“Cotton Lace and Extraordinary Powernet Fabrics”, KARL MAYER’s Latest Developments Worked on the ML 46.
Obertshausen, Germany – The ML 46 is one of the most versatile lace raschel machines in the product range of the leading warp knitting machine manufacturer, KARL MAYER. This Multibar Lace machine can be used for producing ethnic clothing, such as saris, as well as for manufacturing lace curtains and delicate lace fabrics for the lingerie […]Read More →
Obertshausen, Germany – The burn-out technique has become well established for use in the all-over patterning of large areas of textiles. In the field of window fashions in particular, the furnishing fabrics are widely used as an in-between between transparent net curtains and heavy drapes. Warp-knitted, burnt-out fabrics produced on an HKS 4 for manufacturing […]Read More →
Obertshausen, Germany – KARL MAYER’s three-bar high-speed tricot machines are more flexible than virtually any other warp knitting machine range and sells well all over the world. These all-round machines have found a growing market in Turkey in particular. The production of upholstery fabrics on KARL MAYER’s three-bar HKS and DS machines – efficient, high-quality […]Read More →
Obertshausen, Germany – The lace shown below is full of surprises. At first glance, it appears opulent and hand-made but, on closer inspection, it has a filigree look, especially in the filled-in pattern areas. The style of this baroque design is reminiscent of Flanders lace. A feature of this construction, which is also known as […]Read More →
Obertshausen, Germany – Two-bar, high-speed tricot machines can now produce plain warp-knitted textiles even more efficiently. KARL MAYER launched the HKS 2-M onto the market at this year’s ITMA ASIA + CITME fair in June, thus presenting a machine that is roughly 20% faster than its predecessor. At a working width of 180″, the HKS […]Read More →
Obertshausen, Germany – KARL MAYER’s lace raschel machines are extremely productive yet flexible, and unleash their full potential thanks to their clever special features, which are being improved and optimised all the time. The latest developments include the introduction of a flexible patternguide finger system that enables the company’s clients to mount the patternguide fingers […]Read More →
India / Germany – India is an important market for KARL MAYER. This traditional textile country is currently the second most important sales region for its Warp Preparation Business Unit. In some sectors, such as direct beaming and sizing machines, KARL MAYER has a market share of more than 90%. KARL MAYER opened its first […]Read More →
Obertshausen, Germany – The first Multibar Lace machine with a working width of 210″ delivered to India started its operation on 26 May – receiving the applause of Vasantbhai Jirawala and of his guests. The President of Zenith Silk Mills Pvt. Ltd. had purchased this lace raschel machine with the large working width for his […]Read More →
Germany / China – High expectations accompanied the KARL MAYER team to this year’s trade fair for textile machines ITMA ASIA + CITME in Shanghai – and all these expectations have even been exceeded. The experts of this German textile machinery manufacturer received a huge rush of visitors from a lot of countries around the world. […]Read More →
KARL MAYER Exhibits at ITMA ASIA + CITME, with a Multibar Lace Machine with a Working Width of 210″ at an In-House Show.
China / Germany – KARL MAYER is not only showing at this year’s ITMA ASIA + CITME trade fair in the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (hall E3, stand D01), it will also be exhibiting at an in-house show at its subsidiary in Changzhou City, Jiangsu Province. This customer event will take place on June […]Read More →