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Nagel & Hermann introduces automatic & manual garment decoration equipment

25 February 2021: Today, garment decoration vis-à-vis value addition on fashion products involve numerous concepts such as screen printing (both direct onto fabric and heat transfer), digital printing, sublimation, Heat transfer vinyl, embroidery, rhinestone, motif, sequin fixing. Interestingly, often innovators use all these or one or two elements to enhance the fashion items.

So, Austria based Nagel & Hermann OG has introduced numerous automatic and manual garment decoration equipment and services. These include Sequin-Machine, rhinestone fixing the machine, press (manual and automatic) to fit hotfix components onto fabric, Textile refinement, Motif transfer machine, sticker/labels, etc.

A range of products that are now most sought after in the market are Homerun machine to transfer motif onto textile, Libero R to make transfer motif of different size. And their Allover machine is said to be the first machine worldwide which hotfixes components directly onto the fabric, automatically, up to 30000 components per hour. The company has also launched Fixing Press (38 x 38 cm) and Movable press to fit hot fix component onto fabric.

By the way, Nagel & Hermann OG is represented in India by ICC International Agencies Ltd, Mumbai, an innovator in card clothing manufacturing since its inception in 1955. ICC has invested in 2 state-of-the art manufacturing facilities in Pune and Nalagarh in Himachal Pradesh. ICC also represents internationally reputed value addition machines especially for Textile Applications and Mattress Industry.

Nagel & Hermann was founded in 1983 through Hubert Nagel and Walter Hermann. The first steps have been done with the application of Hot Fix stones on embroideries. In 1984 the first machines “Made by N&H“ was launched in the market.

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