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Shima Seiki to exhibit latest knitting technologies at ITM
23
May '16
Courtesy- Shima Seiki
Courtesy- Shima Seiki
Shima Seiki, a leading computerised knitting machine manufacturer based in Japan will be showcasing its latest knitting technologies WholeGarment knitting machine, computerised flat knitting machine, inkjet printing machine and 3D design system in the ITM Texpo Eurasia 2016 exhibition in Istanbul, Turkey in June 1-4.

Shima Seiki will exhibit a wide range of its products, including new proposals in seam-free WholeGarment knitting technology that offers an alternative to labour intensive manufacturing in Turkey and other international markets.

Shima Seiki’s flagship MACH2XS WholeGarment knitting machine features the company’s original SlideNeedle on four needle beds, spring loaded moveable sinkers and the compact SWG091N2 for producing smaller WholeGarment items and accessories.

On display will be SRY computerised flat knitting machines featuring specialised loop presser beds. The SVR workhorse series, will be shown in a variety of gauges, while the SSR series offers industry leading technology in an economical package.

Shima Seiki’s inkjet printing series will demonstrate high speed, high quality printing directly on fabrics and even finished goods. Shima Seiki will also display its latest version of SDS-ONE APEX3 3D design system. APEX3 provides comprehensive support throughout the apparel supply chain, integrating production into efficient workflow from yarn development, product planning, design, production and sales promotion. Photo-realistic simulation capability allows virtual sampling to minimise costly time and resource consuming sample making while enhancing presentation quality. (NA)

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