KARL MAYER is inviting the sector to an exchange of ideas at Techtextil, stand 3.0/E 18, 14.-17.5.2019 in Frankfurt and to explore the latest RACOP-NW at the In-house Show in Obertshausen.
At the Techtextil 2019 in Frankfurt am Main, KARL MAYER will be demonstrating warp-knitted textiles in Hall 3.0/E 18, with an exceptional level of performance. KARL MAYER is also a trendsetter in the area of digitisation. The manufacturer has grouped all its digital solutions under the KM.ON brand and also presents them at its Techtextil booth.
In addition, KARL MAYER invites to an In-house Show accompanying the fair at its headquarter in Obertshausen. The event is easily accessible by bus transfer and will be premiering a nonwovens machine RACOP-NW.
|14 – 17 May 2019
Hall 3.0/E 18
|14 – 17 May 2019
KARL MAYER Obertshausen
With the Vietnam Textile & Garment Industry Expo, SaigonTex for short, the most important trade show for the Vietnamese textile industry takes place from 10 to 13 April 2019 – in a market that is still developing rapidly. That Mahlo GmbH is the perfect partner for a successful future, visitor can make sure of at booth A1 1G-8. The German machine builder will present straightening technology and concepts for process control together with its sales and service partner Thach Anh Vang Co.
The strategy of the Vietnamese textile industry includes offering high quality products to reasonable prices. That is why producers always are on the lookout for new technology. Mahlo provides the perfect solutions for that. The automatic weft straightener Orthopac RVMC-15 unites over 70 years of experience in machine building with latest developments. The result is the Mahlo-invented opto-electronic scanner for distortion detection using an oscillating lens and a re-engineered digital signal processor. It is probably the most sensitive and versatile system in the market.
In the area of process control, Mahlo introduces the Optipac VMC-15. The modular system optimizes drying or fixing processes as well as the processes all around the stenter. Translated to the service life of a stenter, the energy costs amount to roughly 10 million euro. With the right straightening ad control technology, up to 30 % of this sum can be saved. For Mahlo clients, that means they can save several million euros by investing in a Mahlo process control system.
In order to inform decision makers in Vietnam concretely and effectively about the advantages of Mahlo solutions, Mahlo’s Area Sales Manager Stephan Kehry and the trade show team welcome interested visitors at booth A1 1G-8.
You can find further details here.
Mahlo America Inc. is ready for two important trade shows in its target markets on home soil. At the IDEA show for nonwovens, held from 25 to 28 March in Miami, Mahlo presents on-line measurement solutions for the nonwoven industry that include basis weight, thickness, moisture, coating add-on, density, and air permeability. Coater and converter can get acquainted with the machine builder’s technology for controlling production of films, foils and paper at the ICE from 9 to 11 April in Louisville, Kentucky.
“One of the devices featured at IDEA will be the non-contact laser sensor Calipro DML that is part of our web gauging system Qualiscan QMS-12”, Alan Lavore, Executive Vice President of Mahlo America Inc., explains. By determining the exact distance between the gauging sensor and the product surface, the Calipro DML measures thickness or coating thickness of various materials, including all types of nonwovens. Also on display is the new solid state infrared sensor Infralot IMF-15 for non-nuclear measurement of basis weight, moisture, and coating add-on. The sensor is available in a reflection or transmission version. While other filter wheel systems have to measure the wavelengths for dry (reference) and wet conditions with a time delay, Mahlo’s new simultaneous filter measures all wavelengths simultaneously and at the same spot. This eliminates measurement inaccuracies and allows a same-spot measurement of reference and absorption resonances.
The Infralot IMF, however, is not only a great help for nonwoven fabricants. At ICE, coater and converter can convince themselves of its necessity in a smooth production process. The device helps to gauge and regulate extrusion coatings, aqueous coatings, moisture, and film thickness. For special cases such as very thin films, Mahlo America presents the sensors Optoscope WLI. With the help of white-light interference phenomenon, the sensor is able to measure varnish coats down to a thickness of 0.4 µm.
Equipped with these or other Mahlo systems, fabricants can reduce the use of energy and raw material while increasing product quality at the same time. That can make the difference between them and their competition. The experts at each trade show are happy to give detailed information.
The first of three ICE days is Munich is already over… We say thank you to all the visitors at our booth A5/1510 for all the lively discussions and new acquaintences.
Our experienced and highly motivated trade show team is ready for two more days at one of the most important specialist exhibitions. The stand personnell will inform on quality control solutions for determining crucial parameters such as basis weight, moisture, thickness,…
We are looking forward to meeting you at booth no. A5 / 1510. Experience the latest trends and developments of our web gauging system Qualiscan QMS.
The converting industry continues its successful road: products made from different from different web-based materials such as paper, film, foil and nonwovens are more popular than ever. Especially individualized and high-functional goods are increasingly in demand. Another important topic is the growing trend for recyclable products and a sustainable production that lead to major changes in the converting industry. To discover the latest trends and innovation in coating and converting processes, experts are meeting at the 11th edition of ICE Europe in Munich.
ICE Europe covers the main areas and manufacturing processes of converting of flexible, web-based materials, such as paper, film, foil and nonwovens. For the first time, the trade show dedicates an area to special films and extrusion processes. They are used in a wide range of applications such as medical technology, batteries, construction or healthcare and open up new markets for the converting industry.
For more information on ICE, visit: www.ice-x.com/europe/2019/english/
Our Area Sales Manager Matthias Wulbeck and his team will advise you personally to all challenges posed by this topic.
The traversing quality control system Qualiscan QMS is the perfect tool for the demanding manufacturer. It offers non-nuclear sensors plus responsive, professional technical support, and the most reliable, well-built scanning platforms in the industry.
