The Technical Embroidery Systems of ZSK Stickmaschinen GmbH enables with the use of new and innovative techniques the laying and fixing of different media on textile and/or flexible carrier material.
The laying with ZSK embroidery machines, meaning the fixing through embroidering is one of the most accurate and efficient production methods.
Media like wires and any kind of fibers, tubes and optical fibers can be layed flexible and will be fixed secure and strongly through embroidery techniques like the ZigZag stitch. Materials with different conditions like Polyamid, Polyester, PPS or Aramid are available as a yarn. For products with special load requirements yarns with a steel core can be used if applicable.
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