Michael A. Tuschak, in charge of spinitsystems marketing and sales at Mayer & Cie. (MCT), will be talking about the machine and the new spinitsystems technology at MCT’s A06 stand in Hall 3. “Fabric samples, key technical data, existing applications and the wide-ranging experiences of our pilot customers are all part of what I will have with me in Frankfurt,” the Spinit supremo says.
spinitsystems technology, combining spinning, cleaning and knitting, uses roving, a fibre composite, and not the finished yarn. “We start at a point that differs entirely from that of a knitting machine,” Tuschak says. “That is why spinitsystems’ options differ fundamentally from those of circular knitting technology.”
The Spinit 3.0 E has so far processed only cotton, but that is set to change in the foreseeable future, with trials already under way. On demand, Mayer & Cie. will be happy to extend them, no matter how unusual the material may be. The long-established company sees itself as an innovation driver and is always ready to consider and adopt new ideas. The man in charge of spinitsystems sales aims to find out in discussions at Techtextil precisely which those might be. “I am very much looking forward to the thoughts and questions that Techtextil visitors come up with,” Michael A. Tuschak says.