BIETIGHEIM-BISSINGEN — April 2013 — Since the foundation of the innovative textile machine
manufacturer RSG, located in Bietigheim-Bissingen near Stuttgart, the 30th year is characterized by
automated processing, manufacturing and presentation of narrow fabrics, such as webbings, belts and
From long years of experience RSG was able to accumulate a vast treasure of experiences in
the field of automated production of vehicle seat belts. Many of these ideas can now be transferred
also to other narrow textiles.
Among the highlights of the new “Narrow-Matic” machine generation are other fully automated
assembly lines for round-slings, element belts, as well as lifting and lashing strap systems.
These unique facility concepts combine the most diverse work steps and thereby offer the user
tremendous time and cost savings, and markedly increase production capacity and product quality.
All production steps such as unrolling, cutting, feeding, folding, sewing, sealing, wrapping,
and packaging are taken over by the facility.
Additionally labels, ratchets or hooks can be processed, or supplementary facility components
for textile inscribing or marking can be integrated.
The complete production process including sewing, is entirely monitored by technology (to a
large part patented), so that mistakes in the final product can be excluded.
RSG presents the new “Narrow-Matic” facility generation for the first time at the trade fair
TexProcess 2013, which will take place from June 10-13, 2013 in Frankfurt, at the same time as
Techtextil, in hall 5.1, booth C10.
Posted on March 26, 2013
Source: RSG Automation Technics GbmH & Co. KG