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GUNOLD introduces VENERE cutting needle for embroidery world
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Sep '08
Intertextile 2008 opens its doors from October 20 to October 23 in Shanghai. Companies from all over the world will introduce themselves and their novelties around textile production to interested visitors.

GUNOLD, based in Stockstadt, Germany, being one of the leading suppliers of everything relating to embroidery requirements worldwide, has again arranged for a special presentation of its comprehensive range of products including numerous novelties of embroidery materials. “At our stand the embroidery branch may see something really special”, President Christoph Gunold announces.

“We are going to present great novelties, show the various applications of our embroidery materials, and show our flexible and innovative attitude towards the future. We from GUNOLD have realized that our customers want to be offered solutions which they can achieve with our embroidery materials”.

VENERE is regarded as being the special trade fair highlight which is a new type of cutting needle for cutting appliqués on the embroidery machine and for fashionable eyelet embroideries. Another novelty is the colour range of our viscose embroidery yarn SULKY 40 which has been extended by 32 new colours resulting thus in 390 colours in total, as well as our polyester embroidery yarn POLY 40 which is available in 300 colours and which is now made up in 1.000m Miniking spools with snap foot. The thin polyester embroidery yarn POLY 60, which is suitable for small letterings and fine details, is now available in 21 colours.

Cutting instead of boring with VENERE
VENERE is a cutting needle made of steel which has a razor-sharp point. Every time 4 of these cutting needles are used per embroidery head and each of them is applied at another angle using a special device. After installation on the embroidery machine, any requested shape can be cut. This method is well appropriate for eyelet embroideries (e.g. in the area of ladies' wear) as well as for pre-cutting appliqués, logos, and emblems.

SULKY, the best viscose embroidery yarn on the market!
At Intertextile the company from Germany primarily wants to make one thing clear: GUNOLD's name stands for excellent quality of embroidery materials, together with an excellent service.

The production of all SULKY colours and counts is exclusively based on 100% ENKA viscose, being the best, most even and constant viscose of the world which assures the embroiderer high dye uniformity and best running properties on the embroidery machine. »In this field GUNOLD is the only supplier whose viscose embroidery yarn is exclusively made of 100% ENKA viscose. Therefore we are able to safely say that SULKY is the best viscose embroidery yarn on the market«, Christoph Gunold says self-confidently.

Intertextile 2008

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