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  • XENO-YD

    Precision assembly winder

    • Cones

      for a conical package shape

    • Tubes

      or cops are the most flexible base for a wide range of package shapes (e.g.: cylindrical - no taper / biconical - double taper / single taper / bottle shape), depending on the winding unit (type of winding)

    • FilamentYarnFilament Yarn

      Synthetic yarn composed of one or more filaments that run the whole length of the yarn. Yarns of one filament are referred to as mono-filament; yarns of several filaments as multi-filament.

    • SpunYarnSpun yarn

      Textile yarn spun and twisted from staple length fiber, either natural or synthetic.

    • COCotton

      Natural fibre from the cotton plant which is spun into fine yarn.

    • WOWool

      Animal fibre; most commonly used to mean the yarn spun from the sheep.

    • PANPolyacryl

      Synthetic fiber made from a polymer (Polyacrylonitrile, also known as Creslan61). PAN belongs to the family of acrylic resins. It is a hard, rigid thermoplastic material that is resistant to most solvents & chemicals, slow to burn and of low permeability to gases.

    • PET / PESPolyester

      Synthetic fiber made from a thermoplastic polymer that contain the ester functional group in their main chain. Most commonly refers to a type called polyethylene terephthalate (PET) or polyethylene succinate (PES) with a melting point from 103 – 106°C

    • PPPolypropylene (PP)

      Polypropylene is a thermoplastic polymer used in a wide variety of applications including packaging and labeling, textiles (e.g., ropes, thermal underwear and carpets), stationery, plastic parts and reusable containers of various types, laboratory equipment, loudspeakers, automotive components, and polymer banknotes. An addition polymer made from the monomer propylene, it is rugged and unusually resistant to many chemical solvents, bases and acids.

    • PAPolyamid

      Also known as Nylon. PA consists of chemical fibres and are obtained from synthetic polymers. Polyamid is very resistant and tear proof as well as elastic, stretchable and takes just a little moisture up. In addition it is extensively crease-resistant and drip-dry.

    • PBTPolybutylene Terephthalate

      PBT is similar to other thermoplasic polyesters. Compared to PET, PBT has a slightly lower strenth and rigidity, but a better impact resistance. The yarn has a natural stretch and can be incorporated into sports wear (most common found in swimwear).

    • SESilk

      Natural protein fiber composed mainly of fibroin. Silk is produced by several insects, but generally only the silk of moth caterpillars has been used for textile manufacturing.

    • GFGlass fibre

      Also called spun glass, is a material consisting of extremely fine filaments of glass that are combined in yarn and woven into fabrics. Used in making various products, such as yarns, fabrics, insulators, and structural objects or parts.

    • ARAramid

      Aramid is the short term for aromatic polyamide. They are fibres, in which the chain molecules are highly oriented along the fibre axis, so the strength of the chemical bond can be exploited. The fibre is heat-resistant and of great strength. Aramid is used in materials for bulletproof vests and radial tires.

    • CVViscose

      Viscose, formerly known as viscose rayon, is made by treating cellulose with caustic alkali solution and carbon disulphide. It is a soft fibre commonly used in dresses, linings, shirts, shorts, coats, jackets, and other outerwear.

    • STSewing Thread

      Sewing threads yarns are especially made to pass rapidly through a sewing machine. It is a fine cord of a fibrous material, made of two or more filaments twisted together. The yarn has to form efficient stitches without breaking or becoming distorted.

    • TYTechnical Yarns

      The yarns are used for technical textile products, manufactured for non-aesthetic purposes, where function (rigidity, strength, dimension stability, design flexibility and economic viability) is the primary criterion.

    SSM XENO - the new modular winding machine platform, available with all three leading SSM winding technologies.

    The SSM XENO-YD is a precision assembly winder for all kind of staple and filament yarns. Equipped with the latest technology and the possibility for adding an elastane component to the assembly process.

