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COMEZ to present three models at ITMA ASIA + CITME
Apr '08
COMEZ is a global leader in advanced narrow fabric technology, offering a complete range of crochet knitting machines, weaving needle looms, double needle bed warp knitting machines and software for pattern programming - used to produce a broad range of laces and bands for underwear, ribbons for clothing, technical textiles, passementerie, fancy yarns and fabrics for outerwear.

From the extensive line of crochet machines, that well highlight the excellence of COMEZ technology, at the ITMA ASIA + CITME 2008 trade fair 3 models will be presented, featuring the application of newly engineered solutions aimed at maximizing production efficiency and flexibility.

COMEZTRONIC CT-16B/600 is an electronic crochet knitting machine with 16 weft pattern bars, designed for the production of an extensive range of high-quality and very complex laces, bra-straps and flounces, both elastic and non-elastic.

The electronic drive is applied not only to the weft bars, but to all the feeders (weft, warp, elastic yarns) and the finished product take-down, thus allowing for the possibility of different stitch density values (stitches/cm) on a single product, as well as different values for weft/warp feeding and elasticity.

Continued testing and research have resulted in the elimination of problematic vibrations of the bars, which now perform only a transversal, and no longer a vertical movement.

These engineering and design changes make it possible to work easily with as many as 16 weft bars. A high number of bars and electronic operating system allow for elaborate patterns to be created, with very long pattern repeats.

Electronics applied to this COMEZ machine are exclusively created and entirely designed and developed by COMEZ. The COMEZTRONIC CT-16B/600 is a truly unique production system made available to manufacturers of sophisticated articles for underwear: its advanced engineering and design technology - as for various other COMEZ machine models - is protected by numerous patents granted in many countries worldwide, including the P.R. of CHINA.

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