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Karl Mayer’s warp-knitted textiles
Karl Mayer will showcase warp-knitted textiles having exceptional level of performance at Techtextil 2019. Textiles with excellent performance and lower manufacturing costs can be produced by combining possibilities of additive production with warp knitting technology. Examples include warp knits functionalised by 3D printing.
First stretch warp-knitted textile from Tencel(®) yarn
With its special collection based on Tencel lyocell fibre, LE Textile GmbH is offering a soft, supple handle, the typical look of a natural-fibre product, and outstanding comfort. These soft fabrics also offer advantages for the environment. LE Textile has focused on the environmental aspects in its use of materials and production processes. LE Textile has been known for some time on the market under its old name of Elastic Textile Europe. This company, which is based in Neukirchen, produces stretch fabrics and lace for lingerie, swimwear and sportswear. Products produced by LE Textile are also used in the medical sector and industry, e.g.: in the automotive sector.
Knitted fabrics for industrial application
The rapid increase in market potential for industrial textiles and its application has led high profile manufacturers to develop specialised fabric for knitting and serve the end purpose efficiently in sectors such as agriculture, construction, geotextiles, automotive, protective apparel and electronics, affirms Abdulwahid Dadhiwale.
Karl Mayer revamps RD machines
Warp-knitted spacer fabrics produced on the RD 6/1-12 and RD 7/2-12 (EL) are absolutely indispensable nowadays for use as upholstery fabrics and shoe textiles.