As of February 2013, the third generation of the HKS 3-M has not only been available in a working width of 210", but also in widths of 180" and 130". This extremely efficient and flexible machine is also available with frames for carrying 40" warp beams.
The HKS 3-S has also been expanded in the same way. The machine, which used to be known as the HKS 3-1, is now designated with an “S” for “short stroke” to fit in with the nomenclature of the HKS 3-M.
The 210" version has been part of the range for some time, but KARL MAYER is now offering the HKS 3-S with working widths of 180" and 130" as well.
The first machines in this series will be available as of July 2013. In addition to the standard 3x32" frame arrangement, a frame for 3x40" warp beams will also be available then.
The latest version of the HKS 3 series will be available with all the usual features typical of KARL MAYER’s high-speed tricot machines.
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