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Karl Mayer to show latest innovations at Febratex
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Jul '18
Courtesy: Karl Mayer
Courtesy: Karl Mayer
Karl Mayer, Germany’s leading textile machinery manufacturer, is set to show its latest innovations for the entire global production chain at Febratex trade fair. The company will be seen on stand 67/68/81/82, sector 1, street 6, at the leading textile industry event, which will be held from August 21 to 24, 2018, at the German Village Park, in Brazil.

The global company will be showcasing its warp knitting business unit on the stand of its regional agent, MBR - Máquinas Têxteis Bernhard eRampani. One of the first high-speed tricot machines, type HKS 3-M, with a working width of 130” and featuring the KAMCOS 2 computer platform, will be on show. The warp preparation business unit will also be exhibiting at Febratex 2018 on an info-stand showcasing products that can be manufactured on a variety of machines and equipment for producing warp beams.

Karl Mayer is also targeting its exhibits at weft knitting companies at Febratex. In Blumenau, an HKS 3-M will be processing elastane to produce a stretch filet fabric for use in sportswear. This product and the performance of the machine are designed to offer producers of weft-knitted fabrics an attractive, alternative technology. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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