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With the TD 10, Truetzschler also relies on the proven separation of the drives for can rotation on the one hand and the creel on the other.
This unique feature supports the high levelling dynamics since there is no need for the leveller motor to further accelerate the slower creel.
The separate drive for the can rotation allows uncomplicated optimisation of sliver coiling for the respective application.
The graph shows the optimised belt run of the TD 10 with the fewest drive belts. The drafting system cylinders are directly powered by digital servo drives.
Thanks to the newly modified drive concept, the TD 10 has the smallest number of belts in the market. Maintenance points have been reduced to an absolute minimum. Only the bottom roller bearings in the drafting system require relubrication.