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JUKI exhibits at Texprocess under novel ideas for success
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Apr '11
JUKI is happy to announce that we will be running a booth at Texprocess 2011 to be held in Frankfurt am Main, Frankfurt in Germany for four days from the 24 to 27 of May 2011.

Under the exhibition concept "Be the best in CS - New Edge Solution for Your Success” (JUKI's proposal of novel ideas for success), we will be showing a total of 55 models; 43 will be state-of-the-art industrial sewing machines and 12 will be household sewing machines. Among the 55 models, approximately half of them are new.

The JUKI booth will occupy 594 m2 in Hall 5-1 of the venue. The booth will consist of six different zones.

Outline and major models to be shown in the respective zones are as follows:

A. Intelligent sewing system zone (ISS zone)
This zone introduces JUKI's system products comprised of the data analysis software (IA-1) and the data measuring terminals (IT series), which contribute to the realization of an actual sewing shop floor, enabling a visual check of the production status.

B. Apparel machines zone
This zone introduces the lineup of JUKI's cutting edge models of sewing machines provided with excellent responsiveness to diversified materials and higher flexibility, which are essential features for sewing outerwear.

C. Knit sewing machines zone
This zone introduces the range of products which contribute to the further increased quality and productivity of knitwear. In this zone, the MF-7500/-7900 flat seamer, top and bottom coverstitch machine will also be introduced for reference.

D. Sewing machines for heavy-weight materials zone
This zone introduces sewing machines, including the state-of-the-art unison-feed sewing machine and the computer-controlled cycle machine which promise higher reliability and sewing capabilities, intended for heavy-weight materials such as those used for car seats, furniture, bags and pouches.

E. Sewing machines for jeans zone
This zone introduces the latest models of specialized sewing machines and automatic sewing machines which have been developed through a careful and thorough analysis of each sewing process involved in jeans and casual pants.

F. Household sewing machines zone
This zone introduces 12 models of household sewing machines, including the latest four computer-controlled machines under two different series. JUKI's household machines incorporating well-established technology help broaden the sphere of household needlework.

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