A part of KARL MAYER, STOLL offers flat knitting solutions and is expanding its product range for the volume market with CMS 503 ki. CMS 503 ki, with three knitting systems, provides more productivity than its neighbour in the range, the CMS 502 ki, and covers the same range of applications as the latter. The innovation, which started mass production in April, will be exhibited for the first time at KARL MAYER Group’s stand number 714 A in Hall 7 at ITM to be held at Tüyap Fair and Congress Center in Istanbul on June 14-18, 2022.
Area Sales Manager Lutz Vogel said that numerous Turkish flat knitters have been investing in the various CMS 530 and CMS 502 generations for years in order to successfully expand their businesses and that their customers are now eagerly awaiting the new CMS 503 ki.
CMS 503 ki responds to the special requirements of the modern digital age
CMS 503 ki, equipped with STOLL’s proven technology, is as easy to handle as ever and operates with high reliability. A wide range of fully fashion articles can be produced with maximum efficiency with low operating effort and high operational reliability. CMS 503 ki, prepared for the special requirements of the modern digital age with the new knitelligence® machine generation, includes process automation, transparency, digitization, faster response times, shorter production cycles, networking, and new business models that open up completely new opportunities. The CMS 503 ki is offered in gauges E3,5.2, E7.2, E14/12 and can other gauges can be requested.
The CMS 530 ki enables an optimal combination of “knit/transfer/knit” with structured, distribution and racking patterns, making it ideal for high-level, flexible production, even when knitting intarsia patterns. The 4” rack and short setup and setup times offered as standard provide a significant advantage when tying. It ensures a reduced, constant thread tension thanks to Friction Feed Wheels. An optimum yarn supply device for a maximum number of threads, only possible in combination with lateral thread feeding for ADF models.