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Knitting Trade Journal e-bulletin 10.10.14 Print
Friday, 10 October 2014

New fashion applications for jacquardtronic lace

Karl Mayer says that its new JL 65/1 B Fashion machine has been adapted to produce garments suitable for the high-end fashion sector.

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Silicone yarns used to enhance medical hosiery

Merz Maschinenfabrik, in collaboration with Italian yarn specialist LeMur and Germany?s Memminger IRO, has developed an adapted version of its CC4II machine to allow it to produce medical hosiery with an integrated ?support belt? made, for the first time, using an ultra-fine silicone yarn.

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Eco-accreditation for Lonati sock knitting machines

Lonati has received the ACIMIT ?Green Label?, the certification program which aims to identify the energy and environmental performance of textile machinery, for some of its best selling sock and hosiery knitting machines.

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New label for safe and sustainable textiles

Oeko-Tex has launched a new textile certification standard which covers both environment production guidelines and social compliance criteria.

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Sun shining on interlock market

Taiwan?s Su Da has been making great strides in its export business over recent years. As as well as gaining ground in resurgent markets such as the US, countries closer to home, such as Indonesia, are also proving to be popular destinations for its latest circular knitting technology.

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The new September-October printed edition of Knitting Trade Journal, the leading technical magazine for the global knitting sector, includes a summary of Pitti Filati, Florence.

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