«…We bought second-hand BUSI machines made early 2000. We refurbished them and now they are ready to run.
These machines are really good, so please don’t tell me that they are obsolete! » - says Luís Costa (Faria da Costa Lda – Owner)
Luis Costa in the manufacturing site of his factory, FARIA da COSTA Lda, with one of their
20-year-old BUSI sock-knitting machines
Thank you for the training and the many things we learned during the very short time. We will do our best at home when the machine will arrive.
Enclosed you will find the photo of our small group at the end.
Hochschule Niederrhein, Textil- und Bekleidungstechnik
University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology
From the left: Ezio Piccini, Alessandro, Frank Heimlich, Giovanni Busi, Marc Weber & Gianmario Busi
Meias Centope, a primeira fabrica no Brasil a adquirir maquinas Busi com classic linking.
Cerquilho - SP – Brazil
We couldn’t supply a picture of anyone working on a machine as they don’t often break down.
Victoria - Australia
Because of their state-of-the-art technology, the Institute of Biomaterials and Biomechanics of the Riga Technical University (Latvia) has chosen Busi machines for the instruction of students enrolled in the course “Structure, properties and calculations of the main basic and combined interlacing & technological processes on textile machines”.
Using a Busi machine, Dr.sc.ing. Inga Lyashenko of the Riga Technical University produced different example of socks made from special amber thread for which she received an award for "the most unique product” in the “Latvia Can” competition on 30th November 2009 from the President of DnB NORD Bank, Andris Ozolins. See the photograph.
Dr.sc.ing. Inga Lyashenko had this to say about her experience with a Busi machine:
Based on modern technological equipment of the company BUSI GIOVANNI we conducted laboratory work for students. Using innovative yarns, we knitted samples of products with different interlacings. The textile machinery of the company BUSI GIOVANNI is very well designed, fairly easy to manage and very productive. It is designed so that you can use different types of threads, alone and in combination.
We want to thank you for the opportunity to work on these machines!
|First employees of lab BTMZP of Riga Technical University, Latvia.||Dr.sc.ing. Inga Lyashenko of the Riga Technical University, Latvia – while being awarded the prize "The most unique product" at the contest "Latvia can" on 30th November 2009 by the President of DnB NORD Bank, Andris Ozolins.|