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Swiss firm Staubli to exhibit at Techtextil North America in August

27
Jul '21
Pic: Staubli
Pic: Staubli
Switzerland-based global mechatronics solution provider Staubli will exhibit its machinery range dedicated to technical textiles at the German Pavilion booth 1315 at Techtextil North America, an international exhibition to be held from August 23-25 in the US. Staubli offers innovative machinery systems and solutions for high quality textile production.

Techtextil North America is the ideal opportunity to learn more about Staubli solutions, including weaving preparation solutions, such as the MAGMA tying or SAFIR automatic drawing-in machines, the renowned S3000/S3200 rotary dobbies, or the LXXL and UNIVAL 100 Jacquard machines and the TF weaving system.

As technical fabrics are subject to the highest quality standard requirements, weaving requires more than ordinary production means. To fulfill high-end standards, each step in the weaving process is crucial and must be operated with utmost precision. In addition, to stay competitive, at optimised weaving speeds, the company said in a media release.

Continued R&D resulting in ingenious technologies, premium construction materials and services before, during and after the machinery installation, make the sustainable reputation of long-lasting quality Staubli machinery, as well as its capability of running durably at highest production speeds.

With its local US team, the Staubli textile division provides the weaving mills speedy support and a wide range of services, with one key objective: to keep customers agile and competitive in the challenging textile industry. Weavers concerned about any weaving project or the productivity of their mill can schedule a talk with the Staubli team at Techtextil North America in Raleigh, the release said.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (KD)

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