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KARL MAYER’s new raschel machine for nonwoven bonding
KARL MAYER launches new raschel machine for nonwoven bonding at an in-house show in Obertshausen at Techtextil in Frankfurt. KARL MAYER invited the sector to visit its Stand at Techtextil in Frankfurt.
Warp-knitted fabrics for net curtains
The RJPC 4 F-NN jacquard raschel machine with fall plate, the RSE 4-1 raschel machine and various types of high-speed tricot machines can be used to produce warp-knitted fabrics for the net curtain sector.
The fabric makes a sofa
A high-fashion look for upholstery fabrics can be produced on the new RASCHELTRONIC.
Since the emergence of the athleisure trend, it has become clear that various synergies existing between specific segments of the textile sector can be exploited. For example, lingerie lace is being incorporated into the shirts of women runners, and functional materials are being used in sexy briefs. Home and household textiles can also profit from the transfer of ideas from one sector to another. For example, the possibilities offered by typical warp knitting machines used in the clothing sector are now bringing a touch of flamboyance to the home.
Karl Mayer lines up events for 80th anniversary
Karl Mayer, a leading textile machinery manufacturer, which is celebrating its 80th anniversary, will be demonstrating its progress-orientation by a series of events to take place, among others, at the company’s headquarters.
The charm of transparency, fabrics for the future
According to the "Moods Spring-Summer 2015" cards published by the Deutsches-Mode Institut, DMI (German Fashion Institute), ultra-lightweight textiles are the latest trend in both the sportswear and haute couture sectors.
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