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Shima Seiki to showcase SRY123L at Techtextil
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Apr '15
Japanese computerised knitting machine manufacturer Shima Seiki is showcasing the SRY123L, its latest innovation for the field of technical textiles at Techtextil in Hall 6, Level 1, Stand C-52.

SRY123LP features loop presser beds mounted atop conventional needle beds, that provides improved control over press down of individual loops.

“This present’s unprecedented capability especially with partial knitting patterns and inlay patterns,” Shima Seiki explained in a press release.

Inlay fabric is produced by inserting yarn into existing knit fabric in a weave fashion, opening opportunities for expansion into markets for wovens.

It added, “Inlay also suppresses typical stretch characteristics of knitted fabrics, and since new materials such as metallic and monofilament yarns can be used for inlay structures, new applications in industrial textiles are realised.”

Examples of technical textiles produced on SRY123LP will be on display, as well as other samples produced on other knitting machines, including those utilising its Wholegarment knitting technology.

According to Shima Seiki, Wholegarment is capable of producing knitted items in their entirety on the machine, and allows 3D forms and tubing to be produced without sewing.

The latest version of Shima Seiki’s SDS-ONE APEX3 3D design system will also be available for demonstrations in design and simulation of various technical textiles. (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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