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Karl Mayer’s product feature at ISPO Munich

The new development, 4D-Knit.Solutions was illustrating what can be achieved with double-bar raschel technology for 3D warp-knitted textiles. With their unique, three-dimensional, cushioning construction, these voluminous fabrics offer a new level of design potential. Ready-made panels, e.g. entire back components for use in mid-layer jackets, can be produced, as well as imaginative designs with pronounced sculptured effects, and combinations of 4D effects and breathable openings.

 

Karl Mayers product feature at ISPOFollowing its first successful time exhibiting at ISPO Munich 2019, Karl Mayer will attend the next edition of fair that will take place from January 26-29, 2020. The company will showcase functional, warp-knitted textiles and smart, on-trend lingerie and clothing items for its visitors. 

Textile solutions for sportswear

The highlights of Karl Mayer’s stand include an ECG shirt for measuring vital signs. This garment, which features integrated sensor technology, was developed under the concept of Textile Circuit in the company’s Textile Makerspace and was premiered at ITMA 2019 to a highly interested audience. The sensors have been upgraded for the ISPO show. One of the reasons for doing this was to improve the wear comfort. The electrically conductive material required is incorporated directly into the textile on the warp knitting machine in the desired arrangement.Karl Mayers product feature at ISPO Munich

Simultaneously there will be a presentation of warp-knitted textiles that have been especially developed to meet the requirements of the sports sector. These include lightweight, stable mesh linings, hardwearing shoe fabrics, stylish 4-way-stretch fabrics with breathability and compression characteristics, a variety of tricot fabrics with decorative, striped patterns, and warp-knitted spacer textiles for a range of end-uses.

The new development, 4D-Knit.Solutions was illustrating what can be achieved with double-bar raschel technology for 3D warp-knitted textiles. With their unique, three-dimensional, cushioning construction, these voluminous fabrics offer a new level of design potential. Ready-made panels, e.g. entire back components for use in mid-layer jackets, can be produced, as well as imaginative designs with pronounced sculptured effects, and combinations of 4D effects and breathable openings. Different fabric weights can also be produced. Thanks to the internal cushioning, the cuddlesome fabrics provide good insulation, without any micro-particles being produced – performance characteristics that are tailor-made for functional garments and shoes.

 Design aesthetics of Karl Mayer’s machines can be exploited optimally by linking them to KM.ON’s digital systems. The digital products and software of this Karl Mayer start-up will also be at the center of the ISPO presentation. In particular, the features of the k. The innovation product category is revolutionising warp knitting with an intuitive design tool, which reduces the time-to-market considerably. A special feature of k. Innovation is the possibility of web-based collaboration between different partners involved in the project. All the designers, customers and suppliers involved in producing the sample patterns have access to the same data – enabling them to engage easily with the development process.

Under the concept of Body Mapping Revolution, Karl Mayer will be showing the potential of The Rascheltronic for producing new, virtually seamless, comfortable clothing for wearing during active sports or for every day. Design edges and hems, as well as functional zones can be worked during actual production on this versatile machine. Breathable mesh designs, stable areas, and zones with different elastic moduli for providing support and a perfect fit can be placed wherever they are needed.

 

 
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