Located on a 504 square metre stand in Hall 6, Stand B3, the warp knitting business from Karl Mayer will be represented by two machines from the tricot segment: the HKS 3-M, the fourth generation of high-performance tricot machines; and the HKS 4-M EL, the high-speed all-rounder that is said to set new standards in terms of patterning possibilities and productivity. Both models will be shown in a working width of 218" and a gauge of E28 and will be demonstrated the now standard LEO feature, the latest technology for energy and therefore cost saving potential.
Karl Mayer will also be presenting its new lace machine concept LACE.EXPRESS for the first time in India. LACE.EXPRESS is described as setting new standards in terms of price-performance ratio when manufacturing garment lace.
For those interested in Technical Textiles, Karl Mayer will be offering a 'Meeting Point' with valuable information for the manufacture of reinforcement layer fabrics for composites. The fibre-reinforced composite materials are used for wide-ranging applications – from sports equipment to aircraft – as will be seen on the stand. The technical show will be complemented by decorative islands showing, among other things, attractive sari, lace and sportswear collections, video films and the presentation of the Karl Mayer Academy India.