July 16, 2024

Stäubli Continues To Lead In Jacquard Technology For Indian Mills

The SITEX trade fair is scheduled to take place at the Surat International Exhibition and Convention Centre (SIECC) in Surat, India, from January 6 to 8, 2024. Following the success of last year’s edition, Stäubli is set to showcase its cutting-edge technology for efficient weaving. The company’s machinery range encompasses the entire spectrum of yarn types, including a diverse array of specialized solutions for processing synthetic fibers, which are crucial in the Surat region. Attendees are encouraged to visit Booth 256 to gain a comprehensive overview of Stäubli’s solutions and explore the latest advancements in high-performance weaving technology.

Stäubli stands as a leading global supplier of Jacquard technology, with Indian mills relying on the company’s solutions for weaving various Jacquard fabrics, ranging from home textiles to technical fabrics, narrow to large-format applications, and apparel fabrics, including saris. A Jacquard weaving mill without a Stäubli solution is hard to imagine. Stäubli Jacquard machines have become a central element in mills demanding high productivity and top quality, offering significant benefits such as top energy efficiency and unparalleled production speeds. Unveiled at India ITME in December 2022, the LX PRO Jacquard machine is now operational in weaving mills worldwide. It features the Stäubli TC8 controller, NOEMI electronics architecture for unmatched reliability in data transmission, and MX PRO modules, providing substantial energy savings.

High-speed frame-weaving solutions for any application
Whether using rapier, air-jet, or water-jet weaving machines, mills can choose from a wide range of Stäubli dobbies, including the S3000 / S3200 electronic rotary dobby series, or Stäubli cam motions like the S1600 / S1700 series. Visitors to the Stäubli booth will witness the renowned S1692 cam motion, capable of handling up to 8 lifting units. It can weave a diverse range of applications and has been installed in numerous mills globally. Observing such machines in action provides a clear idea of the operational speed and performance achievable. These dobbies and cam motions can be operated with the latest generation of e32/33 transmissions, offering benefits such as reduced maintenance time and costs, thanks to maintenance-free bearings and other engineering features. These machines and transmissions promise a long service life, allowing mills to plan for years of efficient production.

S1692 cam motion

Automated weaving preparation solutions from Stäubli – the pioneering leader
Stäubli began addressing the challenges of high quality in style and warp changes decades ago. The Group’s R&D specialists, field engineers, technicians, and sales personnel closely collaborate with weaving mills to continually enhance the company’s range of tying machines and SAFIR automatic drawing-in machines, building on the previous DELTA range. Presently offering three tying machines, the TOPMATIC, TIEPRO, and MAGMA, Stäubli covers the tying process for a wide range of yarn types, from the finest yarns to coarse yarns and even PP tapes. Stäubli tying machines have become indispensable equipment in modern weaving mills that prioritize top quality.

SAFIR S32 automatic drawing-in machine

The Stäubli booth at SITEX presents an excellent opportunity to explore the world of Stäubli original automation solutions that support a smooth downstream weaving process. Visitors should not miss the SAFIR S32 automatic drawing-in machine for filament warps, equipped with unique Stäubli AWC 2.0 technology, including double-end detection as a standard feature. The optional AWC 2.0 layer & offset management function enables the processing of complex repeats and double layers. Packed with ingenious new features, this automation solution is an ideal way to enhance the efficiency of style changes and streamline the mill’s downstream weaving process.

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