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Karl Mayer to display new DJ 4/2 at YIWU H&G 2008 fair
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Nov '08
KARL MAYER is exhibiting the new DJ 4/2 on stand 2 B01, hall 2, at the YIWU H&G 2008 international exhibition for hosiery goods and the clothing industry from 18 to 20 November in the Meihu Exhibition Center in Yiwu City. The DJ 4/2, which is produced by Nippon MAYER, was presented to the market in spring of this year, and several machines have already been sold.

A particularly striking feature of this seamless machine is the new working width of 44". The configuration of the DJ 4/2 has also been completely revamped. The special technical features include two ground guide bars and two jacquard bars, which offer all the patterning possibilities of six shog lines, the tried-and-tested piezo technology for controlling the jacquard needles, KAMCOS with the MultiSpeed system, and electronic beam drives.

These features enable the DJ 4/2 to operate at a rate of 800 to 900 stitches per minute, whilst offering the typical high product quality associated with KARL MAYER and exceptional user friendliness. With relatively low investment costs and a much improved price:performance ratio, this new narrow-format model complements the existing RDPJ with a working width of 138".

The DJ 4/2 is the machine of choice when it comes to efficiently developing new products as well as for flexibly producing smaller batches. This versatility, together with its relatively low cost, give the customer plenty of scope when developing and organising his production ranges, and is perfect for companies wishing to gain a foothold in the seamless sector.

Karl Mayer

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