Leading international trade fair for technical textiles and nonwovens
From 14 to 17 May 2019, international exhibitors will be presenting the entire spectrum of technical textiles, functional apparel textiles and textile technologies at Techtextil in Frankfurt am Main. Texprocess, the leading trade fair for the garment manufacturing and textile processing industry, will take place at the same time as Techtextil.
Our stand location: Hall 3 stand B21
KARL MAYER impressed its visitors with an innovative show at ITMA ASIA + CITME and presented the future of warp knitting – digital, sustainable and technically innovative.
The combination of new technologies, such as 3D printing, and the traditional textile sector opens up many opportunities for product development. To explore these possibilities is the aim of the workshop called „Additive manufacturing for the textile industry“. The event took place for the first time in January 2018, it was extremely successful and will now be repeated.
The next workshop will take place on 13th May 2019, which is the day before the start of Techtextil in Frankfurt/Main. In its role as host, the cooperation partner KARL MAYER will again make its premises available to the event. The organizer, the Textile Research Institute Thüringen-Vogtland e. V. (TITV), expects roughly 100 guests. Nine speakers from research and practice will highlight the topic of „Additive manufacturing“ in particular. In this respect, the company ViscoTec Pumpen- und Dosiertechnik GmbH will give a lecture on viscous media of the future, Heraeus Noblelight will present IR emitters, and DFKI will provide a contribution on the subject of „Additive manufacturing of modules and housings for electronic components on textile“. Besides, Pedex GmbH will deliver a speech on materials for filaments for FFF-3D printing.
During the programme accompanying the event, KARL MAYER will present the new premises of its Academy. The company’s own qualification site will only move to the new rooms in April 2019. Moreover, the visitors will have the chance to gain first insights into the manufacturer’s TEXTILE MAKERSPACE. An exhibition with offers from industry and research on additive manufacturing will round off this workshop.
More information about the event under https://www.karlmayer.com/de/additive-fertigung-in-der-textilindustrie/.
You can still send your application to Mrs. Siegl under: email@example.com.
KARL MAYER is showcasing warp-knitted textiles having an exceptional level of performance in hall 3.0/E 18 at Techtextil 2019 in Frankfurt. On show will be products with integrated electrical conductivity and shaping characteristics from the new TEXTILE MAKERSPACE platform, an extremely efficient textile solution for protecting buildings, and a completely new generation of warp-knitted spacer textiles. KARL MAYER is also inviting people to attend an in-house show, to be held at the same time as the fair, at its headquarters in nearby Obertshausen. This event is easily accessible by bus transfer and will be premiering a new nonwovens machine for the visitors. KARL MAYER is also a trendsetter in the field of digitisation. This manufacturer has grouped all its digital solutions under the KM.ON brand, and will also be showcasing this system on its stand at the Techtextil.
RAPID TEXTILE– the quick way to new solutions
Textiles with an excellent performance and lower manufacturing costs can be produced by combining the possibilities of additive production with warp knitting technology. Examples of this include warp knits functionalised by 3D printing and these are being presented at Techtextil.
KARL MAYER has grouped together all its activities relating to the use of new technologies and innovative products under the concept of RAPID TEXTILE. They form part of the TEXTILE MAKERSPACE system, a platform that offers the space to try things out, develop new products and think outside the box.
TEXTILE CIRCUIT – the quick way to electrifying designs
Electrically conductive textiles are a hot topic at the moment and can be produced in a variety of different ways. The easiest method is to directly incorporate conductive yarns during fabric production on the machine.
TEXTILE CIRCUIT, another element of TEXTILE MAKERSPACE, shows the potential of warp knitting here. Conductive zones offering maximum flexibility in terms of geometry, dimensions and location can be produced on KARL MAYER’s multibar raschel machines. Examples include inductive charging stations and the remote control of robots, and these are being demonstrated at Techtextil.
New solutions for patterns with plastic effects
Double-bar raschel machines have become firmly established in the production of warp-knitted spacer textiles featuring a variety of designs. A new model is now enabling completely new designs to be produced, i.e. warp-knitted textiles with decorative, relief surfaces. Instead of the spacer layer, three-dimensional design elements are worked on the upper and lower sides. The designs can be shaped and positioned almost without any restrictions, and can be combined with openwork designs. This is opening up a new dimension in near-net-shaped production in particular.
Security panels made from weft-inserted warp-knitted textiles – efficient cut protection for buildings and vehicles
Burglars frequently use chainsaws and drills during attempted break-ins, but they can be stopped effectively by a new type of patented security panel with weft-inserted warp-knitted textiles in the core. On contact with the cut-resistant textiles, the rotating tools quickly release large amounts of fibres from the material. These become entangled and the tool is stopped. The highly effective security panels are also very light and can be applied very easily to e.g. security doors, armoured vehicles, vaults and cash machines.
New raschel machine for web bonding – more opportunities on the nonwovens market
A model in the new RACOP-NW series will be demonstrated at an in-house show in Obertshausen at the same time as Techtextil. This efficient nonwovens machine produces stitch-bonded nonwovens from feed webs, a technology that offers many advantages. This process produces nonwovens having textile characteristics, such as elasticity and voluminosity, which is not the case when using chemical bonding agents. Furthermore, much less energy is consumed compared to thermal processes. In addition to these general advantages, the new RACOP-NW model also offers an exceptional cost:benefit ratio. It is also extremely flexible and can, therefore, be used in a variety of applications. A RACOP-NW, 160″, gauge E 14, is producing a textile for the application area heating textiles at the in-house show.