StÃ¤ubli, is an innovative mechatronics solutions provider with three dedicated divisions: Textile, Connectors and Robotics and leading manufacturer of high-speed textile machinery, will be demonstrating its most modern products from its extensive range of textile machinery at the upcoming ITMA 2015 to take place in Milan from 12-19 November.
Range of textile machinery includes cam motions, electronic dobbies and Jacquard machines with harnesses, as well as weaving preparation systems with automatic warp drawing-in and warp-tying machines.
At the same booth a new carpet weaving machine developed by StÃ¤ubliâ€™s business unit SchÃ¶nherr carpet systems will demonstrate its capabilities. Exclusive carpet samples will be presented. Apart of this, StÃ¤ubli and its business unit DEIMO knitting solutions and drive systems will exhibit state-of-the-art electronic drives and control solutions mainly for knitting machines.
Three complete Jacquard installations on weaving machines will be demonstrated. As an impressive premier, visitors can see the production of African damask at high speed on a type SX Jacquard machine equipped with a specific harness with 12,696 cords in conjunction with an air-jet weaving machine operating at a rate of approximately 950 weft insertions per minute. The weaving machine and the Jacquard machine are both operated by individual electronically synchronized drives, which is a special feature of this set-up.
The second noteworthy installation features the new LXL Jacquard machine with 11,682 hooks and StÃ¤ubli harness. This machine is particularly suitable for large-format applications and will be weaving a one piece woven airbag on a 280cm wide reed. The third installation consists of a rapier weaving machine and a LX Jacquard machine with a StÃ¤ubli harness producing extraordinary ladies wear with remarkable designs.
At another demonstration stand the new LX12 Jacquard machine for weaving narrow fabrics such as ribbons and labels will be shown with 192 hooks and harness with eight repeats. Visitors can also see the highly regarded UNIVALETTE Jacquard machine in operation, developed particularly for weaving name selvedge.
The third generation of StÃ¤ubliâ€™s rotary dobbies, the S3060/3260 series, can be seen with many application examples at the StÃ¤ubli stand and the booths of many other weaving machine manufacturers. This new generation of rotary dobbies reaches new heights of performance and reliability, according to the manufacturer.
To complete the presentation of StÃ¤ubli shedding systems, a cam motion of the refined positive type 1600 series is also being demonstrated at the booth.
This StÃ¤ubli business unit has furnished hundreds of dependable workhorses to weaving mills worldwide and is now launching two additional products at ITMA. The SAFIR S60 is being demonstrated drawing in a four-colour 175cm-wide warp with Nm 135/2 and Nm 170/2 cotton yarns without a lease.
The warp-tying process will be demonstrated with two warp-tying machines: MAGMA for technical and coarser yarn counts and the proven TOPMATIC for standard applications, handling even the finest yarns.
Visitors interested in technical textiles will have the perfect opportunity to talk to the companyâ€™s experts and discover an interesting display explaining the TF weaving system, launched in spring 2015. The TF system, developed and produced by StÃ¤ubli, is designed to fulfil specific needs of future-oriented weavers of new fabric types such as heavy multilayers, multilayers with new types of structure and material mix, reinforcing fabrics for lightweight applications and spacer fabrics.
StÃ¤ubli has a presence in 25 countries and agents in 50 countries around the world. With a global workforce of over 4000, the company generates annual turnover surpassing 1 billion Swiss francs. Originally founded in 1892 as a small workshop in Horgen/Zurich, today StÃ¤ubli is an international group headquartered in PfÃ¤ffikon, Switzerland, delivering innovative solutions to all industrial sectors around the world.
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