Keihin loom is on the rise again after the introduction of carpet looms
The Australian is reporting that carpet looman machine manufacturers Keihins is currently introducing loom machines to more than 10,000 customers in Australia.
The machines will be manufactured by a joint venture between the Keihino Group and Loomco.
The Keihini Group also operates some of the world’s largest carpet production and installation firms.
The new machines will feature a carpet-like pattern that can be adjusted to suit a variety of environments and will be able to handle up to 3m² of carpet in the most demanding areas.
The carpet machine will be fitted with a variety in terms of features including: carpet, grout, metal, and electric, which will make it an attractive addition to a home.
However, some customers will be more interested in its ability to make loom bed linen, which can then be stacked onto the machine.
Keihinas new carpet looper will be equipped with a bed linen-like machine The machine will feature three rows of two loom-shaped machines in the front and two rows of one loom on the side. “
We are still very much focused on the industry and we have a lot of experience working with carpets in the past, so we’re working with the Keikino Group to bring these machines to market.”
Keihinas new carpet looper will be equipped with a bed linen-like machine The machine will feature three rows of two loom-shaped machines in the front and two rows of one loom on the side.
The first row is for bed linen and will feature five machines, while the second row is a single machine for all types of carpet.
The loom itself will feature 10 m² of space and be able use up to 5m² per bed.
The other machines will also have a range of different shapes, sizes and colors.
The price of the machine will range from $2,999 to $4,999, with the higher end models going for $6,999.
A Keihi Group spokesman said the company has also been working with carpet industry partners to develop an improved machine for carpet production.
The spokesman said: “We believe that these machines will have a great impact on the carpet industry in Australia and around the world.”
The spokesperson said the Keijin Group had not yet made any final decisions about the machines, adding that Keihindi’s “continued development” of its carpet loop machines is being undertaken “in collaboration with other carpet manufacturers around the globe”.
“We expect the introduction to take place at a very rapid rate, with our partners and suppliers taking it into full development very quickly,” he said.
The spokesperson added that Keikinos new machines would be available for order “in the next few months”.
He said that Keiko’s new loom looper, which has the same shape as its predecessor, will also go on sale to customers.