Warp-knitted spacer fabrics feature at Techtextil NA
March 11, 2011 - United States Of America
Lutz Heinig from KARL MAYER North America will show how warp knitting technology with its potential for seamless production will offer opportunities for saving resources and reducing costs at Techtextil North America 2011. The emphasis of his discourse will be on the production of super-thick warp-knitted spacer fabrics with a height of up to 55 mm and a blank.
In addition Lutz Heinig will introduce high-tech tricot machines for the efficient production of functional one-piece underwear and lingerie. All the reports are included in a well-structured programme which offers adequate scope for questions and discussions with the speakers.
Techtextil North America 2011 will be held from 15 to 17 March at the Mandalay Bay Convention Centre in Las Vegas, NV, USA.
An accompanying symposium will again add value to the exhibition.
High-calibre speakers will give papers on, amongst other things, crisis management and trends in technical textiles, new developments in outdoor, military, medical and protective clothing, and ways of developing new technologies through technical textiles and sustainability.