Mayer & Cie.: 2 circular knitting machines

September 2002
Melliand International;Sep2002, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p196
Academic Journal
This article reports on the circular knitting machines manufactured by the Mayer and Cie. company. The OVJA 1.6 ETR willbe used to demonstrate the kinds of fabric which can be produced on a circular knitting machine. With minimal resetting times, due to the system of the company, individual needle selection in the cylinder and externally adjustable cam, the machines allow for patterning diversity with stripes and transfer and fashions in top jacquard quality with outstanding efficiency even for small production runs. The new InterRib 4-2.4 QC, a further development of the InterRib 4-needle macghine offers both knitting to a top standrad of quality as well as exemplary productivity in every weight range.


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