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Obertshausen - Warp knitting machine builder Karl Mayer has developed a new 4-way stretch elastic fabric made from a cotton-like yarn that is targeted at the casual business wear market.

The aim of the project with Chinese man-made fibre manufacturer Shenghong was to combine the advantages of warp knitting technology with the benefits of Cottima-Q Sumitan a cotton-like yarn to produce a fabric that was flexible in all directions and therefore comfortable for any occasion.

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