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  340 yarns are taken up on the beam, which is then installed on the Mayer machine to make the ground. Each yarn is placed in a parallel position, with the same tension and at a constant speed.


  About 15,000m will be taken up individually at one high-speed rotation. Strict quality control is performed while regulating the thread tension with a computer to avoid problems in the next process, which is knitting.


  Our fabric  is knitted using Karl Mayer machines made in Japan. The pile yarn is set on the pile-stand and the beam is set on the knitting machine. Then, the fabric is knitted in such a way that the pile yarn crosses between the base. We can produce the fabrics made of various materials by changing the pile yarn into acrylic, cotton, wool, etc.

   The structure of the base is similar to lace. The Mayer knitting machine was originally developed in Germany as a machine for lace, and it was then independently modified in Japan to create the unique fabric. Moreover , we can freely change the pile height, although woven blankets can only have very short pile.


  We also manufacture towels, which are produced not by a knitting machine. Our towel is not pull out  since a loop pile tied with the base, and keep soft by repeated washing because of the structure of the base Also possible to freely set the length of the loop pile, to some extent.

Center cut

  We cut the knitted fabric in half. The fabric enters from the bottom towards the blade, which is always rotating in a circle. In order to cut up to 1,000 threads at once, we always need a sharp blade. Therefore, the blade grinds on a grindstone continuously while cutting, which keeps it in a sharp state.

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