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JL 42/1 B machine to produce high-quality elastic & non-elastic lace
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Apr '09
The brassiere panel featured here accentuates the curves in the outlines of the female body as far as design and style are concerned. The fabric which performs the uplifting, tensioning and seduction roles has an optically meaningful undulating outline featuring double outlines, with mother-of-pearl type, opalescent filling in between.

The snake-like motif was combined with pattern elements with an art nouveau look. Thus squat flowers with projecting sections around the individual leaves in the breast section draw attention to themselves, and in the brassiere side sections abstract decorations in the art nouveau style, mystical and sublime, reign supreme. A rustic design ensemble, the image of which is improved by the use of textured nylon in combination with lustrous polyester.

The outlines and centres of the flowers rise out of the fabric ground in relief, almost three-dimensional form. The ground for the motifs is configured in various ways – with large-area diamond patterning on a mesh-like ground, an almost opaque zone between the cups and a filigree organic structure as a framework for the flowers. Circular openings with an openwork check pattern round off the overall picture.

The lightweight transparent quality was produced on a JL 42/1 B machine – an extremely innovative Jacquardtronic raschel lace machine for the manufacture of high-quality elastic and non-elastic lace which has the increased potential of the new Karl Mayer lace machine generation. With shogs of up to 170 needles and electronic means for taking down and batching up, the JL 42/1 B works the pattern motifs fed in long curves into the panel just as easily as the contours of the fabric in the fabric. And all this with unbeatable efficiency.

All in all the JL 42/1 B points to new applications and markets.

KARL MAYER Textilmaschinenfabrik GmbH

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