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'Seamless Smart' machine gives major boost to hosiery market
May '08
Seamless, patterned, fine pantyhose caress the legs, are extremely comfortable to wear, and enhance the female shape with their seductive look.

As the icing on the cake in every wo-man's wardrobe, knitted hosiery attracts the attention of the opposite sex and gives every woman her own particular style. It must be said that, behind every attractive pair of warp-knitted pantyhose, there is a successful machine - and it is usually one of KARL MAYER's.

This traditional company is a leading manufacturer of warp knitting machines for producing seamless hosiery, clothing, lingerie and sportswear, and is constantly concentrating on opti-mising its machines for use on this market.

One of its best-selling machines is the RDPJ 6/2 double-needle bar raschel machine, which is equipped with the latest, state-of-the-art technology. It offers an impressive list of features and an extra-large format, and has now been supplemented by a smart version, so that eve-ry segment of the market can be catered for.

The new, narrow series “Seamless Smart” is designated the 'DJ' series, and has been de-signed expressly to be sub-divided into different models. The first machine in this series, the DJ 4/2, was developed by Nippon MAYER Ltd, and is scheduled to be launched onto the international market in September of this year.

This double-needle bar raschel machine is available in a working width of 42", can operate at a rate of 1,000 stitches/minute, and comes equipped with all KARL MAYER's tried-and-tested technology.

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