Stäubli-Automatic Drawing-in Machinery To Be On Display In ITM 2018
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Stäubli-Automatic Drawing-in Machinery To Be On Display In ITM 2018
Istanbul, Turkey | Wednesday, 28th Feb. 2018  | By Textile Excellence
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The ITM trade fair for textile industrialists is opening its doors in Istanbul mid-April. Stäubli is looking forward meeting with customers and all other interested parties at booth n°217 in Hall 2 where latest machinery solutions for the weaving and knitting industry can be seen.

 

Even if the Turkish textile manufacturing market is currently facing a challenging situation in terms of worldwide concurrence, the Turkish weaving industry remains an important manufacturer of high quality shirting fabrics, denim, as well as carpets.

 

As an industry partner, Stäubli constantly analyses customers’ most important needs and integrates solutions to them in the development of its new products. Working in this way, Stäubli offers an extensive machinery range that perfectly meets weavers’ expectations and offers mills increased advantages in terms of reliability, long service life and versatility in the following applications:

  • Automatic weaving preparation solutions (drawing in and warp tying)
  • Shedding solutions for frame weaving machines (cam motions, electronic dobbies)
  • High-speed Jacquard machines with customer-specific harnesses
  • Carpet and technical textiles weaving systems
  • Automation solutions for the knitting process

 

Amongst the products being exhibited at the ITM is the SAFIR S40 drawing in machine which is a compact solution for denim and shirting warps. Today, thousands of weaving mills around the world rely on Stäubli-automatic drawing-in machinery that supports an improved weaving preparation process. At the ITM, weavers can see live for the first time in Turkey the SAFIR S40 automatic drawing in machine dedicated to coarse and middle yarn types for denim, bed linen, and shirting fabrics, as well as fabrics for leisure wear. Built of a mobile drawing in machine serving one or more stationary drawing in stations the machine offers compact space requirements and versatile layout possibilities, thus it fits in any mill.

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