Warp Knitted Solutions For E-Textile Applications (Wearable USA 2018)

Ms Sophia Krinner, Business Unit Warp Knitting
Karl Mayer Textilmaschinenfabrik GmbH
Germany
 

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Presentation Summary

This talk will illustrate possibilities for the field of e-textiles by warp knitted products.
Already today highly functional products in the fields of active & sportswear, lingerie, outerwear, automotive and agricultural fabrics are based on warp knitted materials.
During this highly productive production process fabrics can be functionalized, therefore warp knitted fabrics will enrich the chances of e-textiles and change the market.

Speaker Biography (Sophia Krinner)

Sophia Krinner
M.Sc. Textile Technology
 
2009-2013 Bachelor program in Textile Design at Hof University, Germany
Specializing in textile production technologies
 
2013-2014 Researcher at Institute of Material Science, Hof, Germany
Specializing in metallization of textile surfaces
 
2014-2016 Master program in Textile Technology at Hochschule Niederrhein, Germany
Specializing in warp knitting technology
 
2016- Textile Development at KARL MAYER Textilmaschinenfabrik GmbH,
Obertshausen, Germany
Functionalization of warp knitted structures

Company Profile (Karl Mayer Textilmaschinenfabrik GmbH)

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KARL MAYER is technology and market leader as well as driving force for innovations in textile machinery building. The manufacturer offers perfect solutions for warp knitting, technical textiles and warp preparation for weaving. The success of its international customers is of utmost importance to KARL MAYER. Therefore, it has always been the company's aim to provide its clients with the best economical and technical products and services and to offer innovations which bring fresh impetus to the textile world.
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