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Stli Adds Frame Extends Widths

Stli AG, Germany, has added to its line the TPF3 tying frame, for use with the TOPMATIC warp-tying system. The frame features a slender form that allows a close approach to the warp beam, as well as convenient clamping and good clamping quality, according to the company. Both sides of the frame feature central height adjustment. A light, foldable footboard is available for large warp-beam flange diameters. The TPF3 has aluminum profiles, ensuring stability and a lighter weight than previous models, according to Stli. The frame is available for warp widths of 1 to 4 meters.Stli has extended its automatic drawing-in machine line with the addition of the Delta 110 4 for continuous or double-warp beams up to 4 meters in width. Like previous Delta models, the 110 4 has a drawing-in speed of 100 picks per minute (picks/min). The Speedpack option, which increases the drawing-in speed to 140 picks/min, also is available for the new model.

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