Reutlingen - New flat knitting technology, software solutions and enhanced customer service will all play key roles on the Stoll booth at this year's exhibition.
According to the Reutlingen-based firm, visitors to Hall 4, booth C06 can look forward to a number of new developments including the latest highlight of the steadily growing Stoll Software Solutions division. Occupying a prominent space on the booth will be knitelligence, the modular system that combines all of Stoll's software solutions under one platform covering the entire value chain of flat knit production.
From design to production, knitelligence can be easily integrated into existing customer processes. At the show, visitors will be able to see demonstrations of how the system can bring significant benefits to Stoll customers. "A key focus will be the topic, 'networking and digitization of processes' which is intended to 'cast a spell' over the visitors of the Stoll exhibition stand," the company said. "In order to best illustrate the new software solutions, there will be live demonstrations for the visitors. On display will be the easy-to-learn GKS (Grading for Knitting System) tool, Stoll-autocreate - enabling full automation of the pattern generation processes – and the new Adobe Photoshop plug-in Stoll-artwork."
On the machine front, Stoll will also present, for the first time, the new ADF 830-24 W knit & wear gauge E7.2. This machine is described as "the answer to the most complex technical requirements for large knits, oversized knits, and unusual cuts in the knit & wear range". At the exhibition, the machine will be producing a knit & wear sweater with plating technology. Other machines on show will include the CMS 830 HP knit & wear, the CMS 330 HP W TT sport, the CMS 502HP + Bc and the ADF 530-24.
Stoll will also present new innovations from the Fashion & Technology and the Technical Textiles sectors.