    The key features are:

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    Technical data XENO-YD

    Types of winding

    DIGICONE® 2 or precision

    Mechanical speed

    up to 2000-2500 m/min (process speed depending on process parameters)

    Package shape

    freely programmable

    Traverse length

    25...270 mm electronically adjustable

    Take-up package diameter

    up to 300 mm

    Package weight

    up to 10 kg

    Supply package diameter

    2-plies up to 280 mm / 3-plies up to 240 mm (with balloon separators)

    Yarns

    staple yarns, monofilament, textured filaments, medium count technical yarns (on request: flat or twisted filament yarns)

    Count

    Ne 1.5...240 / 10...4000 dtex

    Take-up tubes

    cylindrical or cones up to 5° 57’
    max. length 290 mm, min. base diameter 38 mm (smaller diameters upon request)
    max. diameter with automatic doffer: inner 90 mm, outer 96 mm

    Layout

    single or double sided

    N° of spindles per section

    5 (single sided) or 10 (double sided)

    N° of spindles min. / max.

    5 / 80 (single sided) and 10 / 80 (2 x 40 double sided, back to back)

    Gauge

    440 mm

    Drive

    individual

    Installed power

    ~250 W per spindle

    Power consumption

    ~100...180 W per spindle (depending on winding parameters / options)

    Blower (installed power)

    up to 2200 W (depending on blower type and manufacturer)

    Compressed air

    6 bar (only required for machines with automatic doffer / pneumatic bracket opener)

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  • XENO-FD

    Precision assembly winder

    • Cones

      for a conical package shape

    • Tubes

      or cops are the most flexible base for a wide range of package shapes (e.g.: cylindrical - no taper / biconical - double taper / single taper / bottle shape), depending on the winding unit (type of winding)

    • FilamentYarnFilament Yarn

      Synthetic yarn composed of one or more filaments that run the whole length of the yarn. Yarns of one filament are referred to as mono-filament; yarns of several filaments as multi-filament.

    • SpunYarnSpun yarn

      Textile yarn spun and twisted from staple length fiber, either natural or synthetic.

    • COCotton

      Natural fibre from the cotton plant which is spun into fine yarn.

    • WOWool

      Animal fibre; most commonly used to mean the yarn spun from the sheep.

    • PANPolyacryl

      Synthetic fiber made from a polymer (Polyacrylonitrile, also known as Creslan61). PAN belongs to the family of acrylic resins. It is a hard, rigid thermoplastic material that is resistant to most solvents & chemicals, slow to burn and of low permeability to gases.

    • PET / PESPolyester

      Synthetic fiber made from a thermoplastic polymer that contain the ester functional group in their main chain. Most commonly refers to a type called polyethylene terephthalate (PET) or polyethylene succinate (PES) with a melting point from 103 – 106°C

    SSM XENO - the new modular winding machine platform, available with all three leading SSM winding technologies.

    The SSM XENO-FD is a precision assembly winder for all kind of staple and textured filament yarns. Equipped with the latest technology and the possibility for adding an elastane component to the assembly process.

    The key features are:

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    Technical data XENO-FD

    Types of winding

    DIGICONE® 2 or precision

    Mechanical speed

    up to 1500 m/min (process speed depending on process parameters)

    Package shape

    freely programmable

    Traverse length

    25...210 mm electronically adjustable

    Take-up package diameter

    up to 300 mm

    Package weight

    up to 8 kg

    Supply package diameter

    2-plies up to 280 mm / 3-plies up to 240 mm (with balloon separators)

    Yarns

    staple yarns, textured filament yarns

    Count

    Ne 3...80 / 80...2000 dtex

    Take-up tubes

    cylindrical or cones up to 4° 20’
    max. length 230 mm, min. base diameter 38 mm (smaller diameters upon request)
    max. diameter with automatic doffer: inner 90 mm, outer 96 mm

    Layout

    single or double sided

    N° of spindles per section

    5 (single sided) or 10 (double sided)

    N° of spindles min. / max.

