Shima Seiki Mfg., Ltd. will exhibit cutting-edge technology at the China International Sewing Machinery and Accessories Show (CISMA 2017) in Shanghai from September 26th to 29th.
On display will be “Shima Cutting Solutions,” a fully integrated cutting system that incorporates the P-CAM182 multi-ply computerized cutting machine, P-SPR2-16 fabric spreading machine and P-LAB16 automated labeling machine. In addition, the company will introduce new, updated PGM software on its 3D design system SDS-ONE APEX3.
Applications of CAD/CAM systems for supporting areas other than fashion such as automotive and industrial textiles will also be shown.
APEX3 is also at the core of the company’s “Total Fashion System”, and is capable of realistic simulation that allows for virtual sampling, minimizing the need for costly, time- and resource-consuming sample-making in a variety of industries such as circular knitting, flat knitting, weaving, pile weaving and printing.
Also featured will be knitwear produced on Shima Seiki’s latest line of computerized knitting machines. The new “i-Plating” option on the SVR SP-type computerized knitting machine, combined with sinker patterns produced with the patented moveable sinker system, as well as inlay patterns using loop pressers, a whole new world of patterning becomes available for truly diverse knit design. Hybrid knit-weave fabrics produced on the SRY-series computerized knitting machine will also be shown.