STAUBLI expertise for weavers creativity
Represented in the Indian textile market since 1947 and established with a company-owned liaison office in India since 1996, StÃ¤ubli has been an important supplier to numerous local weaving mills for decades.
ITMACH, Booth B-41/C-1 in Hall 6
Represented in the Indian textile market since 1947 and established with a company-owned liaison office in India since 1996, StÃ¤ubli has been an important supplier to numerous local weaving mills for decades. StÃ¤ubli machines incorporate state-of-the-art technology and stand out by virtue of their impressive service life, simple maintenance, and easy integration. Offering these and many more advantages to weaving mills and supporting them as a reliable partner, StÃ¤ubli helps mills to improve their workflows, achieve more economical production, increase their output, and expand their technical capabilities.
Shedding systems for frame weaving
At this yearâ€™s ITMACH visitors can experience the latest electronic rotary dobby S3260 featuring the unique StÃ¤ubli locking system that assures the reliable selection of heald frames even at the highest production speeds. This dobby will be shown in combination with the latest harness motion e32/33, featuring a new construction concept that completely eliminates the need for maintenance of the major parts of the harness motion. This setup churns out high-quality weaves and allows the mill to step up the pace.
As a leading supplier of shedding solutions for frame weaving, StÃ¤ubli provides not only rotary dobbies but a wide range of cam motions for a broad variety of weaves, from basic to heavy. The recently launched S1691 and S1692 models for basic weaves are equipped with a new mechanical levelling system, directly lubricated in an oil bath, and feature a lubrication network integrated into the housing. This impressive housing also features optimised sealing and high mechanical resistance.
These cam motions can also be run in combination with the high-quality e32/33 harness motion.
Jacquard expertise supports weaversâ€™ creativity
StÃ¤ubli offers a comprehensive range of versatile Jacquard solutions. These high-performance machines are suitable for weaving delicate damasks, tapestries, Gobelins, brocades, wall fabrics, terry and silk fabrics, narrow textiles, name-list weaving on selvedges, and technical textiles with Jacquard constructions. The latest SX and LX/LXL Jacquard machines are in use in numerous weaving mills around the world, appreciated for their versatility as well as their robust and compact design. With optimised air flow and many other high-performance engineering features, these machines ensure reliable and precise shedding â€“ the basis for high-quality fabrics economically woven at the highest production speeds.
As the perfect complement to its Jacquard machines, StÃ¤ubli offers the MX module. Made of composite material, this is the heart of the Jacquard machine, ensuring precise positioning. StÃ¤ubli harnesses, which can be tailored to each customerâ€™s needs, complete the setup for mills that seek excellence and creativity in Jacquard weaving.
Automated weaving preparation
The perfectly prepared warp is a prerequisite for any weaving process and a key to high-quality weaves. StÃ¤ubli offers automated weaving preparation solutions that support mills in this crucial production step with precision, reliability, and speed. The renowned SAFIR automatic drawing-in installations offer invaluable â€˜Active Warp Controlâ€™ features such as optical recognition of colours and yarn twists. ITMACH visitors will receive detailed information about these and other StÃ¤ubli workhorses designed to easily integrate into any weaving mill. Visitors to the booth are also invited to a hands-on demonstration of the TOPMATIC warp-tying installation â€“ to see in person how quickly and easily reliable knots can be automatically tied with a variety of yarn types.
StÃ¤ubli provides innovative technological solutions in three dedicated fields of activity: Connectors, Robotics, and Textile. With a workforce of over 4,500, the company generates an annual turnover exceeding 1 billion Swiss francs. Founded in 1892, StÃ¤ubli is today an international Group with its head office in PfÃ¤ffikon, Switzerland. StÃ¤ubli is active on all major continents and manages 12 production sites. The StÃ¤ubli Group is present in 29 countries through its sales and customer service subsidiaries. The Group’s global network is completed by agents in 50 additional countries.
StÃ¤ubli Textile has been developing and producing high-quality systems for the weaving industry for over a century. The company holds a strong market position in textile machinery, a position earned through the continual pursuit of customer satisfaction.