    5 / 80 (single sided) and 10 / 80 (2 x 40 double sided, back to back)

    Gauge

    440 mm

    Drive

    individual

    Installed power

    ~250 W per spindle

    Power consumption

    ~100...180 W per spindle (depending on winding parameters / options)

    Blower (installed power)

    up to 2200 W (depending on blower type and manufacturer)

    Compressed air

    6 bar (only required for machines with automatic doffer / pneumatic bracket opener)

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  • XENO-BD

    Precision assembly winder

    • Cones

      for a conical package shape

    • Tubes

      or cops are the most flexible base for a wide range of package shapes (e.g.: cylindrical - no taper / biconical - double taper / single taper / bottle shape), depending on the winding unit (type of winding)

    • SpunYarnSpun yarn

      Textile yarn spun and twisted from staple length fiber, either natural or synthetic.

    • COCotton

      Natural fibre from the cotton plant which is spun into fine yarn.

    • WOWool

      Animal fibre; most commonly used to mean the yarn spun from the sheep.

    • PET / PESPolyester

      Synthetic fiber made from a thermoplastic polymer that contain the ester functional group in their main chain. Most commonly refers to a type called polyethylene terephthalate (PET) or polyethylene succinate (PES) with a melting point from 103 – 106°C

    • SESilk

      Natural protein fiber composed mainly of fibroin. Silk is produced by several insects, but generally only the silk of moth caterpillars has been used for textile manufacturing.

    • ARAramid

      Aramid is the short term for aromatic polyamide. They are fibres, in which the chain molecules are highly oriented along the fibre axis, so the strength of the chemical bond can be exploited. The fibre is heat-resistant and of great strength. Aramid is used in materials for bulletproof vests and radial tires.

    • CVViscose

      Viscose, formerly known as viscose rayon, is made by treating cellulose with caustic alkali solution and carbon disulphide. It is a soft fibre commonly used in dresses, linings, shirts, shorts, coats, jackets, and other outerwear.

    • STSewing Thread

      Sewing threads yarns are especially made to pass rapidly through a sewing machine. It is a fine cord of a fibrous material, made of two or more filaments twisted together. The yarn has to form efficient stitches without breaking or becoming distorted.

    SSM XENO - the new modular winding machine platform, available with all three leading SSM winding technologies.

    The SSM XENO-BD is a precision assembly winder for all kind of staple yarns. The machine is equipped with the latest edition of counter-rotating blades for gentlest yarn treatment.

    The key features are:

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    Technical data XENO-BD

    Types of winding

    DIGICONE® 2 or precision

    Mechanical speed

    up to 1600 m/min (process speed depending on process parameters)

    Package shape

    cylindrical or conical

    Traverse length

    155 mm, mechanically adjustable ± 5 mm

    Take-up package diameter

    up to 300 mm

    Package weight

    up to 8 kg

    Supply package diameter

    2-plies up to 280 mm / 3-plies up to 240 mm (with balloon separators)

    Yarns

    staple yarns

    Count

    Ne 1.2...120 / Nm 2...200 (final count)

    Take-up tubes

    cylindrical or cones up to 4° 20’
    max. length 170 mm, min. base diameter 38 mm (smaller diameters upon request)
    max. diameter with automatic doffer: inner 90 mm, outer 96 mm

    Layout

    single or double sided

    N° of spindles per section

    5 (single sided) or 10 (double sided)

    N° of spindles min. / max.

    5 / 80 (single sided) and 10 / 80 (2 x 40 double sided, back to back)

    Gauge

    440 mm

    Drive

    individual

    Installed power

    ~250 W per spindle

    Power consumption

    ~100...180 W per spindle (depending on winding parameters / options)

    Blower (installed power)

    up to 2200 W (depending on blower type and manufacturer)

    Compressed air

    6 bar

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  • DURO-TD

    Precision assembly winder for technical yarns

    • Cones

      for a conical package shape

    • Tubes

      or cops are the most flexible base for a wide range of package shapes (e.g.: cylindrical - no taper / biconical - double taper / single taper / bottle shape), depending on the winding unit (type of winding)

    • SpunYarnSpun yarn

      Textile yarn spun and twisted from staple length fiber, either natural or synthetic.

