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Obertshausen - Karl Mayer Technical Textiles will demonstrate its technology's ability to produce high-quality reinforcement textiles at the upcoming JEC World show in Paris.

Visitors to the company's information stand, Hall 5, Q 58 will discover the latest applications for the COP MAX 4, a flexible multi-axial warp knitting machine intended for the manufacture of multilayered, multi-axial structures with angles ranging between maximum +20° and -20° as well as the COP MAX 5, which is especially designed for processing carbon fibres.

For the efficient spreading of fibre tapes, the company will be displaying its fibre spreading unit UD 700. The guests can gather information on the high-tech machines by means of video presentations, print media and during discussions with the Karl Mayer specialists, and they can also learn more about the technical features.

Moreover, visitors will have the opportunity to get information on the latest development trends regarding the production of continuous fibre reinforced thermoplastic tapes.

A further focal point of the exhibition will be the Karl Mayer Webshop Spare Parts, with customers from the technical textiles sector having the opportunity to try out on the spot how easy it is to place orders by using Karl Mayer’s proven online tool.

At JEC World, scheduled 12 to 14 March Karl Mayer can be found in Hall 5, Stand Q 58 of the Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Center.


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