil
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Apr '17
Germany’s leading textile machinery firm and manufacturer of flat knitting machines, H. Stoll AG & Co, has announced that the company will be presenting the designs and applications of flat knitting technology at Techtextil, the leading international tradefair for technical textiles and nonwovens, from May 9 to 12, 2017, in Frankfurt, Germany.

The new cluster concept for Technical textiles (TT) sport, TT med, TT home, and TT mobility will be unveiled at the expo, along with the new CMS 330 HP W flat knitting machine for TT sport, which is suitable for the manufacture of shoe uppers, orthopaedic supports, and textile accessories with complex shapes. The compact model also boasts a high production speed, exceptional value for money, and options for inlay techniques, intarsia patterns, and plating effects.

The CMS 330 HP W, therefore, fits in seamlessly with Stoll’s innovative portfolio of flat knitting machines. No other manufacturing process for textiles combines complex structures, functionality, and aesthetics quite like Stoll’s flat knitting technology. Whether it’s for industrial applications or electrically conductive textiles, the demand for which is increasing, the flat knitting technology offers highly-efficient, tailored solutions. Techtextil will provide visitors with the opportunity to get to know Stoll’s full spectrum of applications. (GK)

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