Flat Knitting - Compact

Stoll Compact Class & Multi-Gauge Class

6th June 2013 0 comment
A CMS of the compact class is above all one thing: typically STOLL! It is extremely efficient for Fully Fashion, as you can select two, three or four systems as required.

Shima Seiki: NSIG122

3rd June 2010 1 comment
The Global Standard for Intarsia Knitting Shima Seiki’s NSIG is the new global standard for intarsia knitting machines, having inherited the know-how and experience accumulated over the years as the leading manufacturer of computerized flat knitting machines. Productivity is increased with a maximum knitting speed of 1.4 meters per second, as well as with the R2CARRIAGE System that improves efficiency in carriage returns. It also carries over proven SHIMA SEIKI technology such as our reno

Shima Seiki: NSSG122

3rd June 2010 0 comment
The Global Standard for Computerized Flat Knitting Shima Seiki’s NSSG is the new global standard, having inherited the know-how and experience accumulated over the years as the leading manufacturer of computerized flat knitting machines. Productivity is increased with a maximum knitting speed of 1.4 meters per second, as well as with the R2CARRIAGE System that achieves quicker carriage returns. It also carries over proven Shima Seiki technology such as our renowned Digital Stitch Control

Shima Seiki: NSES122CS

3rd June 2010 0 comment
Two original technologies for ideal coarse gauge knitting The "CS" moniker of the NSES122CS stands for "Compound-Sinker" which symbolizes the marriage of two unique Shima Seiki technologies resulting in ideal coarse gauge knitting. Compound needles are used for their short stroke and high stability suited for coarse gauge applications, while our patented spring-type sinker system greatly increases pattern variety and at the same time assures gentle fabric holddown. Other features specificall

Stoll entry level models get optional auxiliary take-down

30th October 2009 0 comment
Stoll’s entry level models in its Compact Class and Multi Gauge Class, now called CMS 502 and CMS 502 multi gauge, have recently been given a considerable upgrade by the German machine builder. Additionally, both models are now available with an auxiliary take-down as an option. Offering 2 knitting systems, 45 inch working width, take-down comb and cutting and clamping on the right hand side, the machines are now also equipped on the right hand side with a

Steiger: Gemini

28th July 2009 0 comment
The innovative machine concept of the Gemini machine Smallest dimensions with great performance in productivity without any compromise. The Steiger proven technology for all type of yarns and best quality stitches. High efficiency, through user friendly programming, fast knitting speed and very low energy consumption. All this resulting in huge cost savings and higher profits. Click image for further information and full technical specification [28.7.09]                    

Steiger: Libra

28th July 2009 0 comment
Great in new dimensions Steiger continues his tradition of innovation with the introduction of the new LIBRA. The LIBRA is a concentration of the latest technology in the most compact dimensions without any compromises in quality, productivity and versatility. The unique Steiger knitting system is very user friendly, offers unlimited flexibility and easy realisation of all your creativity. The new concept of the LIBRA guarantees you higher profits. Click image for further information and fu

Steiger: Aries.3

24th July 2009 0 comment
The dream of all knitters has now become reality! Use your imagination freely; the Steiger technology with their three system can boxes to increase productivity and the 32 yarn carriers (option) to allow even more creativity makes it possible. The technical and proven solutions facilitate the knitting in the 3D method, in intarsia, knitting to shape by stitch transfer or press-off, over linking, intergrated pockets and button holes as well as sequential knitting – all that under optimal p

Shima Seiki: LAPIS warp weft hybrid flat knitting machine

17th April 2009 0 comment
A unique machine for creating unprecedented fine gauge fashion Heralded as a historic breakthrough in knitting technology, Shima Seiki’s original SPL of 1971 was the world’s fi rst machine to offer warp insertion in a fl at (weft) knitting machine. Now, Shima Seiki revolutionizes the industry once again by combining fully modernized warp insertion capability with the latest in weft shaping technology. Introducing the new LAPIS® warp-weft hybrid knitting machine. Only the most advanced

Shima Seiki: SSG Series

13th April 2009 0 comment
The Obvious Choice Ever since our first SNC model was developed in 1978, we at Shima Seiki have been at the forefront of computerized knitting technology. Furthermore with the launch of our award-winning and bestselling SES® series in 1989, Shima Seiki has secured a major portion of the market share worldwide. It therefore comes as no surprise that Shima Seiki is considered the global standard in computerized flat knitting technology. Click image for further details and full technical spec