StÃ¤ubli’s DEIMO 2900SL at YiwuTex
StÃ¤ubli will exhibit the DEIMO 2900SL controller for circular knitting machines, which can be applied on the machines for the production of socks, pantyhose, and â€“ in the mid-to-high diameter range â€“ underwear or seamless garments at YiwuTex, etc.
StÃ¤ubli will exhibit the DEIMO 2900SL controller for circular knitting machines, which can be applied on the machines for the production of socks, pantyhose, and â€“ in the mid-to-high diameter range â€“ underwear or seamless garments at YiwuTex, which will be held from June 13-15, 2017 at Yiwu International Expo Centre, Zhejiang Province, PR China. Incorporating the very latest technology, the 2900SL reliably, efficiently, and precisely controls all functions of circular knitting machines, operating in demanding environments.
In addition for operation and control of the system, StÃ¤ubli will present the powerful DData and Dstyler software. DData has functionalities for recording production data, importing and exporting textile patterns, and even for accessing the system from a remote location. Articles to be produced on the machine can be conveniently programmed with the powerful and easy-to-use DStyler graphic software.
With its product areas â€˜DEIMO Knitting Solutionsâ€™ StÃ¤ubli is a leading manufacturer control systems for knitting mills. The technically-refined products for a wide range of applications are being used very successfully e.g. for customised solutions in the knitting industry.
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 one billion Swiss francs. Founded in 1892, StÃ¤ubli is an international group with its head office in PfÃ¤ffikon, Switzerland. StÃ¤ubli is active on all major continents and manages 12 production sites. StÃ¤ubli is present in 29 countries through its sales and customer service subsidiaries. The groupâ€™s global network is completed by agents in 50 additional countries.