    • FilamentYarnFilament Yarn

      Synthetic yarn composed of one or more filaments that run the whole length of the yarn. Yarns of one filament are referred to as mono-filament; yarns of several filaments as multi-filament.

    • COCotton

      Natural fibre from the cotton plant which is spun into fine yarn.

    • PET / PESPolyester

      Synthetic fiber made from a thermoplastic polymer that contain the ester functional group in their main chain. Most commonly refers to a type called polyethylene terephthalate (PET) or polyethylene succinate (PES) with a melting point from 103 – 106°C

    • PPPolypropylene (PP)

      Polypropylene is a thermoplastic polymer used in a wide variety of applications including packaging and labeling, textiles (e.g., ropes, thermal underwear and carpets), stationery, plastic parts and reusable containers of various types, laboratory equipment, loudspeakers, automotive components, and polymer banknotes. An addition polymer made from the monomer propylene, it is rugged and unusually resistant to many chemical solvents, bases and acids.

    • PAPolyamid

      Also known as Nylon. PA consists of chemical fibres and are obtained from synthetic polymers. Polyamid is very resistant and tear proof as well as elastic, stretchable and takes just a little moisture up. In addition it is extensively crease-resistant and drip-dry.

    • PBTPolybutylene Terephthalate

      PBT is similar to other thermoplasic polyesters. Compared to PET, PBT has a slightly lower strenth and rigidity, but a better impact resistance. The yarn has a natural stretch and can be incorporated into sports wear (most common found in swimwear).

    • GFGlass fibre

      Also called spun glass, is a material consisting of extremely fine filaments of glass that are combined in yarn and woven into fabrics. Used in making various products, such as yarns, fabrics, insulators, and structural objects or parts.

    • ARAramid

      Aramid is the short term for aromatic polyamide. They are fibres, in which the chain molecules are highly oriented along the fibre axis, so the strength of the chemical bond can be exploited. The fibre is heat-resistant and of great strength. Aramid is used in materials for bulletproof vests and radial tires.

    • TYTechnical Yarns

      The yarns are used for technical textile products, manufactured for non-aesthetic purposes, where function (rigidity, strength, dimension stability, design flexibility and economic viability) is the primary criterion.

    The SSM DURO-TD precision assembly winder for coarse technical yarns up to 50000 dtex offers a new level of flexibility and package quality in one machine; thereby ensuring optimal unwinding and running performance in all twisting processes. 

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    Technical data DURO-TD

    Types of winding

    DIGICONE®, open or closed precision

    Mechanical speed

    up to 1500 m/min (winding speed depending on winding parameters, yarn quality and supply packages)

    Package shape

    freely programmable

    Traverse length

    25…320 mm

    Take-up package diameter

    up to 320 mm

    Package weight

    up to 24 kg

    Supply package diameter / height

    up to 380 mm / 600 mm

    Yarns

    all staple and filament yarns

    Count

    up to 50000 dtex (up to Ne 0.12 / up to Nm 0.2) (coarser on request)

    Take-up tubes

    cylindrical or cones up to 3° 30’

    max. length

    355 mm, min. base diameter 38 mm

    Layout

    single sided

    N° of spindles per section

    2

    min. / max. N° of spindles

    2 / 40

    Gauge

    550 mm

    Drive

    individual

    Power consumption

    200–700 W (depending on winding parameters and utilized options)

    Compressed air

    6 bar

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  • PSX-D

    Precision assembly winder

    • Cones

      for a conical package shape

    • Tubes

      or cops are the most flexible base for a wide range of package shapes (e.g.: cylindrical - no taper / biconical - double taper / single taper / bottle shape), depending on the winding unit (type of winding)

    • SpunYarnSpun yarn

      Textile yarn spun and twisted from staple length fiber, either natural or synthetic.

    • COCotton

      Natural fibre from the cotton plant which is spun into fine yarn.

    • WOWool

      Animal fibre; most commonly used to mean the yarn spun from the sheep.

