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Pailung: Leading manufacturer of knitting machines
Pailung today is already a leading knitting machine manufacturer in the world, and Pailung will continue its efforts to in innovation. In addition, Pailung will apply its experience and maintain its traditions to create a new era for the knitting industry in the 21st century.
STOLL opens second construction section
Official start of the construction for the development centre was on July 26, 2019. The building with bright and modern offices and meeting rooms for roughly 70 employees is expected to be completed by autumn 2020.
Karl Mayer’s Stoll acquisition complete
Stoll will continue its activities within the Karl Mayer as autonomous business unit. The brand will be carried on independently, and represents Karl Mayer’s expertise in the field of flat knitting technology.
Warp knitted power jersey for innerwear
Typical products from other textile manufacturing technologies can be used and combined with the technological advantages of warp knitted textiles – as demonstrated by the outcome of KARL MAYER’s latest textile product development.
Cifra strengthens R&D & design departments
Cifra, an Italian leader in the production of knitwear using its Warp Knit Seamless (WKS) technology, is investing in research and design, thanks to the expansion of its design department and the addition of new eco-sustainable yarn offerings.
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.
Electrifying designs & innovative E-textiles
Textiles can be used for heating, cooling and lighting. They can measure the heart rate, as well as monitor soil erosion on slopes, and can even be launched into space for use as space reflectors – as long as they are electrically conductive.
IKU award for Mayer & Cie
The Albstadt-based circular knitting machine manufacturer Mayer & Cie. has received an IKU award. The SME won a Climate and Environment Innovation Prize (IKU) for its spinitsystems spinning and knitting technology.
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