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Staubli's weaving solutions at IGATEX
The machines feature state-of-the-art technologies developed through more than 125 years of experience and passion for continued research to bring even more advantages to every weaving mill.
Staubli's state-of-the-art technology at Dhakatex
The S3060 electronic rotary dobby, a part of the latest S3000/S3200 series, is renowned for its reliability and adaptability.
Many investors and weavers demonstrated their interest in Stäubli automatic weaving preparation solutions and shedding solutions for frame and Jacquard weaving which they could discover at several places on the fairground. “The high interest in our products does perfectly reflect the ongoing prosper investment activity in the country”, says Fritz Legler, Sales & Marketing manager of the weaving preparation solutions at Stäubli.
"Interest in weaving with dobbies is constantly increasing"
Thanks to our reputation as a reliable supplier´with important field follow-up and services´our machinery is highly appreciated worldwide and we could maintain a high business level until now. Splitting up the textile business into regions, especially the weaving sector, we can state the following: Activities in China were within the usual cyclical business spells in 2014.
Staubli perfects jacquards
This year Staubli has produced Jacquard fabrics on four weaving machines at its ITMA Asia stand for the first time. As a noteworthy premier, Staubli demonstrated the production of lining fabric on the world´s most modern Jacquard machine, the type SX, in conjunction with a water-jet weaving machine operating at a rate of over 1,000 weft insertions per minute.
SAFIR S30 for mobile, automatic drawing in
StSublis SAFIR S30 automatic drawing-in machine is a mobile drawing-in machine that travels along the stationary warp beam as it draws the filament yarn into the healds and reed.
Hometex: Homing in on targets
They came, they saw, they conquered. Less than three decades back, some entrepreneurs from textile industry achieved a similar swift victory when they had a go at the potential of home textiles, particularly in exports. Welspun, Bombay Dyeing, Alok Industries, Fabindia, Portico... the list now has grown bigger.