June 22, 2024

Karl Mayer Presenting Selected Knitting Solutions At ITM 2024

Karl Mayer will be presenting selected knitting solutions with a focus on flexibility and speed to support customers in a market that is as important as it is difficult at ITM 2024 exhibition in Hall 3, Stand 303A.

The main exhibits will be a tricot machine with an exceptional, flexible product range and maximum speed, even with strongly changing yarn consumption.

Also on display is a digital solution for machine energy management and also a seersucker fabric made from the TM 4 EL and trendy warp-knitted fabrics with weft insertion that has a woven-like appearance.

“An HKS 3-M ON PLUS will demonstrate its skills in the production of various net-like articles in gauge E 18,” the German company said in a press release.

The HKS 3-M ON PLUS produces square marquisette items as well as robust shoe fabrics, also in coarse gauges, and works at maximum speed despite a wide variety of pattern changes.

“Thanks to the ground-breaking Advanced Feeding Control (AFC) function, the high working speed is maintained even with the rapidly changing yarn consumption of complex patterns,” Karl Mayer added.

A trendy textile show will present examples from production range of the HKS 3-M ON PLUS like insect screens and an article based on a square marquisette, which could not previously be produced in gauge E 18.

The fabric stands out with its high-contrast look and features a design of stripes with graduated density – from open to closed – and is a real eye-catcher in clothing and interiors, e.g. as curtains.

In the home textiles segment are window fashions from an RJPC, MLF and warp knitting machine with weft insertion, corduroy fabrics for cushion covers from three-bar tricot machines and towels.

Just in time for ITM, a new, extravagant 4-way stretch fabric will be launched as a further development of the seersucker theme.

This textile innovation combines an airy mesh ground with a contrasting ribbed pattern and can be designed in many different ways and was produced on a TM 4 EL, which offers maximum flexibility.

Karl Mayer will also be exhibiting elastic and rigid woven-like warp-knitted articles from two- and three-bar tricot machines.

The articles with the look of classic woven clothing fabrics are easy-care, comfortable to wear and crease-resistant and are just as popular for men’s suits and shirts as they are for casual wear.

Other highlights for the fashion business include knitwear in crochet style from a Rascheltronic and chic terry fabrics for bath and beach made from staple fibre yarn.

According to Karl Mayer, Rascheltronic products are also setting trends in the sportswear sector, as shown by a collection of shirts, shorts, jackets and underwear with chic styles and functional designs.

Clothing fabrics from warp knitting machines with weft insertion are also likely to be an important topic.

Visitors from the lingerie business can look forward to a collection of exquisite Textronic and Jacquardtronic products.

The delicate lace made on an MJ 92/1 B surprises with an exceptionally light, transparent ground on which the filigree pattern with plastic flossing stands out strikingly.

The design is sensationally rich in contrast and complex and therefore closer to the Leavers standard than ever before.

The fabrics from an MT 84/1/40 S show how clear and balanced lace can look with Symm-Net. The elaborate look is created by a filigree pattern and maximum symmetry of the design elements.

The exhibition will focus on the Customer Portal, which gives users access to the digital world of the Karl Mayer Group, and the brand new Energy Efficiency Solution (EES).

The cloud-based product will be officially launched at ITM and provides real-time transparency on the energy consumption of Karl Mayer warp knitting machines.

It thus supports warp knitting companies on their way to lower energy consumption and greater sustainability.

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