Sat. Apr 20th, 2024

At the 14th Dhaka International Textile & Garment Machinery Exhibition (DTG 2017) from February 23rd to 26th, Stäubli exhibited in its agent’s booth (Spintex Technology Ltd.) products from its extensive product range.

The Topmatic 201 PC automatic warp tying machine has an integrated double-end-detection that works even with flat warps without lease. Its tying speed can attempt 600 knots per minute. In addition to its rapidity the weaver profits of its long service life and the important flexibility, it offers a yarn range from 0.8 to 500 tex, and is suitable for warps with or without lease

In the Stäubli booth, a Topmatic 301 was demonstrated on a TPF3 tying frame showing its benefits tying multifilaments.

Stäubli’s large product portfolio includes solutions for frame weaving with air-jet, water-jet, rapier and projectile looms. The range includes the new robust 1691 cam motion that is available with up to 8 lifting units, at a pitch of 12 mm. Weavers can easily produce high-quality fabrics as the machine assures gentle warp treatment. Its automatic and fully integrated levelling device prevents overstretching the warp and avoids start-up marks. The interchangeable cams enable weavers to profit further from more flexibility, as they can use the same cams for creating either a warp or a weft effect.

In regard to electronic rotary dobbies, Stäubli offers the new generation of reliable state-of-the-art dobbies S3000/S3200. These series feature the new concept of selection of heald frames by locking, and are compatible with weaving machines made by all major makers. Weavers can choose among several models the one perfectly adapted to their requirements. Demanding less space and maintenance, these machines operate at the highest production speeds with less noise and vibration. Worldwide appreciated and renown, there are over 20,000 S3000/S3200 dobbies in service around the world today.

Adaptable to all types of air-jet, rapier and water-jet looms, the SX jacquard machine produces excellent results in the form of terry cloth, decorative materials, tapestry, silk fabrics, apparel and seat covers. With its optimized housing and performant lifting mechanism, this machine operates reliably under the most demanding conditions in weaving mills.

By daisen