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The TL 71/1/36 - a filmable performance for an Oscar prizewinner
With the new Textronic® Lace from KARL MAYER Spiga GmbH is further on the road to success
Nowadays the lace expert is working in new production rooms at the company site in Flöha/Falkenau, and is continuing with its expansion policy. The latest acquisition is a TL 71/1/36.
Spiga GmbH decided to invest in KARL MAYER's new Textronic® Lace in order to be able to translate the increasingly multifarious designs of its customers even more efficiently into reality in the future as well. The machine with more than six strings behind the fall-plate and a 40% increase in efficiency over the the multibar Textronic® models was installed in February 2009, and subsequently it was tested comprehensively with all its production potential. The company technicians fully examined the extended patterning possibilities of the machine, tested different effects, checked the fabric quality, looked at how the machine handled, paying attention to the efficiency, and were finally satisfied.
Now the TL 71/1/36 works on a three-shift system in Falkenau, producing typical Textronic® patterns for the time being. The Asian set-out in particular can be efficiently converted with a separable border in the middle. 'Now we are coming to the point where we are developing new lace qualities,' declared company director Nico Mach. 'The TL 71/1/36 has a great deal of latent potential which we can utilize to set trends in patterning. Here I'm thinking in particular about producing functional technical effects, and the stimulus must come from the designers,' said the businessman. Moreover, in the translation of innovative ideas, Spiga does not just stay with what is creative - the manufacturer also has the whole of its know-how and its plant capacity to offer, especially its new Textronic® Lace.
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