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Shima Seiki to show knitting machines at BSTIM show
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Feb '17
Shima Seiki Mfg., Ltd, leading Japanese computerised flat knitting machine manufacturer, is set to exhibit its line of computerised flat knitting machines at the upcoming Best Solutions in Textile Manufacturing Fair (BSTIM), focussing on subcontracting, textiles, fabrics, and home textiles in Igualada, Spain, on February 22 and 23, 2017, in booth 24-29.

Shima Seiki will show the latest line of computerised flat knitting machines, including those capable of Wholegarment knitting whereby an entire garment can be produced in one piece on the machine without linking or sewing. The flagship Wholegarment knitting machine MACH2XS is capable of knitting items requiring tight, high-quality fabrics in all needles, thanks to its four needle beds using the company’s original SlideNeedle.

The smaller SWG091N2 Wholegarment knitting machine provides opportunities for highly flexible Wholegarment production over a wide range of items including industrial textiles, in a compact, economical package. The novel SRY123LP computerised flat knitting machine features loop presser beds with inlay capability, offering new and exciting possibilities in knit-weave hybrid fabrics as well as technical textiles.

The benchmark SVR series, as well as the SSR series workhorse shaping machines will round out the display with the latest in Shima Seiki computerised flat knitting technology. Among these is the new SVR123SP machine with loop presser bed and inlay capability. Also shown will be the SDS-ONE APEX3 3D design system. Key to Shima Seiki’s “Total Fashion System” concept, APEX3 integrates all stages of apparel production into one smooth and efficient workflow from planning and design to production and sales promotion. With ultra-realistic product simulations, APEX3 is also capable of virtual sampling that minimises the costly time- and resource-consuming sample-making process. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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