warp knitting


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warp knitting

[′wȯrp ‚nid·iŋ]
(textiles)
A knitting process in which a group of yarns form rows running lengthwise by an interlocking process.
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KARL MAYER is a world leader in its business fields of warp knitting machines, technical textiles and warp preparation.
For example, the WEFTRONIC(r) II HKS is a high-performance warp knitting machine with weft insertion to match the courses.
The company also said it has showcased conversion possibilities for projectile weaving machines as well as the possibility of further warp beam frames that can be placed behind either weaving or warp knitting machines.
In Germany, warp knitting, warp preparation and weaving machinery specialist Karl Mayer has taken over Sucker-Muller, which builds machinery for preparing warps used in weaving.
In Knitting, Groz-Beckert presented its product portfolio for the technologies circular knitting, warp knitting and flat knitting, as well as customer-specific solutions.
Tenders are invited for Retender Of Bi_Axial Warp Knitting Machine With Weft Insertion
Fixing threads are arranged to join the warp and weft threads and the fixing threads are applied by warp knitting to form thread meshes, the thread meshes are then arranged to extend around the warp threads over the entire length of the warp threads and around the weft threads in regions in which the warp threads and weft threads intersect.
details of trends in knitting capacity, production, and investments in circular knitting, warp knitting, hosiery knitting, flat knitting, fully fashioned knitting and speciality knitting
These warp knitting machines with two needle bars produce spacer textiles that have become firm favourites for manufacturing the footwear worn by sports enthusiasts and fashion-conscious people alike.
Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Bi-Axial Warp Knitting Machine (With Weft Insertion) At Atira
One technology, the Maliwatt warp knitting technology, describes the introduction of a stitching yarn system into a base substrate for purposes of adding strength, aesthetic appeal or as a method of bonding various substrates.
located in Fuzhou is one of the leading Chinese manufacturers of high-speed multibar Raschel warp knitting machinery.