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Karl Mayer goes fashion forward with Leisuree.Fashion

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Jul '18
Courtesy: Karl Mayer
Courtesy: Karl Mayer
Karl Mayer develops latest fashion products with Leisuree.Fashion multi-bar jacquard raschel machine. The new machine produces stretch and non-stretch all-over lace and tapes, along with light and elegant lace creations in sync with fashion trends. Karl Mayer is known for its high-end warping and knitting machines and is headquartered in Germany.

The configuration of the guide bars on this machine is mainly responsible for the versatility of the machine. The MJ models have one jacquard bar and three ground guide bars for optionally processing elastane, one of which works the stitches.

Knitting elastane in the ground is nothing new, but there was little demand for it on the volume-oriented market of the past and also meant that the yarn feed had to be modified. A high level of technical know-how is important. Valentina Krel, who works in textile product development at Karl Mayer, discovered during the course of processing trials that lightweight elastane cannot currently be processed because it is not strong enough.

Processing elastane with very high yarn counts in both the ground and pattern bars requires further knitting trials to be carried out in order to be able to fully utilise the speed potential of the machine.

So far, textile product innovations in the Leisuree.Fashion sector have been extremely promising. At one of Karl Mayer’s 80th anniversary celebrations, an unusual, stretch fabric for shapewear brands was being produced on an MJ 52/1 S. This fabric is lighter and more feminine than normal fabrics, creates transparent and opaque effects and, with its relief-like, superimposed design, is reminiscent of lace. A dense fabric with a light, two-way-stretch ground produced by the jacquard bar and the stitch-forming ground bar at the rear was also being produced on the MJ 52/1 S. Valentina Krel is currently working on customer trials involving the production of pre-made-up items directly on the machine. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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