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Stäubli

France
Hall 3, Booth D148/150


STÄUBLI's activities in the field of textile machinery include shedding systems for weaving machines, weaving preparation systems, and carpet weaving machines. At its ITMA booth STÄUBLI will present and demonstrate a cross-section on its product range affording visitors an insight into latest developments.

Most dominant a carpet weaving of the type ALPHA made by Group member Schönherr can't be missed due to its enormous volume. The machine comes in a brand new configuration that has the potential to weave not only high quality carpets but extend its range of application to technical textiles as well.

Among the various electronic Jacquard machines the most modern type SX will be shown. It can be equipped with either 1408 or 2688 hooks controlled. and a new UNIVAL jacquard machine for name selvedges.

A newly developed electronic type dobby will be presented for the first time in public.it will set new standards as far as quality and performance in frame weaving are concerned.Weaving preparation systems will demonstrate its advanced drawing-in system family SAFIR and the full range of warp tying installations completed by MAGMA, the warp tying machine for coarse yarns.

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