Karl Mayer will present Stoll to its customers in China from 17 to 19 December – it’s the first time the flat knitting specialist has been showcased in the country as a part of the Karl Mayer Group.
The event will be held in Karl Mayer China facility in Changzhou City, Jiangsu Province, where the company will feature a range of Stoll’s latest innovation for flat knitting and also new offerings from Karl Mayer’s warp knitting business.
The main highlight of the event will be BMS 52 ki in gauge E14 and E12 for the production of Fully Fashion knitwear.
Also, Stoll fully automated workflow for the production of a customised baby bib using a range of knitelligence components such as STOLL-artwork, STOLL-CPS, STOLL-autocreate, PPS and APM.
Visitors will be allowed to customise their own baby bib by printing Stoll’s template (format A4 with settings on real size). The users will be able to do that at their home by simply placing baby hand or footprint in the square and bringing it to the show.
In the knit & wear sector, Stoll will display the ADF 830-24 ki W, described as an ‘All In One’ machine featuring 24 motorised yarn carriers for innovative and individualised knit & wear patterns.
Then there will be the CMS 830 ki, the ideal machine for knit & wear basics which is now available in a new gauge of E10.2.
Furthermore, the company will be offering demonstration of knitrobotic technology, ADF 530-32 ki BcW, a high-tech and multifunctional ADF machine with a knitrobotic-kit that enables a fully automated insertion of pieces and materials during the knitting process.
In pattern designing, the company will present the Stoll-CPS (Connective Pattern Software), featuring new tools to reduce the knitwear manufacturers’ time to market.
The event will further have seminars including one entitled Faster From (Concept) To (Store), which is Stoll’s new collection.
The participants will also learn how to redesign Stoll samples from patternshop.stoll.com to create completely new pieces.