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Mayer & Cie Launches BasicLine Jersey Machines

Mayer & Cie. GmbH & Co. KG, Germany, has introduced its BasicLine series of jersey machines, which includes two models with 30- to 38-inch diameters.

The S4-3.2 single-jersey machine, offered in gauges E18 to E32, produces two- and four-needle structures and single-jersey plated for a full range of apparel weights. The machine accommodates up to four needle types for three needle positions each, and also can change over to three-thread fleece.

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Mayer & Cie.'s BasicLine D4-2.2double jersey machine

The D4-2.2 double-jersey machine, offered in gauges E18 to E28 and E32, features 2.2 feeders per inch and cams for two-needle types in the cylinder and dial cam, with extension possible to four-needle tracks in the cylinder. To change over to a different construction, the operator can replace complete segments using the MCT Quick Change system. The machines central stitch-forming adjustment reduces setting times and simplifies operation, the company reports.

Both models feature high-precision Mayer & Cie. ceramic yarn feeders to aid elastomer and man-made fiber yarn processing, and an open-width device for crease-free takedown. The takedown utilizes a wrapping winder mechanism and MCT trapezoidal spreader and can accommodate fabric bales with diameters of up to 480 millimeters. A fabric takedown for layering also is available. The D4-2.2 double-jersey machine, offered in gauges E18 to E28 and E32, features 2.2 feeders per inch and cams for two-needle types in the cylinder and dial cam, with extension possible to four-needle tracks in the cylinder. To change over to a different construction, the operator can replace complete segments using the MCT Quick Change system. The machine’s central stitch-forming adjustment reduces setting times and simplifies operation, the company reports.

Both models feature high-precision Mayer & Cie. ceramic yarn feeders to aid elastomer and man-made fiber yarn processing, and an open-width device for crease-free takedown. The takedown utilizes a wrapping winder mechanism and MCT trapezoidal spreader and can accommodate fabric bales with diameters of up to 480 millimeters. A fabric takedown for layering also is available.

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