Stäubli: High-performance solutions for air-j...
Stäubli

High-performance solutions for air-jet and rapier weaving

(Source: Stäubli)
(Source: Stäubli)

Stäubli, a key supplier to the Brazilian weaving industry, supporting mills with adapted machinery and local sales and services, will be exhibiting at the Febratex 2022 which takes place in Blumenau/Brazil from August 23-26, 2022.
The significance of Brazil as a cotton producer and exporter to Asian countries has been growing in recent years. Bangladesh, Vietnam, and China are leading buyers of this raw material.
Visitors to Febratex will have the opportunity to learn about Stäubli's brand new SX PRO jacquard machine. This energy-efficient machine was recently launched at the ITM 2022 in Istanbul/Turkey.
Market demands for air-jet and rapier weaving have been vigorous, and Stäubli AG, Pfäffikon/Switzerland, provides a number of high-performance solutions. The S1792 cam motion and the S3000/S3260 electronic rotary dobbies come with e32/e33 transmissions that are engineered for high speeds, heavy loads, and long service life. Their maintenance-free bearings reduce oil and grease usage, decrease the time and cost of maintenance, and increase the reliability of the harness motion.  
The company’s wide range of weaving preparation solutions includes machines and systems for high-quality warp and style changes. The Tiepro tying machine provides easy handling and guides the operator through the delicate process of warp tying. Short knot ends make for easy drawing through during weaving start-up. Furthermore, the machine requires no oil bath nor spare needles.  
Stäubli also acts as a consultancy partner. The company analyses the mill’s needs with the customer to choose the best machines and solutions to cost-effectively meet the stated goals.

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