    • PET / PESPolyester

      Synthetic fiber made from a thermoplastic polymer that contain the ester functional group in their main chain. Most commonly refers to a type called polyethylene terephthalate (PET) or polyethylene succinate (PES) with a melting point from 103 – 106°C

    • SESilk

      Natural protein fiber composed mainly of fibroin. Silk is produced by several insects, but generally only the silk of moth caterpillars has been used for textile manufacturing.

    • ARAramid

      Aramid is the short term for aromatic polyamide. They are fibres, in which the chain molecules are highly oriented along the fibre axis, so the strength of the chemical bond can be exploited. The fibre is heat-resistant and of great strength. Aramid is used in materials for bulletproof vests and radial tires.

    • CVViscose

      Viscose, formerly known as viscose rayon, is made by treating cellulose with caustic alkali solution and carbon disulphide. It is a soft fibre commonly used in dresses, linings, shirts, shorts, coats, jackets, and other outerwear.

    • STSewing Thread

      Sewing threads yarns are especially made to pass rapidly through a sewing machine. It is a fine cord of a fibrous material, made of two or more filaments twisted together. The yarn has to form efficient stitches without breaking or becoming distorted.

    The SSM PSX-D assembly winder, with counter-rotating blades for a gentle thread laying, stands in the beginning of a well-made twisted yarn. As in spinning, the quality of the end-product is determined by the previous process steps, so in twisting, assembling is the crucial quality factor.

    Reproducible thread lengths and thread tensions are quality criteria met by SSM’s PSX-D assembly winders.

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    Technical data PSX-D

    Types of winding

    DIGICONE® or precision

    Mechanical speed

    up to 1200 m/min (process speed depending on process parameters)

    Package shape

    cylindrical or cones

    Traverse length

    155 mm, mechanically adjustable ±5 mm

    Take-up package diameter

    up to 250 mm

    Package weight

    up to 5 kg

    Supply package diameter

    up to 250 mm

    Yarns

    staple yarns

    Count

    Ne 1.2…120

    Take-up tubes

    cylindrical or cones up to 4° 20’

    max. length 170 mm, min. base diameter 46 mm (smaller diameters upon request)

    Layout

    single or double sided

    N° of spindles per section

    5 (single sided) and 10 (double sided)

    N° of spindles min. / max.

    5 / 80 (single sided) and 10 / 100 (double sided 2 x 50, back to back)

    Gauge

    415 mm

    Drive

    individual

    Installed power

    ~250 W per spindle

    Power consumption

    ~140 W per spindle

    Blower (installed power)

    up to 2200 W (depending on blower type and manufacturer)

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  • TWX-D

    Precision assembly winder

    • Cones

      for a conical package shape

    • Tubes

      or cops are the most flexible base for a wide range of package shapes (e.g.: cylindrical - no taper / biconical - double taper / single taper / bottle shape), depending on the winding unit (type of winding)

    • SpunYarnSpun yarn

      Textile yarn spun and twisted from staple length fiber, either natural or synthetic.

    • FilamentYarnFilament Yarn

      Synthetic yarn composed of one or more filaments that run the whole length of the yarn. Yarns of one filament are referred to as mono-filament; yarns of several filaments as multi-filament.

    • COCotton

      Natural fibre from the cotton plant which is spun into fine yarn.

    • WOWool

      Animal fibre; most commonly used to mean the yarn spun from the sheep.

    • PANPolyacryl

      Synthetic fiber made from a polymer (Polyacrylonitrile, also known as Creslan61). PAN belongs to the family of acrylic resins. It is a hard, rigid thermoplastic material that is resistant to most solvents & chemicals, slow to burn and of low permeability to gases.

    • PET / PESPolyester

      Synthetic fiber made from a thermoplastic polymer that contain the ester functional group in their main chain. Most commonly refers to a type called polyethylene terephthalate (PET) or polyethylene succinate (PES) with a melting point from 103 – 106°C

    The SSM TWX-D is the economic assembly-winding machine for high density, precision wound packages for twisting. Innovative solutions enabled an improvement of the thread path and the overall simplification of the superior winder. The electronic yarn laying technology fastflex™, allows high flexibility to produce made-to-measure crosswound packages. The ergonomic design and well established technology cuts maintenance and service costs down to a minimum. Thereby the TWX-D creates a new dimension for a cost effective assembly-winding process.

