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Shima Seiki to participate in Techtextil North America
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Apr '16
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Shima Seiki's WHOLEGARMENT Knitting Machine SWG091N2
Shima Seiki, a leading Japanese computerised knitting machine manufacturer, along with its US subsidiary Shima Seiki USA, will participate in Techtextil North America to be held from 3 to 5 May at Atlanta, Georgia, as per a company release.

The company's newest technological contributions to the field of technical textiles will be on display along with its pioneering WHOLEGARMENT knitting technology wherein knitted items are produced in its entirety without seams.

Shima Seiki's SWG091N2 offers unique solutions for the automotive, aerospace, sports, medical, safety, outdoor and other markets by knitting items in 3D without seams, which will also be showcased at the trade fair.

Also on display is the new Yarn Unwinding Option, which uses a motorised bobbin that actively unwinds yarn to provide smooth and stable yarn feed with careful control over feed amount and tension.

SRY123LP, the company's latest computerised knitting machine, features loop presser beds mounted atop conventional needle beds, providing improved control over pressdown of individual loops will also be displayed. This presents unprecedented capability especially with inlay patterns.

The latest version of Shima Seiki's “SDS-ONE APEX3” 3D design system will be available for demonstrations at Techtextile North America. (HO)

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