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Karl Mayer to exhibit technologies at US facility
Feb '16
German manufacturer of knitting machines Karl Mayer will host an exhibition of its technologies in the US at its facility in Greensboro, North Carolina from April 26-28, 2016.

“The goal is to provide the market an opportunity to learn about many recent innovations in detail and to generate ideas for new product development,” a Karl Mayer press release said.

“This exhibition will bring together experts, will be an exchange of know-how, while showing the latest machines and applications for warp knitting, weaving warp preparation and composite fabrics," it added.

“We are organising the exhibition with an intention to provide our guests with fresh ideas and valuable support for their future development activities,” Tony Hooimeijer, president of Karl Mayer North America said.

“If we combine their experience with our expertise and innovations, it is surely possible to generate completely new product solutions and ideas for increased productivity,” he added.

Visitors will have the opportunity to see high performance warp knitting machines in operation, producing new and sophisticated fabrics for automotive and sportswear applications, including seamless garments.

For the weaving industry, Karl Mayer will be displaying its latest automatic sectional warper for the flexible production of high-precision warp beams.

“For sizing, the company will be showing its VSB size box, a revolutionary new development that can generate significant savings,” Karl Mayer informed.

According to Karl Mayer, another area which will be highlighted area will be for the composites industry, and an innovative carbon fibre spreading unit will be demonstrated.

For visitors, the exhibition will include a half-day visit, a full-day tour or a stay for several days and will also be tailored to individual requirements.

There will also be presentations by Karl Mayer's business units at regular intervals, while the Karl Mayer Academy will hold fabric forming familiarisation courses, providing more insights in application possibilities. (AR)

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