ITMACH 2017 Exhibition: StäubIi Displays Its Innovations At Booth B41/C1 In Hall 6
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ITMACH 2017 Exhibition: StäubIi Displays Its Innovations At Booth B41/C1 In Hall 6
Bayreuth, Germany | Thursday, 7th Dec. 2017  | By Textile Excellence
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StäubIi exhibited its innovations at booth B41/C1 in Hall 6 at the ITMACH 2017 exhibition held between December 7 and December 10, at The Exhibition Centre in Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad (Gujarat) in India.

 

This event was the largest textile machinery exhibition of 2017 in the country with participation from more than ten countries including India, China, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Turkey, Japan, Korea and Taiwan.

 

The Germany-headquartered StäubIi, which is a leading provider of shedding solutions for frame weaving, jacquard weaving, and solutions for an automated weaving preparation process, also exhibited its cam motions and dobbies for every need.

 

Visitors to the exhibition got to see StäubIi’s latest electronic rotary dobby S3260 in combination with the new Stäubli harness motion featuring the unique ‘no maintenance’ concept for all major parts of the harness motion.

 

Automated drawing-in for optimised workflow in any application and the preparation of warps is an important step before the weaving process itself.

 

Stäubli also displayed its SAFIR automatic drawing-in machines that draw into drop wires, healds, and reeds rapidly and most precisely. Cotton weavers in particular could appreciate how the SAFIR S40 produces standard fabrics using coarse-to-middle-weight yarns: denim, bed linen, shirt fabric, leisure wear fabric, and much more.

 

The Stäubli team was at the venue of the exhibition to provide visitors with complete information on the extensive Stäubli weaving machinery range and solutions which stand out by virtue of their impressive service life, simple maintenance, and easy integration in any textile mill.

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