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Mayer & Cie showing OVJA 1.6 EE & MSC 3.2 II at ITMA Asia
27
Jul '16
German knitting machinery maker Mayer & Cie (MCT) will be exhibiting the OVJA 1.6 EE and the MSC 3.2 II at this year's ITMA Asia being held in Shanghai.

According to the company, the MSC 3.2 II Single Jersey machine with its technology based on that of the S4 3.2 II was especially developed for the Chinese market.

It is assembled at Mayer & Cie's China facility, while the machine's knitting head and key components come from Germany.

The MSC 3.2 II is designed for high productivity and reaches a speed of 35 rpm for a 30 inch diameter and knits Single Jersey and structures with up to four needle tracks producing fine-gauge E36 fabrics.

“The MSC 3.2 II thereby keeps up with the trend to fine gauges in the Single Jersey segment,” the company observed.

The other machine, the OVJA 1.6 EE, is a Jacquard machine with double electronics for the manufacture of high-quality mattress cover fabrics, in the creative fashion industry and for knitted footwear.

Single needle selection for both the cylinder and the dial cam makes for even more flexible patterns, which makes the production of small lots uncomplicated and thereby profitable.

On the other hand, the spinit systems spinning and knitting technology will be represented by an info stand at ITMA Asia, where Mayer & Cie will officially launch the Spinit 3.0 E. (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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