Karl Mayer Presents Warp Preparation Machine for Direct & Sectional Warping

Karl Mayer Presents Warp Preparation Machine for Direct & Sectional Warping
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The operating principles and advantages of the DS Opto-EC were presented to the public for the first time at ITMA 2015. By watching a video presentation and by talking to Product Manager Krishna Adhikari, visitors were able to gather information about the new technology and the company’s product developers were delighted with the positive feedback.

The DS Opto-EC processes non-stretch filament yarns to produce warp beams having a wide band width. Conventional sectional warp beams with long running lengths, having a width of 21” and a diameter of 30″, can be produced efficiently by the direct warping process, according to the manufacturer. If short warps are needed for product development, the DS Opto-EC is said to offer easy handling and low costs in the sectional warping mode. Furthermore, the warp-for-warp technique is designed to enable processing tests to be carried out on expensive yarns economically.

Karl Mayer has launched the first warp preparation machine for the warp knitting sector that can offer both direct and sectional warping.

The DS Opto-EC is said to combine sectional warping in weaving preparation with direct warping in warp knitting preparation on the basis of a universal hybrid principle. The result of this clever combination is maximum flexibility and economic viability when producing warp beams for warp knitting.

Karl Mayer, a leading warp knitting machinery manufacturer, will present its new DS Opto-EC innovative warp preparation machine at ITMA ASIA + CITME that will take place in China, in October.

The machine combines sectional warping in weaving preparation with direct warping in warp knitting preparation on the basis of a universal hybrid principle. The result of this combination is said to be maximum flexibility and economic viability when producing warp beams for warp knitting.

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