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Mayer & Cie to show Spinit 3.0 E module at ITME 2016
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Nov '16
Mayer & Cie, German-based developer of reconditioned circular knitting machines and parts and textile technologies, is set to present its ready-for-sale fancy module for the Spinit 3.0 E at the upcoming India ITME 2016 exhibition, the 10th edition of the India International Textile Machinery Exhibition, to be held in Mumbai, from December 3 to 8, 2016.

The Spinit 3.0 E spinning and knitting machine combines three operations like spinning, cleaning and knitting, and is the first machine type to be equipped with the company's spinit systems technology.

The Spinit generates patterned designs by producing thicker and thinner yarns via electronic drafting systems that are then knitted to precisely the right needle. The fact that changing the yarn gauge creates the pattern means that the pattern always has a soft, pastel-like transition. This effect is the typical transition from transparent to opaque pattern areas.

With a conventional knitting machine that generates the pattern by means of single needle selection this soft transition does not occur. The individual needle either stitches or it doesn't. That leads to the well-known clear contours in a jacquard pattern.

By changing the yarn gauge via the drafting system we can produce patterns and affects, especially devoré or burnout patterns that are totally different in appearance from jacquard patterns. The Fancy module is also highly suitable for the irregular slub effects that are very popular at the moment. Intarsia designs, which are entirely geometrical, can also be produced in a special Spinit dimension.

Michael A. Tuschak, who in charge of spinit systems marketing and sales said, “India is one of our bridgehead markets and a market where we are superbly positioned with our representative Batliboi. Our Indian customers are exacting and have a wealth of know-how, especially in spinning. India, after all, has many large modern spinning mills and fully integrated textile producers. They are an audience we need to convince yet again because, when series production of the Spinit gets under way in 2017, India will be one of our most important markets.” (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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