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Stay ahead with Stoll training courses for flat knitting

Leading flat knitting machine manufacturer Stoll offers a comprehensive range of training courses for flat knitting, from basic hand flat knitting through to advanced pattern preparation for the latest flat knitting machines.

3rd December 2014

Knitting Industry
 |  Reutlingen

Knitwear, Knitted Outerwear, Sports/​Activewear, Knitted Accessories, Technical Textiles

Knitwear developers and manufacturers the world over can stay ahead and keep their skills right up to date with a comprehensive range of training courses offered by leading flat knitting machine builder H. Stoll GmbH & Co. KG (Stoll) of Reutlingen, Germany.

Each year Stoll trains more than 2,000 knitting technicians worldwide and the company’s Reutlingen Training Center offers practice-oriented courses in several different languages.

Stoll offers training programs on a variety of topics, from hand flat knitting classes to in-depth courses on its pattern software M1plus. Whether the student is a beginner who is learning the basics of knitting or an established professional who is looking to improve their existing skills, Stoll says it has the right course. The company’s experienced course instructors share their knowledge and prepare the students for their daily use of Stoll knitting machines and software.

Handling Stoll CMS machines

By using detailed practical exercises, the courses provide both basic knowledge about knitting and pattern analysis as well as offering important skills for the proper handling of the Stoll CMS machines. Stoll’s training centre also offers courses on the pattern software M1plus. The participants learn the general use of the software and also how to use it for pattern programming.

Stoll’s Reutlingen Training Center. © Stoll.

The main focus is on the processing abilities of the M1plus and the creation of patterns by using existing basic patterns and modules. Different pattern techniques such as Jacquard, Intarsia, Stoll-multi gauges, Structures and 1x1-Techniques are explained in detail and realized by the extensive application possibilities of the M1plus.

Latest products

Stoll also focuses on sharing information about its latest products, machine techniques and developments and new knitting technologies such as the company’s new flagship CMS ADF-3. In addition, the latest knitting technologies are shown to trainees.

Stoll’s Reutlingen Training Center. © Stoll.

This training program is not only available in Reutlingen/Germany. Stoll’s worldwide subsidiaries and representatives all over the world also offer training courses and on request can also create customer specific courses.

About Stoll

Stoll is a leading international manufacturer of flat knitting machines based in Reutlingen in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The company was established in 1873 and currently has about 600 employees worldwide. Flat knitting machines and patterning software are the focus of the Stoll brand.

Stoll’s Reutlingen Training Center. © Stoll.

In addition to traditional knitting, Stoll machines also enable the production of fabrics for modern, technical and medical applications. Stoll delivers machines to over 70 countries and offers a complete customer service solution with affiliated companies, sales and marketing centres along with many subsidiaries.

Stoll’s innovative technical developments and modern production capabilities are important factors to enable many knitting trends, which are then showcased in Stoll’s own Trend Collection.

www.stoll.com

 

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