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Karl Mayer launches new RJ 5/1 Raschel machine in China

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Feb '20
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Pic: Karl Mayer
Karl Mayer has launched the new RJ 5/1 Raschel machine in China, which offers improved price-performance ratio, and attracts a lot of attention in China. With its new machine, Karl Mayer brings fresh impetus to the market of patterned Raschel fabrics in China. Karl Mayer is a market leader and a driving force for innovations in textile machinery building.

Especially due to its excellent value for money, this highly efficient model catches the manufacturers’ attention. Offering attractive acquisition costs, the RJ 5/1 is more productive than comparable competitor products. Moreover, the machine has a highly stable and very precise machine run. The textiles produced on this machine impress by their outstanding quality. Featuring trendy designs and a style that minimises making-up, the possible products of the RJ 5/1 are tailored to the needs of the Chinese market, according to Karl Mayer.

The patterning portfolio of the RJ 5/1 machine includes traditional articles from the RSJ sector such as charmeuse, made with three guide bars, as well as elastic and rigid Power Net constructions. With its enormous design possibilities, this new development encourages especially the current seamless trend. Back and front parts with opaque areas, lace-like tapes and contourings for making-up are made in one piece, directly during fabric production. Leg openings and arm holes of the free-cut article do not have to be seamed. Only very few seams are required for closing the styles during the final processing.

In the course of the machine presentation, a 130” model produced a swimwear fabric in a gauge of E 32, with a lot of chic and easy make-up. Even the Karl Mayer lettering was seamlessly integrated into the eye-catching element ensemble.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)


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