Warp knitting


© Groz-Beckert KG

20/09/2023 – Groz-Beckert


Warp knitting symposium in India

Groz-Beckert, Brückner, Karl Mayer and Thies invite representatives of the Indian textile industry to a symposium with presentations and discussion panels ... By  Christine Heywood

Leo Kuster (left) and Walter Wirz, founders of Crealet © Crealet

24/08/2023 – Crealet


Celebrating 20 years of customized warps

Crealet, a global leader in electronic warp feeding systems for wide and narrow fabrics, is celebrating its 20th anniversary and looks back on two decades ... By  Christine Heywood

AEI has made the decision to exit the tension control market and focus on its patented broken and tight yarn monitoring technology. Picture: YTC yarn tensioner © Karl Mayer

Appalachian Electronic Instruments and Karl Mayer Group agreed on August 2nd, 2022 that AEI will transfer their YTC yarn tensioner technology to Karl Mayer. By  Sibylle Michel

With SwapKnit, Karl Mayer offers their costumers a new, fast and flexible way to purchase lappings for the HKS 3-M ON online in order to then be able to change them at the machine directly in a few seconds only. © Karl Mayer

08/03/2022 – Warp knitting

Warp knitting

Patterning from the cloud

Karl Mayer’s first Smart Machine function revolutionizes the way of guide bar control. Pattern changes are possible in a matter of seconds trough online ... By  Sibylle Michel

Christof Naier, President of the Business Unit Warp Knitting at the Karl Mayer Group, spoke with us about warp knitting in the age of Industry 4.0. © Karl Mayer

15/11/2021 – Interview with Christof Naier

Interview with Christof Naier

The digital future of warp knitting

Christof Naier, President of the Business Unit Warp Knitting at Karl Mayer, explains what the future of warp knitting at Karl Mayer will look like. By  Sibylle Michel

Karl Mayer wants to use the new series to appeal primarily to fashion and sportswear manufacturers. © Karl Mayer

02/09/2021 – Dissolving design boundaries

Dissolving design boundaries

Karl Mayer: 4D-Knit articles in a new gauge

The low weight and soft feel of the new 4D-Knit fabrics guarantee a high level of wear comfort and are particularly suitable for the apparel sector. By  Sibylle Michel

4D Knit: The fabrics’ striking features are distinctive relief-like surface designs; the machine is based on using the double bar raschel technique. © Karl Mayer Gruppe

31/03/2021 – New design possibilities for fashion

New design possibilities for fashion

Karl Mayer: The new 4D-Knit generation

The new 4D-Knit generation of warp knitted fabrics opens up previously unknown possibilities in design and product development. by Ulrike Schlenker. By  Editorial staff