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Karl Mayer unveils Multibar Jacquardtronic lace machine
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Another development from KARL MAYER in Jacquardtronic machines for efficiently producing lace for lingerie and apparel is the Multibar Jacquardtronic Lace, models MJ 42/1B and MJ 59/1B.

These new machines from KARL MAYER offer an exceptional price: performance ratio for Jacquardtronic Lace machines having a low and average number of bars, and are therefore extremely attractive to lace producers all over the world.

With their design features, the MJ machines are complemented by a jacquard guide bar and are an extension of the successful, tried-and-tested ML technology on which they are based. The technical features of the new lace raschel machines are therefore similar to those of the Multibar Lace series, whilst their product repertoire is similar to that of the Jacquardtronic Lace machines.

With a working width of 134" and a gauge of E 24, the MJ 42/1B is one of the new machines and was designed to operate at top speeds of 900 min -1. The ML 59/1B has the same working width and needle spacing as the version with fewer bars, but can produce a greater variety of patterns thanks to the extra two string bars per shog line. It was designed to operate at a maximum speed of 900 min-1.

The Multibar Jacquardtronic Lace machine was premiered at ShanghaiTex in June of this year. During this mega show for the textile industry, an MJ 42/1B was producing three different, new, stretch lace designs, each having a final fabric width of 15.5 cm and the visitors were extremely impressed by this machine.

In the run-up to the fair, many customers were already expressing an interest in this new range of machines and decided to place orders. The first machines are scheduled for delivery in September of this year. New technical refinements will also be available as of January 2014. These include an extension of the available gauges to include E 18 and E 28, and the integration of PPD.

Karl Mayer

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