Karl Mayer’s products have a very good price-performance ratio and they minimise the making-up effort.
This includes especially plain Raschel fabrics with seamlessly incorporated, lace-like decoration tapes, which do not require hem on leg cut outs and waistband. For manufacturers of shoe fabrics, the double-bar Raschel machine with piezo-jacquard technology offers wide-ranging patterning possibilities. Contours and functional details such as stabilisation structures are created directly during the warp knitting process. The weft-insertion warp knitting machine produces a fine, transparent product with an irregularly puffed-up fancy yarn. The finished curtain article resembles a woven fabric in its look, but is produced much more efficiently and without the elaborate sizing process. The new terry tricot machine has up to 250 per cent higher output than air-jet weaving machines, consumes 87 per cent less energy and production without a sizing process. The ISO Elastic 42/21 is an efficient DS machine for the midrange segment for elastane warping on sectional beams. This is geared towards the standard business in terms of speed, application width and price, and offers a high-quality fabric appearance.
Karl Mayer’s software start-up KM.On presents digital solutions for customers‘ support. This young company offers developments in eight product categories, and it has already been successful on the market with digital innovations on the topics of service, patterning and management.