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KARL MAYER to hold open-house event to demonstrate DJ series
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Dec '09
KARL MAYER will be holding an open-house event to demonstrate the DJ machine series on 26.-27.01.2010 in Obertshausen.

KARL MAYER extends its activities range in the sector of seamless fashion. The RDPJ range of machines has already proven to be extremely successful here, and this machine series has now been complemented by the narrower machines in the DJ series.

The double-bar raschel machine range with jacquard facility has been upgraded over the last twelve months and comprises two models, the DJ 4/2 and the DJ 6/2, which are both also available with electronic guide bar control (EL). The EL facility in particular enables a wide range of patterns with long repeats to be produced. Whether it is being used to produce pantyhose, stockings, dresses, underwear or sportswear, the DJ 6/2 EL can efficiently turn the design ideas of the various sectors into reality, and the size of the batch makes no difference.

The DJ is particularly suitable for newcomers to the seamless goods market, for processing small orders, and for producing sample collections.

All these performance features make the machines in the DJ series the perfect production machines for warp knitters in search of new areas in which to operate and for producers of seamless products who are already using innovative technology – as an important means of surviving during times of crisis.

The company's activities in relation to introducing and establishing these innovative, compact machines on the market have been just as seamless as the products produced by them. So there will be a live presentation at the manufacturer's headquarters in the new year. KARL MAYER will open the doors of its Development Centre on 26 and 27 January in order to demonstrate the machine concept and construction, the range of patterns that can be worked, and the productivity of the DJ 6/2 EL in a gauge of E 28. The event is aimed at specialists involved in production, the retail sector and design.

Karl Mayer Textilmaschinenfabrik GmbH

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