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    Technical data TWX-D

    Types of winding

    DIGICONE® or precision

    Mechanical speed

    up to 1200 m/min (process speed depending on process parameters)

    Package shape

    freely programmable

    Traverse length

    25…210 mm electronically adjustable

    Take-up package diameter

    up to 250 mm

    Package weight

    up to 5 kg

    Supply package diameter

    2-ply creeling: up to 240 mm / 3-ply creeling: up to 220 mm

    Yarns

    staple yarns and textured filament yarns

    Count

    Ne 3...80 (Nm 5...135 / 80...2000 dtex) (other yarn counts upon request)

    Take-up tubes

    cylindrical and cones up to 5° 57’

    max. length 230 mm, min. base diameter 38 mm (smaller diameters upon request)

    Layout

    single or double sided

    N° of spindles per section

    6 (single sided) and 12 (double sided)

    N° of spindles min. / max.

    6 / 96 (single sided) and 12 / 120 (2 x 60 double sided, back to back)

    Gauge

    366 mm

    Drive

    individual

    Installed power

    ~200 W per spindle

    Power consumption

    ~100 W per spindle

    Blower (installed power)

    up to 2200 W (depending on blower type and manufacturer)

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  • CW3-D

    ClassicWind™ assembly winder

    • Cones

      for a conical package shape

    • Tubes

      or cops are the most flexible base for a wide range of package shapes (e.g.: cylindrical - no taper / biconical - double taper / single taper / bottle shape), depending on the winding unit (type of winding)

    • SpunYarnSpun yarn

      Textile yarn spun and twisted from staple length fiber, either natural or synthetic.

    • COCotton

      Natural fibre from the cotton plant which is spun into fine yarn.

    • PET / PESPolyester

      Synthetic fiber made from a thermoplastic polymer that contain the ester functional group in their main chain. Most commonly refers to a type called polyethylene terephthalate (PET) or polyethylene succinate (PES) with a melting point from 103 – 106°C

    • SESilk

      Natural protein fiber composed mainly of fibroin. Silk is produced by several insects, but generally only the silk of moth caterpillars has been used for textile manufacturing.

    • CVViscose

      Viscose, formerly known as viscose rayon, is made by treating cellulose with caustic alkali solution and carbon disulphide. It is a soft fibre commonly used in dresses, linings, shirts, shorts, coats, jackets, and other outerwear.

    Designed to accommodate a variety of materials, yarns and package sizes and to produce 2-ply as well as 3-ply packages, the CW3-D is a highly versatile and economical machine. Designed to be extremely rugged, the CW3-D Assembly Winder is subject to minimal wear and therefore requires little maintenance. 

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    Technical data CW3-D

    Types of winding

    drum, random

    Mechanical speed

    up to 1300 m/min (process speed depending on process parameters)

    Package shape

    cylindrical or conical

    Traverse length

    152 mm (6")

    Take-up package diameter

    up to 260 mm

    Package weight

    up to 5 kg

    Supply package diameter

    2-ply: up to 240 mm / 3-ply: up to 200 mm

    Yarns

    staple yarns

    Count

    Ne 3…120 (Nm 5…200) (finer yarn counts on request)

    Take-up tubes

    cylindrical and cones up to 4° 20’

    max. length

    170 mm, min. basic diameter 38 mm (smaller diam. upon request)

    Layout

    single or double sided machine

    N° of spindles per section

    6 (single sided) and 2 x 6 (double sided)

    min. / max. N° of spindles

    6 (single sided) and 2 x 6 (double sided) / 96 (single sided) and 2 x 48 (double sided)

    Gauge

    366 mm

    Drive

    individual

    Installed power

    ~135 W per spindle

    Power consumption

    ~90 W per spindle (depending on speed, yarn count, yarn tension, anti pattering)

    Blower (installed power)

    up to 2200 W (depending on blower type and manufacturer)

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