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Karl Mayer Webshop Spare Parts offers new functions online
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Dec '16
Courtesy: Karl Mayer
Courtesy: Karl Mayer
Germany’s leading textile machinery manufactuer, Karl Mayer, has announced that the company’s Webshop Spare Parts is set to offer more advantages, with extended functions and contents of its online platform for supplying spare parts. The online platform for the quick and easy ordering of spare parts was launched onto the market at ITMA 2015.

The Webshop is easy to use and the availability is completely transparent: anything listed is also ready for dispatch. From the middle of October 2016, the range of products available to order has been extended to include pattern discs and chains. Another new feature of the Webshop Spare Parts is that it gives users various rights of use. On the basis of a defined authorisation key, specific authorisation is given to read, store and order articles, so that the customers can retain their internal buying procedures and manage them optimally.

During the course of analysis of the system, the ordering process and especially checking the lapping, proved to be the most time-consuming factors. To remedy this situation, specialists in software and applications developed algorithms for automatically checking the input data and lappings. Simple menu navigation completes the new Webshop functions and makes ordering pattern discs and chains easy.

To start the ordering process, it is simply a question of using the stored machine list or inputting the machine number. The technical configuration, such as the amount of motions and the gauge, is inserted, the bars for the pattern disc are selected, the repeat length is specified, and finally the lapping is inserted, and just a few seconds later, the right control device is added to the basket. The lapping check stored in the process is done very quickly and accurately. If there are any incompatibilities with the machine or any difficulties with technical feasibility, the enquiry basket can be used. This enables the customer to order pattern discs and chains easily at any time of the day, without the risk of making any errors, and also allows them to react even better to rapidly changing fashion trends.

The filter function, displaying of the customer’s own machine data, managing documents for making enquires and placing orders and the retrievable online catalogue are seen as the real added-value features of the Webshop. The buying platform can also be accessed using mobile devices. (GK)

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