Jakob Müller AG

Jakob Müller AG
Systems and Solutions
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ITMA 2015 – Machine programme highlights

MÜGRIP MBJ6

The MÜGRIP MBJ6 rapier loom for labels and pictures with cut selvedges
This machine represents the latest generation of the MÜGRIP family and has a working width of 1,200mm. It offers 20% higher output, a 20% reduction in energy consumption and 20% lower production costs per label. Moreover, in spite of its extended working width, the machine’s footprint and height are identical to those of its predecessors. More detailed information is available in our leaflet.

A European premiere The MÜJET MBJL6

The MÜJET MBJL6 air jet loom for labels and pictures with cut selvedges
This air jet loom for labels with cut selvedges has a working width of 1,200mm. The gentle handling of the warp and weft materials during production permits a combination of a maximum machine speed of 950 rpm and optimum efficiency. More detailed information is available in our leaflet

NEW MACHINE VARIATIONS AT ITMA 2015 – NH2 53 6/27 S2 SNO2B

Electronically controlled narrow fabric loom for light to medium-weight elastic and non-elastic narrow fabrics with endless repeat lengths and weft thread changing
As opposed to machines using conventional motors, this electronically controlled narrow fabric loom with linear motors and infinitely adjustable drives provides energy savings of 35%.
At the ITMA, we will be demonstrating the creative use of weft thread changes using the example of a gift ribbon with woven-in cord (“Easy-Bow”).

NHJM2 53 6/42 Z4

The NHJM2 53 6/42 Z4 electronically controlled narrow fabric loom for articles with jacquard patterning and warp effect
This narrow fabric weaving system is used for articles with jacquard patterning and a warp effect. Patterning possibilities are available using up to 384 hooks and extremely low energy consumption (<2 kW).  
At the ITMA, we will be weaving an elastic tape with hidden lettering that appears when the tape is stretched. At the same time, we will be presenting simple pattern changing using MÜCAD Direct Transfer. A demonstration of this technology is not to be missed!  

COMEZ ACOTRONIC 8B/600

The COMEZ ACOTRONIC 8B/600 electronically controlled crochet knitting machine using compound needles

This electronically controlled warp crochet knitting machine with compound needles is employed for the processing of synthetic and natural fibre yarns, as well as special Kevlar, glass and carbon fibres, etc. The versatility of this machine enables the manufacture of a wide range of products. More detailed information is available in our leaflet.

COMEZ TESTRONIC 1600/EL

The COMEZ TESTRONIC 1600/EL electronically controlled crochet knitting machine

This electronically controlled crochet knitting machine is utilised for the production of fabrics for outerwear, accessories such as scarves and shawls, as well as fabrics for technical uses. More detailed information is available in our leaflet.

NEW AT ITMA 2015 – MÜPRINT MDP3 E

The MÜPRINT MDP3 E ink jet direct printing system for elastic and non-elastic tapes
This ink jet direct printing system now has a new, high-precision printing head and an enlarged working width of 2 x 410 mm. The complete technological redesign of the printing head enables the parallel printing of differing patterns.

NEW AT ITMA 2015 – MFR1.5 50/100

The MFR1.5 50/100 high-performance dyeing and finishing machine
This dyeing system is highly flexible and thus ideal for the manufacture of small batches and rapid changes. It offers a blend of excellent versatility and production performance and is designed for single or double tape dyeing. This material passage prevents problems like those caused by the conventional spiral method.

MÜCAD Workstation

The MÜCAD CAD system with additional MÜCAN Server and MÜCAD Direct Transfer software.
Jakob Müller looms can be linked to company networks using the two optional MÜCAN Server and MÜCAD Direct Transfer functions. Designs are transmitted and called-up directly via LAN. In addition, these applications also provide an effective safeguard against design theft.
Using MÜCAD Direct Transfer, orders are transferred directly from the computer to the loom and the data for both the order and the design is also sent simultaneously.