This academy will provide training to learn and understand warp knitting production as well as warp knitting fabrics and its various possibilities. The training will be provided on a HKS 3-M 130'' warp knitting machine.
The academy will run two courses. The “Operators’ course” is a 3-day course that provides basic know-how to operate warp knitting machines.
The “Warp Knit Basic course” is a 7-day course teaching basic knowledge of warp knitting technology and possibilities.
Karl Mayer also displayed its latest warp knitting machine, the HKS 3-M at the academy, which is suitable for very low until high stitch densities. The machine works with fine and coarse gauges.
The HKS 3-M operates at a speed of up to 2800 RPM. This speed is 15% higher than previous generation machines.
The HKS 3-M is suitable for producing automotive textiles, upholstery fabrics, sportswear, shoe fabrics, outerwear, bunting, fabrics for bill boards, mosquito nets, coating substrates, cleaning textiles, etc.
On the occasion, A.T.E Pvt Ltd, the marketing agents for Karl Mayer machines in India, also opened an office, which will offer spares from stock for Karl Mayer machines in Surat.
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