Established in 1964, the Italian Camozzi Group is a global leader in the production of components and systems for high-tech industrial automation in the manufacturing, life science, robotics, and mechatronics sectors. It operates across a variety of additional sectors from textiles machinery to raw materials processing, including composites, titanium, and aluminum.
FTM320 is a roving frame with a headstock in the middle position and independent double-side modules that work simultaneously. The single revolver exchanger for both sides, coupled with an innovative-patented scheme of trains in Creel, allows for an optimized transport layout and easier maintenance. The roving frame is specially designed to erect a single OHTC for both sides allowing a reduction of cleaning and maintenance costs.
With the FTM320 roving frames, Marzoli not only offers a product of excellent quality, efficiency, and outstanding productivity but also aims at innovating the concept of spinning section (roving frame, bobbin transport system, and spinning frame).
The FTM320 roving frames are based on an innovative engineering concept of full mechanical and logical integration of every machine of the spinning unit. From the mechanical point of view, the empty trains of the Marzoli block creeling transport system (MTT) move to the revolver exchanger (MRE) placed in the middle of the FTM320 roving frame and, after having been loaded with full roving bobbins, they are sent to the creel of any spinning frame installed inside the plant.
No human operation, besides roving piecing at the spinning frame, is required. This guarantees full automation, no poor handling of the roving bobbins, and top flexibility as the trains can enter any roving frame and can be sent to any spinning frame.
The electronic draft installed on the FTM320 roving frames allows an easy setup of the machine without any mechanical modification: this further boosts the flexibility of the FTM320 roving frames that hence represent the perfect solution for spinning mills.
Machine downtime reduced to one of the two modules entails an increase in work efficiency. So, a roving frame with 256/288 or 320 spindles has the same working efficiency as roving frames with 128/144 or 160 spindles.
The FTM320 roving frames are managed by a modern PC microprocessor: all the production data and working parameters are controlled and saved during the production cycle. The Multilanguage touchscreen is user-friendly and permits simple use with clear diagrams, detailed monitoring pages, and step-by-step troubleshooting procedures.