Reutlingen - Flat knitting machine builder Stoll is presenting a range of its latest technological developments to the key Bangladesh market at this week's Dhaka International Textile & Garment Machinery Exhibition (DTG).
Taking place for the first time at the new ICCB exhibition center in Bashundara, the new location offers better infrastructure and easier access to the halls, with organizers hoping for an increased number of visitors and more positive feedback as a result.
"As in the past years Stoll exhibits and presents the latest innovation from the knitting world," the company said. "With German technology Stoll is prepared and welcomes its customers and interested visitors and is looking forward to an interesting and successful exhibition. "
Visitors to the Stoll stand will receive the latest information on Stoll's renowned ADF technology. Launched in 2013, applications for the machine have been evolving ever since and now include application areas for fashion as well as technical textiles.
What makes the ADF so versatile is its advanced yarn carrier technology, which is based on the motorized yarn carriers. These carriers move independently from the carriage and can position themselves vertically or horizontally. Positioning is controlled by the pattern program with these configurations opening up almost unlimited possibilities for the user regarding patterns and colour combinations.
Each ADF model has been designed to bring together all the different knitting techniques from previous Stoll machine types including multi-gauges, flexible gauges, intarsia, and Stoll Devore along with new knitting techniques.
Stoll can be found at booth 307, Hall 7.